Al Sharpton: Black Grievance Industry ‘One of The Finest Traditions In This Great Country’

July 31, 2013 11:19 amViews: 2445

Al Sharpton and the black grievance industry

Leave it to Al Sharpton to turn rational thinking on its head and take what Bill O'Reilly said about Sharpton's "black grievance industry" completely out of context. Sharpton is famous for race-baiting, hyperbole, making up stories and is the absolute king of hypocrisy. He inserts himself into situations like the Trayvon Martin, George Zimmerman indecent, completely ignores the actual evidence and stirs up racial hatred and animosity where there wasn't any even while the network that employs him, NBC, brazenly fabricates and manipulates the 911 call to make Zimmerman look like a racist.

If that isn't a "black grievance industry" I don't know what is. Without this industry, that Sharpton created along with Jesse Jackson, no one would even know the name Al Sharpton.

In light of what Bill O'Reilly said on his show about Sharpton running a "black grievance industry," Sharpton responded with an open letter to O'Reilly. In the letter and in the video segment below, Sharpton responded with, "Having a grievance and fighting to change it, that’s not an industry. It's one of the finest traditions in this great country, and it dates back to the earliest days of the United States."

No Mr Sharpton, manipulating people and stirring them up over false evidence and blatant fabrication is not a fine tradition, it is shameful and you are overlord of it.

Watch the video below of Sharpton's delusions and would someone tell this guy to quit talking so loud and screaming at everybody?

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