Skip to comments.Al Sharpton gives himself 71% raise thanks to de Blasio, Obama
Posted on 11/22/2015 10:58:23 AM PST by PROCON
It pays to have friends in high places.
Al Sharpton gave himself a 71 percent raise last year after his National Action Network group drew a record $6.9 million in donations â as the controversial clericâs association with Mayor de Blasio and President Obama lent him a newfound air of legitimacy.
De Blasioâs election gave Sharpton a seat at City Hall, as the mayor treated him as an adviser and presented him at a press event next to Police Commissioner Bill Bratton after the death of Eric Garner.
Also in 2014, Obama addressed NANâs annual convention, bringing along five of his Cabinet members.
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So based on record money coming in has Sharpton started paying his tax debt???
HA...HA...HA....Silly boy....LOL, that was a good one...
Contributing to society is for suckers.
mafia dealings, drug dealing, killing koreans, destroying greek and italian men and their family over that SO OBVIOUS tawana brawly hoax(that piece of @#$@# is a nurse now!!)
The list doesn’t end.
It’s terrible that one of my paesani stabbed him. Good thing he JUST missed his heart or we’d be without a great man.
That would be awful.
Giulini didn’t talk to him ONCE, unlike rand paul, and Carson thinks they have the same goals.
I know Giuliani wasn’t palatable because of several big issues, but he would have won and the country would be very different.
City safe, no strip clubs within a certain distance of family neighborhoods, held us together during 9/11. Went to EVERY fireman’s funeral, even with prostate cancer. oh well.
Grab that cash with both hands and make a stash.
Now he can pay his taxes. Right Lynch? Right Obama?
How much went to pay off his Tawana Brawly Hoax “debt?”
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