Al Sharpton Asks for Cash at an Anti-Violence Rally, Pastor’s Response Is Legendary
The ever controversial Al Sharpton attended an anti-violence rally in Hartford, Connecticut, where shootings and stabbings have left five people dead in recent weeks.
Prior to Sharpton’s speech, several speakers pressured those in attendance to donate to the MSNBC host’s National Action Network.
A lone pastor in the crowd stood up against Sharpton’s profiteering off the backs of the dead, calling him a “pimp.”
Pastor Marcus Mosiah Jarvis told the race-baiting Sharpton, “Don’t you come up in here asking us for money.”
Jarvis appeared with Greta Van Susteren yesterday to explain his comments, saying he didn’t understand why Sharpton would come to an impoverished community and ask for money.
“We could do better as far as representation of the African-American community,” he said.
Jarvis added, “We do have some charlatans and some pimps in the pulpit.”
Watch the pastor take on Sharpton …
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