Skip to comments.Call the victim of a violent crime a whore and MSNBC gives you your own show
Posted on 03/16/2012 2:30:21 PM PDT by Starman417
Speaking of apologies....
From Larry Elder
"Meet the Press" host David Gregory asked his panel "where civility has gone in our public discourse." Incredibly, one panelist urged people to be more "mature" and not "poison the atmosphere."
I say "incredibly" because this panelist was none other than the race-hustling, anti-Semitic "civil rights activist" and MSNBC talk show host, Al Sharpton. For some reason, Sharpton's own struggles with civility never came up. Nor did any panelist behave so rudely as to bring up Sharpton's role in one of the most hideous, disgusting and cynical uses of the race card this side of the O.J. Simpson case. And Sharpton, unlike Rush Limbaugh, refuses to apologize.
While this raises little or no concern to MSNBC or its advertisers, Sharpton became famous by falsely accusing a white man of raping a black teenage girl. Tawana Brawley, then 15, told authorities that white racists abducted, raped and sodomized her scrawling the initials "KKK" on her in human feces.
A grand jury later found the entire incident a complete hoax. This did not stop the Rev. Al Sharpton, who had accused Steven Pagones, then an assistant district attorney in Duchess County, N.Y., of the crime. After Sharpton's accusation, Pagones received death threats, and his young daughter was later threatened.
"We stated openly that Steven Pagones did it," said Sharpton. "If we're lying, sue us, so we can go into court with you and prove you did it. Sue us sue us right now."
Pagones did sue.
A jury unanimously concluded that Sharpton defamed Pagones, ordering Sharpton to pay him $65,000. The Reverend promptly and publicly said he did not intend to pay. Later, when Sharpton decided to run for president, the outstanding defamation debt became a political problem. So Sharpton's one-percenter buddies passed the hat and paid off his debt, which by then totaled $87,000 with interest and penalties.
Civility, Rev. Al? In 1989, a young white woman, dubbed the "Central Park jogger," was monstrously raped and nearly beaten to death. Sharpton insisted despite the defendants' confessions that her black attacker-suspects were innocent, modern-day Scottsboro Boys trapped in "a fit of racial hysteria." Sharpton charged that the jogger's boyfriend did it and organized protests outside the courthouse, chanting, "The boyfriend did it!" and denouncing the victim as a "whore!"
Then Sharpton unleashed this beauty
Sharpton appealed for a psychiatrist to examine the victim, generously saying: "It doesn't even have to be a black psychiatrist. ... We're not endorsing the damage to the girl if there was this damage."
No apology to this day.
(Excerpt) Read more at floppingaces.net...
Sharpton will not apologize because he is psychopath and cannot do anything that does not benfit him. He has no understanding of adult responsibility and cannot feel empathy. He is an empty, malignant shell outwardly resembling (distantly) a human being but he is not to be confused with a feeling, thinking member of the human race. He is a reptile.
Don’t forget the seven burned to death at Freddy’s Fashion Mart after Rev. Al called for the Jewish shopkeeper, whom he famously branded a “white interloper”, to be killed.
Little Known Fun Fact: Rev. Al’s accountant had an office upstairs from Freddy’s Fashion Mart. All of Rev. Al’s financial records, then under subpoena by the IRS, were destroyed in the fire. What are the chances?
Didn't know that, but you'll excuse me if I don't act surprised. And have Rev. Al and Mr. Hymie-town himself ever paid off the money they owed from the lawsuit they lost over the Brawley case???
You had to put that picture from People magazine on here, didn't you? I used to have nightmares seeing those two ugly pusses plastered all over the New York news (TV and print) spouting their hatred for all things white while painting this skank as a poor underprivileged child of the tough streets of Westchester.
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