Al Sharpton Speech To Blacks ‘Kill The Pigs!”… He Did Not Know The Camera Was On (Video)

Al Sharpton Speech To Blacks ‘Kill The Pigs!”… He Did Not Know The Camera Was On (Video)

A video of “Reverend” Al Sharpton has surfaced where he tells a congregation of African-Americans that he does not believe in protesting, he believes in ‘Negros taking action.’

“I don’t believe in marching! I believe in offing the pigs! Well, they got pigs out here! You ain’t offed one of them,” Al Sharpton stated in 1992 at King College, New Jersey. “What I believe in I do. You do what you believe in, or shut up and admit you’ve lost your guts.”

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During the 2016 election, both Clinton and Sanders met with Sharpton for advice on gaining votes in the black communities yet, neither one of them have condemned his race-baiting actions of calling for attacks on our police officers.

Mainstream media couldn’t care less about this video but goes to extremes to portray President Donald Trump as a racist.

Millions of liberal women are protesting because of something that President Trump said a decade ago in a private conversation that many dub as locker room talk but nothing is said about Sharpton calling for blacks to kill cops.

President Trump has done noting in public or private to indicate that he is racist, on the contrary, many of his high level executives are black.

President Trump will heal the division that people like “Reverend” Shapton have worked so hard to create between blacks and whites.

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