The Rev. Al Sharpton warned Assemblyman Keith Wright to avoid a drawn out recount battle in the race to succeed Rep. Charlie Rangel.
Eddie Scarry at the Washington Examiner reports MSNBC weekend host Rev. Al Sharpton made some rude jokes about Fox News at a Kennedy Center “roast” for James Carville. "It's better than Fox," Sharpton said of his MSNBC gig. "Because over there, they'd make me drink from a separate water fountain."
Hillary Clinton waves to the crowd while walking in the New York City Pride March on Sunday (June 26) in New York City. Also in attendance were New York Governor Andrew Cuomo, Reverand Al Sharpton and New York mayor Bill de Blasio. PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Hillary Clinton “A year ago today, [...]
DEMOCRATS: THE ‘IT’S DIFFERENT WHEN WE DO IT’ PARTY: These Corporations Dumped Trump at the RNC– but Support Al Sharpton. (Classical reference in headline.)
NEW YORK (AP) — The dress code was purple, and the only requirement was to party. Hundreds of people obliged Saturday as Spike Lee threw a huge outdoor party for Prince ahead of the late legend’s 58th birthday. Al Sharpton, Rosie Perez, former Prince associates and others joined the crowd in paying tribute to the […]
Al Sharpton doubled down on his call for a probe into the death of a teen who died in a chase with a group of white and Hispanic teens.
Yesterday, police refuted reports that 16-year-old Dayshen McKenzie's death was a racially-motivated hate crime, insisting that in fact it was gang-related, and McKenzie died due to a preexisting health condition. Speaking from the pulpit...Show More Summary
Civil rights group National Action Network founder Al Sharpton calls on the federal government to investigate the death of 16-year-old African American Dayshen McKenzie, who died of an asthma attack after allegedly fleeing a group of mostly white men yelling racist remarks at him as hate crime.
The Rev. Al Sharpton called on the feds to look into the death of a black Staten Island teen who collapsed from an asthma attack.
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Joy-Ann Reid, host of the new weekend morning program AM Joy, has yet to pay off a $4,948.15 tax warrant that drew a great deal of attention during 2015. The same is true for fellow MSNBC host Rev. Al Sharpton, who owes nearly $600,000...Show More Summary
A petition aimed at President Obama, Al Sharpton, and Loretta Lynch is gaining ground and has now garnered more than 100 signatures, but not everybody is happy about it. As Inquisitr reported last week, a very small amount of people signed a petition demanding that Justin Timberlake be held criminally responsible for his “cultural theft”... Show More Summary
In a great catch by Washington Examiner’s Eddie Scarry, MSNBC aired Thursday afternoon an hysterical promo for far-left activist Al Sharpton’s PoliticsNation show that’s been relegated to Sunday mornings after low ratings at the previous weekday slot at 6:00 p.m. Show More Summary
HEY REMEMBER HIM? Low-rated cable TV host Al Sharpton Challenges Trump to Publicly Identify ‘Blacks and Browns’ at His Companies, “So that he can have the basis of saying he will win the black vote,” Rev. Al explains to PJM, in a classic Sharpton non-sequitur. Earlier: Lawsuit accuses Comcast, Al Sharpton of discriminating against black-owned […]
One of the issues that has dogged independent Vermont Senator and Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders has been his persistently low support among black voters, which the campaign has explained as a function of factors including...Show More Summary
Justin Timberlake may be riding high, but there are a small number of people (so far) who are petitioning President Obama, Al Sharpton, and Loretta Lynch to hold Timberlake responsible for the cultural theft of the African-American community. Show More Summary
Al Sharpton is a constant figure in the news. As reported by the Inquisitr, folks worried whether Sharpton was too skinny when the 5-feet, 10-inch Al revealed that he weighed only 129 pounds. Having lost 176 pounds, Rev. Al revealed his diet to folks back in 2014, with Sharpton discussing eating whole-wheat toast, salads, and... Show More Summary
The poor man's Al Sharpton is at it again. The post “Reverend” William Barber Leads “Moral Monday” Protest Against Bathroom Bill appeared first on RedState.
Larry Wilmore has no regrets when it comes to using the n-word during this month's National Correspondents' Dinner. In an interview with Al Sharpton, the comedian said it was fitting for President's Obama last year in office.
Presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has been garnering some extremely grudging support of late, including that of former Republican...