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Al Sharpton Calls Elements of Tea Party Racist; O’Reilly Puts Him Back in His Place (where He Belongs)

March 30, 2010
Marc Schenker
3/30/2010

Looks like Al Sharpton still hasn’t learned his lesson from the demeaning Tawana Brawley incident from more than 20 years ago. On the O’Reilly Factor, Sharpton opened his big, fat, bigoted mouth (again) and accused elements of the Tea Party of being racist. His accusations centered around a debate based on unverifiable rumors that some members of the Tea Party are racists, mainly based on doubtful footage of a white protester heckling black congressman Emanuel Cleaver as he walked into Congress last week, and also unsubstantiated allegations by black congressman John Lewis that he was called the ever-omnipotent N-word. However, O’Reilly—to his credit—talked some sense directly to the face of the wild-accusations-making reverend as he reminded Sharpton that no legitimate proof actually exists that anti-Obamacare protesters ever once uttered a racist word, as in the N-word.

The story continues …..

2 Comments leave one →
  1. March 30, 2010 7:44 pm

    The truth behind the Tea Party racism, Sarah Palin, anti-government violence and GOP accountability from a Christian perspective:

    http://democratdeal.blogspot.com/2010/03/carnage-along-path-rise-and-fall-of-tea.html

  2. Wade Whittaker permalink
    March 30, 2010 1:17 pm

    Al Sharpton among others like him,needs to keep hate alive and well in order for them to continue to make money that allows them the joy of the life styles they have made on selling hate.

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