Al Sharpton is a professional bigot who has fanned the flames of hatred and have incited killings. At Freddies, a store in Harlem, he manufactured a riot where a crowd torched the store killing the workers inside, and during the Crown Heights Pogrom where he lit flames under the African American community that led to the death of Yankel Rosenbaum.
The “Wrong-Reverend” has made a career of using bigotry to promote Al Sharpton. While a real minister would build bridges across ethnic divides, Sharpton burns them. To be honest he is a master at it. By fanning the flames of hatred it helps him market his number one product, Al Sharpton. (for details on Sharpton’s bigoted history click here IMUS Accuser Al Sharpton is the ULTIMATE Hypocrite
Reverend Al worked his bigoted magic again the other day, when a caller to his radio show suggested that Sarah Palin had something to do with Michael Jackson. Shame on this man:
Yesterday, NewsReal Blog was obliged to revisit Al Sharpton’s history of disturbing, not to mention felonious, activities — none of which has prevented him from becoming and remaining one of the most famous men in American public life.
Most recently, of course, he wasted no time insinuating himself into the coverage surrounding Michael Jackson’s death; as reported here, Sharpton used his eulogy of Jackson to deliver another of his screeds against “racist” white America which was dutifully broadcast, without criticism, by the major television networks to an audience of millions.
This week, however, a remark made on Al Sharpton’s radio show failed to make the news.
Radio Equalizer’s Brian Maloney snagged an audio clip of Sharpton’s July 6 broadcast, which featured this exchange with a surprisingly sane sounding female caller:
FEMALE CALLER (31:50): He (Michael Jackson) is truly the soundtrack of my life. I also have a theory about Sarah Palin as well and I’m going to put it out there on radio, hopefully someone can investigate.
But, I think maybe she did something to Michael Jackson. Maybe there’s a scandal there. Maybe she’s stepping down because something’s about to come out. I don’t know, but I’m gonna just put it out there on your show so we’ll see.
SHARPTON: All right, thank you for your call, Ashley. That’s interesting. I’ll put it out, we’ll see. I don’t know.
As Maloney says, “It’s probably the wackiest Sharpton moment since The Reverend called Somali pirates a “voluntary coast guard”.
Note that Sharpton doesn’t challenge the caller’s deranged theory, but calls it “interesting”.
“Sure, why not?” writes Maloney. “No theory is too bizarre for the king of conspiracies.”
No word on whether or not Keith Olbermann will take Sharpton to task for letting the conspiracy pass; after all, Olbermann wasn’t in a forgiving mood after Glenn Beck “nodded” at one of his guest’s contentious observations.