Purported reverend and MSNBC host Al Sharpton has announced he will visit violence-plagued Baltimore and embark on a two-day march to Washington in an effort to exploit the Freddie Gray situation.
In response, Bishop E.W. Jackson has a little advice for Sharpton when he arrives in Baltimore – March right back up to New York where you came from.
Via Fox News Insider:
“He needs to march right back to New York and go back to MSNBC, whatever place he chooses to espouse his demagoguery,” Jackson said on “Fox and Friends.”
Jackson said that it’s ironic that the protests in Baltimore are happening in a city with a black mayor while we have a black president and a black U.S. attorney general. He noted that President Barack Obama reportedly told the governor of Maryland to exercise restraint in dealing with the protests.
“What about restraint against attacking police officers?” Jackson asked.
The reverend urged Baltimore residents to stand up against the likes of Sharpton and his race agitators.
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“The good people in Baltimore need to stand up and tell these folks you don’t represent us, Al Sharpton, you don’t represent us,” he said. “We will solve our own problems working together with our elected leadership.”
Watch Jackson unleash on Sharpton below …
Jackson has previously ripped Shaprton’s efforts at exploiting tragedy and wrapping that exploitation in a cloak of ‘civil rights.’
During the Ferguson riots, Jackson stated “Michael Brown is not Emmett Till, Officer Darren Wilson is not a member of the KKK, and Al Sharpton is definitely not Martin Luther King Jr.”
Do you agree with Bishop E. W. Jackson on his assessment of Sharpton?
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