Skip to comments.Eric Garnerís family and Rev. Al Sharpton lead tribute for 2 slain NYPD cops
Posted on 12/26/2014 8:30:38 AM PST by PROCON
The family of Garner, along with Sharpton, led a moment of silence at the National Action Network in Harlem on Christmas for Officers Wenjian Liu and Rafael Ramos. The tribute occurred during an event to feed the homeless and senior citizen.
The family of Eric Garner joined the Rev. Al Sharpton for a Christmas Day moment of silence honoring two cops murdered by a deranged killer out to avenge the Staten Island mans death.
Garners mother, Gwenn Carr, and his widow, Esaw Garner, paused for the moment of silence at the National Action Network headquarters in Harlem, where they were helping to feed the homeless and senior citizens.
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Get ready for more riots.
The Garners have extremely poor judgement to let this crook use them this way.
Oh how sweet....al able to give up all that time to do this. How much time did he give up? a moment.
How many police of ANY color attended?
My guess is ZERO.
Was he washing his hands witch bleach during his moment of ass covering?
Awesome. I guess it’s all good now, and he can go back to encouraging people who want to kill cops.
Isn’t that special— the arsonist comes back and pours cooling water over the smoldering ashes. Nice try Al.
Very taqqiyaish. Sadly, too many black minds will be yet again herded to believe these deceptions are reality. Right before our collective eyes, the media first reveals Sharptoon calling for the murder of Police then pretending to honor the death of those murdered because of his leadership. But We The People will continue to trust this same enemy, the media, as they refine the lies and divert from truth.
In related news, O.J. Simpson led a moment of silence for Nicole Simpson and Ronald Goldman.
No business being there. None.
I needs protections
No doubt that Sharpton will have a VICTORY PARTY after the (politically required) somber funeral. Hopefully we can get a camera in there.
al might avoid some of this embarrassment if he would simply RETIRE!!
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