Sharpton sets the record straight

“White folks was in the caves while we (blacks) was building empires. … We built pyramids before Donald Trump ever knew what architecture was. … We taught philosophy and astrology and mathematics before Socrates and them Greek homos ever got around to it.”
— Reverend Al Sharpton


  1. In America, Al Sharpton is not wrong, according to political correctness. When our own leaders who are supposed to be the embodiment of the Republican party say things like Dan Crenshaw, Texas Republican Congressman:

    “As a country we ‘all’ agree that Nazis are bad. We actually invaded an entire continent to defeat the Nazis. It’s ‘normal’ to say #PunchANazi because there’s this ‘common’ thread in this country that they’re bad and that they are evil and that they should be destroyed. So when you are operating under that premise and frankly, it’s a good premise to operate on…”

    That means we citizens of the United States are demanding the chains of our own enslavement. People like Al Sharpton and Joacine Katar-Moreira are rewriting European history at the backing of European governments. But don’t mind me, all go back to reeing into the void where the rest of apathy resides.

  2. Sharpton is such a buffoon. It is truly hard to believe that we live in a country where anything at all the “Reverend” Al Sharpton says is given any credibility whatsoever. More than mind-boggling, it’s repulsive. Sharing quotes like this over the years with friends has always resulted in hearty laughter. The tongue-in-cheek aspect of it here may not be so evident.

    I am not sure I follow exactly your train of thought, but I am glad that you mentioned Dan Crenshaw of Texas. By the second or third time I saw him interviewed I already had a growing mistrust of him. I liked it when he came out and said that he wasn’t going to be petty about being [unfairly] criticized by his opponent. I thought that set a good tone. But it didn’t take long to figure out that in the end he is much more about big powerful self-righteous government, and not so much about freedom at all.

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