Felons In The Peoples’ House ?

With THIS Regime, it happens with amazing frequency. This story covers only ONE of them, but I believe HE is the WORST.

Read the article, and decide for yourselves. Story from Jim Myers at Newsmax.com


16 Facts About Al Sharpton the Media Won’t Tell You

Tuesday, 09 Dec 2014 12:40 PM

By Jim Meyers

Talk about a one-trick pony. WHEN will the average black learn THIS charlatan could give a shit less about them?

The Rev. Al Sharpton has been praised as a civil rights icon by prominent figures in politics, and “60 Minutes” reported that he has become President Barack Obama’s “go-to black leader.”

Sharpton has been frequently in the media for leading protests against grand jury decisions exonerating white policemen in the deaths of unarmed African-Americans in Ferguson, Missouri, and Staten Island, New York.

But many in the mainstream media have sought to downplay the negatives surrounding the firebrand minister, who has been accused of being a rabble-rouser out for personal gain, including:

1. When Sharpton sought involvement in the funeral of Akai Gurley, an African-American shot dead in November by a rookie police officer in the darkened stairwell of a housing project in Brooklyn, New York, Gurley’s family told him to stay away.

Sharpton held a news conference condemning the cop and promised to deliver a eulogy at the wake. But Gurley’s aunt, who was speaking for his mother, told TMZ: “Al Sharpton came in, put his name on the situation, but has not even made one single call to the parents of Akai,” adding that all Sharpton sees “is money and political gain and he is turning the tragedy into a circus.”

2. Sharpton has more than $4.5 million in current state and federal tax liens against him and his businesses. His National Action Network has repeatedly failed to pay travel agencies, hotels and landlords, records show.

3. Sharpton has allegedly sought to keep his nonprofit afloat with money that was supposed to go to payroll taxes, although he contends that the payroll tax shortfall was not intentional.

4. The reverend accused an upstate New York prosecutor, Steven Pagones, of being part of a group of white men who raped teenager Tawana Brawley in 1987. A grand jury found “overwhelming evidence” that the rape allegation had been fabricated. Pagones sued Sharpton for defamation and won a judgment of $65,000. Sharpton reportedly paid the judgment with money raised by his supporters.

5. Sharpton has frequently sparked controversy with his strident language. During a rally in Brooklyn, he called white people “crackers.”

6. After a car in a Hasidic rabbi’s motorcade killed a 7-year-old black boy in Brooklyn in 1991, Sharpton referred to the Hasidic Jews as “diamond merchants” and said “if the Jews want to get it on, tell them to pin their yarmulkes back and come over to my house.” Shortly afterward, an innocent Hasidic Jewish student visiting the area from Australia was set upon by a mob and stabbed to death.

7. In 1995, an African-American Pentecostal church in Harlem, New York, asked a Jewish tenant of one of its properties, Freddie’s Fashion Mart, to evict a black-run record store that was subletting part of the property. Sharpton showed up outside Freddie’s vowing to a crowd: “We will not stand by and allow them to move this brother so that some white interloper can expand his business.”

Two weeks before Christmas that year, Freddie’s was attacked by a man in the crowd who shot several customers and then set fire to the building with a flammable liquid, killing seven employees. Sharpton subsequently apologized for his “white interloper” remark, but vehemently denied responsibility for the violence.

8. Speaking at a college in 1994, Sharpton referred to gay men as “homos.”

9. When Mitt Romney, a Mormon, was running for president in 2007, Sharpton said: “As for the Mormon running for office, those who really believe in God will defeat him anyway.”

10. In 1990, Sharpton was acquitted of felony charges that he stole $250,000 from his youth group.

11. In 1993, he pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor for failing to file a state income tax return.

12. State law bars nonprofits from making loans to officers, but Sharpton admitted that his National Action Network had once loaned him money to cover his daughters’ tuition.

13. Sharpton was jailed for 90 days in 2001 on trespassing charges stemming from his protest against U.S. military target practice exercises in Puerto Rico.

14. Sharpton worked as a government informant. In 2002, HBO aired a 19-year-old FBI videotape of an undercover sting operation showing Sharpton with an FBI agent posing as a Latin American businessman and a reputed Columbo crime family captain.

Sharpton said in 1988 that he informed for the government in order to stem the flow of crack cocaine into black neighborhoods, although The Smoking Gun alleged that he was paid to be an informant.

15. In December 2005, Sharpton agreed to repay $100,000 in public funds he received for his 2004 presidential campaign, because he had exceeded federal limits on personal expenditures for his campaign.

16. In 2005, Sharpton appeared in three TV commercials for LoanMax, an automobile title loan firm that reportedly charged fees that were the equivalent of 300 percent APR loans.


And there you have it, dear readers. Obama mostly refuses to meet in the White Mosque with ELECTED LEADERS, such as they are, BUT will with unindicted felons such as Sharpton. In the Peoples’ House no less. Time to RE-POSSESS it.

Ahhhhh……. America. Vaht a cuunnntry. When a VILE racist shakedown artist is allowed within a THOUSAND FEET of the POTUS.


CLYDE. STILL wondering how SO MANY could be duped by SO LITTLE.


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12 Responses to Felons In The Peoples’ House ?

  1. Kathy says:

    Sixteen reasons he and O are best friends. Those are all qualities O admires. When all is said and done, I wonder if he’ll realize he was just a tool.

  2. Holyrope says:

    When people like these obtain the power they have it only goes to show where this country is going. ‘Charlatans’ for Sure!

    • clyde says:

      First off, Holyrope, thank you for coming by, and welcome to H&F. I could not agree with you more on the direction, too bad it is the WRONG direction. Thanks again, and don’t be a stranger, OK ?

  3. captbogus2 says:

    What’s wrong with #8?
    That is a pretty tame term…

    • clyde says:

      That’s about the ONLY thing he’s said that has truth in it, Buck. Unfortunately, the gay left will NOT criticize him for it. You or I would be facing a firing squad.

  4. Grouchy says:

    The family of Akai Gurley had him pegged, right off. It is sad, that there’s not more thinking people out there, realizing the games being played with their minds and emotions~!
    But sadly, all many can see is “color”.
    Blood runs red in all colors of skin.

  5. Garnet92 says:

    I have to admit that while six years ago I would have said that I wasn’t racist, I find myself becoming more and more racist by the day. Practically everything that Oscrewyou does is race-centric in favor of blacks. What happened to the president being president of ALL American citizens? He’s not. He and his cronies (who are also racists) spit in the face of the country’s laws and Constitution and actively do everything they can to diminish the white majority. He and those he consorts with (like Al Sharpton) are openly black racists – and we’re supposed to continue to bend over backwards to accommodate their every wish? I’m pissed and I’m fed up, and I’m more racist today than when this worthless excuse for a man took office. And it’s HIS fault.

    • clyde says:

      Good comments, Garnet. We have said here damn near since the BECS took over he has set race relations back more than 50 years. So much for “hope and change”, eh ?