Senator Guillory Has Some Strong Words For Al Sharpton

Louisiana State Senator Elbert Guillory had some sharp words for anti police protestors like the ones who interrupted a World War II veteran’s medal ceremony.



Guillory called those like Al Sharpton “professional race baiters” and that they are throwing “gasoline on fire.”

The “approach that is being used does not suit America, it does not suit the black community, it does not suit the police officers–most of whom are working very hard to do a good job under very difficult circumstances.”

Guillory ended the interview with a chuckle stating that he has never been invited to meet with Al Sharpton.

If you were invited to meet with Al Sharpton, what would you say?





Erin P

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