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Rev. Al Sharpton talks to the TJMS about his meeting with Baltimore Mayor, Stephanie Rawlings-Blake yesterday and the fight to continue fighting for justice in light of the death of Freddie Gray.

“We cannot lose the focus that this is about how a young man was entered into police custody and his spine was severed. This is a national crisis that deserves a national response.

Click the link above to hear the entire interview.


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12 thoughts on “Rev. Al Sharpton: ‘We Fought To Put Loretta Lynch There, Now We’re Fighting For Justice’

  1. Don’t think Loretta Lynch is the coddling type…that’s why Sharpton wrote this piece..he is trying to find a way to shake her down, and it’s not going to work…she knows that many of the problems in the black community stem from kids dropping out of high school, girls born in poverty, give birth in poverty, those children are raised in poverty and many wind up dying in poverty, however before they do, wind up in and out of prison, or join gangs, or sell drugs or take drugs…Loretta Lynch can’t do nothin about that mess, this behavior is cultural…she may be able to change the wrong doing on the part of the police, however that won’t change any of the attitudes in the black community regarding being responsible for self, gangs such as the bloods, crips, drug dealing, babies having babies…nope..she can’t do nothin about that mess…however this cultural dysfunction is great for far as Al Sharpton is concerned…

  2. @Troy,

    Speak on it!!! Sharpton probably begins his morning checking his parachute….he has to make sure it opens and he successfully lands on that ambulance he’s chasing just right! He will never preach abstinence, self control, finishing high school or going to college…after all, he wouldn’t make any money if black men turned out like Dr.Neil Degrasse Tyson!!!! He would be bankrupt!

  3. The mobs who have occupied our streets are not protesting injustice. They are a lynch mob demanding their due. They want officers of the law handcuffed and hung, and criminals (aka “political prisoners”) set free. They want honest juries disbanded, and racist judgments the rule.

    Understand that our president and his chief civil rights officer, who are encouraging the “protests,” are racists, as is the Democratic Party which exerts monopoly control over every major inner city in America. Why else would Obama and Holder look to Al Sharpton, who is certainly the nation’s most prominent racist, as their chief adviser on race relations?

    Al Sharpton is author of the fundamental transformation of the civil rights movement into a racial lynch mob, which took place decades ago. It probably began with the teenager Tawana Brawley, who accused white cops of raping her because she was afraid of being beaten by her mother when she failed to come home. Sharpton led the charge, whose self-appointed posses ruined these officers careers and lives. The progressive phrase of the day was: “Even if Tawana Brawley was lying, she was telling the truth.” (Because white men regularly raped black women – a bigger lie than Brawley’s own tall tale.)

    Sharpton has made his career as a slanderer of whites in too many cases to list. Think only of the innocent Duke Lacrosse players whose careers and reputations he and his minions destroyed for a year while defending their criminal accuser who was black. Think of Paula Deen, who voted for Obama and gave millions of her self-made fortune to poor black children, but was falsely and successfully framed as a racist by Sharpton and Co., until her multi-million dollar empire lay in ruins. Nor are apologies ever necessary for black lynchers like Sharpton.

  4. Mac Ben on said:

    Sharpton and no other so-called ‘black leader’ had anything to do with Loretta Lynch being confirmed! This was pure politics. Stop trusting in this charlatan!!! Notice he is prospering while much of you still aint sh!t.

  5. “There is a class of colored people who make a business of keeping the troubles, the wrongs, and the hardships of the Negro race before the public. Some of these people do not want the Negro to lose his grievances, because they do not want to lose their jobs. There is a certain class of race-problem solvers who don’t want the patient to get well.” – Booker T. Washington.

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