Add the Rev. Al Sharpton to the list of people to hear from the nation’s next president.
Guest post by Joe Hoft As reported at newsbusters.org, former New York Times columnist Bob Herbert was on the Al... The post NY Times Columnist Shares Myth of Reagan Being Racist on MSNBC Al Sharpton Show appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.
Democratic U.S. presidential candidate Bernie Sanders met with the Rev. Al Sharpton at Sylvia’s Restaurant in Harlem. Photo by Brendan McDermid/Reuters Editor’s Note: This Thanksgiving week, what better way to celebrate than with a chronicle...Show More Summary
Oh, the poor baby. I’m sure Al Sharpton will be more than willing to take this race pimp under his wing and teach him the tricks of monetizing division. On
Ten years ago, police opened fire on three unarmed men in Queens, killing 23-year-old Sean Bell hours before his wedding.
Those who have problems with Bannon advising Trump had no problem with race-baiter Al Sharpton serving as adviser to President Obama on race relations.
He may sound better educated and his words may carry the sheen of the academic lounge at an elite university. But, Vance Jones is nothing but a better packaged two
After winning the 2016 presidential election, Donald Trump could be in for the fight of his life. At least, that’s what civil rights leader Rev. Al Sharpton is planning on. The 62-year-old White House advisor is certain that President-Elect Donald Trump will be unable to deliver on at least half of his promises. Show More Summary
Al Sharpton is anything but conciliatory... he vows to go after Donald Trump with a vengeance. We got the civil rights leader at NBC Studios in NYC and he said he's determined to block Trump's initiative... the wall, the bans, etc. It sounds…
Al Sharpton was on had a whole lot to say this morning, of course none of it making any sense whatsoever. According to the man, racism an social media are
"The truth of the matter is, if you actually want to vote, then you can vote," said President Barack Obama during an MSNBC interview with the Rev. Al Sharpton on Friday. The post Incidents of Voter Suppression Reported Across the Nation appeared first on Rewire.
CNBC SHOULD SEND JOHN HARWOOD PACKING. But why would they? CNBC is owned by the conglomerate that keeps Al Sharpton, Chris Matthews, Chuck Todd, and Andrea Mitchell on its payroll – presumably they’re thrilled when their Democrat activists with bylines act like precisely like Democrat activists with bylines. UPDATE: Shot: Andrea Mitchell Loses It Over […]
President Barack Obama railed against Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump’s racist, sexist, xenophobic rhetoric in an interview with Al Sharpton that aired Friday on MSNBC. Obama told Sharpton he was alarmed that Trump doesn’t “immediately disown” racist groups who have backed his candidacy, like the KKK. Show More Summary
Al Sharpton asked President Obama in an interview on MSNBC tonight whether he has concerns about the leaks from the FBI that, as Sharpton put it, seem designed to hurt Hillary Clinton.
Essential Politics: Presidential write-in options announced for California, politics podcast digs deep on the Trump effect Oct. 31, 2016, 1:57 p.m. This is Essential Politics, our daily feed on California politics and government news. Here's what we're watching: California voters can write in presidential...
“He is like a recurring nightmare. It’s like one of those Damien movies – it’s like every time you think he’s dead, he keeps coming again.” — Rev. Al Sharpton, quoted by the New York Times, on disgraced former Rep. [...]
Tax dodger and riot starter Al Sharpton had a bone to pick with GOP nominee Donald Trump, on his MSNBC Sunday show Politics Nation, for playing coy with accepting the outcome of the election. Sharpton brought on Trump’s Senior Campaign...Show More Summary
The Reverend Al Sharpton is famous. What he should be is notorious. He has many, many life lowlights. The one that pertains to our conversation here is the 2014 New York Times report that he was at that time $4.5 million short on his federal and New York state taxes. Show More Summary
The Rev. Al Sharpton on Wednesday called on the Department of Justice to investigate the fatal shooting of an unarmed black man last month by an El Cajon police officer, a shooting he called “egregious at best.” Flanked by members of Alfred Olango’s family at a news conference in South Los Angeles,...