White Liberal Lectures AL SHARPTON for Not Calling Trump Racist...
I mean, we are in no way fans of the "Reverend" Al Sharpton. And MSNBC is still MSNBC (see MSNBC Trashed Steve Scalise While He Was in Critical Condition and MSNBC’s Malcolm Nance Calls for ISIS to Bomb Trump Hotel). But, what the hell planet are we living on where Al Sharpton gets lectured by a white guy for not calling someone racist? That person of course being Donald Trump.
DONNY DOUCHE: Reverend, but you’re even dancing around it. We’ve done this for years, where “he plays to it” versus saying he is. Don’t you need to now come out. Enough is enough. He plays to it. He’s a racist. Can you say he is a racist? Can you say he is a racist?
AL SHARPTON: Wait a minute. I’ve been fighting this all my life. Don’t tell me. I’ve been fighting this a long time. They want us to make it just—then we’re going to debate on Donald Trump. Is he a racist? He is a proponent of racism. He has been one to sell that. I’m not trying to be his psychiatrist.
DOUCHE: You can’t say the president is a racist? You can’t say that?
THE REV: I think you trivialize it, because you make it Donny or Al against Donald.
Well, I never in a million years thought I would see this. You know things have gotten bad for Democrats when even Al Sharpton thinks they've overplayed the race card. For years, the left has been eager to tag everything a conservative says as racist. But, their accusations have been so frequent and without cause, it's getting harder for them to successfully sell it. Even to other leftists.
There are plenty of things to dislike about the Donald. Racism is not one of them. The Trump has condemned racism on more than one occasion. You can't really say the same for leftists and their precious anti-white Black Lives Matter radicals.
Racism is a real thing that still happens. This past weekend was plenty proof of that. But, leftists like to claim everything they don't like is an act of bigotry. Which is just plain kooky. A bit of advice for Mr. virtue-signaling dunce. If the guy who pioneered the race card thinks a claim is bogus, take his word for it.