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Just Look At What The “Rev.” Al has Done in The Past

April 13, 2012

Kissing up to the Rev. Al

By Bernard Goldberg

http://www.JewishWorldReview.com | Politicians say all sorts of things to ingratiate themselves with one interest group or another. Most of the time we shrug and forget about it. Pandering is part of the job description, we correctly figure. But when the panderer is also the attorney general of the United States, we should pay attention. Especially when he’s kissing up to Al Sharpton.

The other day Eric Holder spoke at the opening of Sharpton’s National Action Network annual convention in Washington. And Mr. Holder used the occasion to heap praise on the Rev. Sharpton. Holder thanked him “for your partnership, your friendship, and your tireless efforts to speak out for the voiceless, to stand up for the powerless, and to shine a light on the problems we must solve, and the promises we must fulfill.”

This kind of nonsense gives cynicism a bad name. Whatever good Sharpton may do from time to time, he has done more than almost anyone else to stir up racial tensions in this country. Let’s review just a few of the Rev. Sharpton’s lowlights. As my friend Harry Stein writes in his new book No Matter What They’ll Call This Book Racist, (Buy it at a 32% discount by clicking here)

“As far back as 1987, Sharpton was covering himself with disgrace as one of the chief perpetrators of the notorious Tawana Brawley hoax, wherein a 15-year old upstate New York girl falsely claimed to have been abducted and raped by six white men. Acting as one of her three advisors, Sharpton inflamed passions by naming an assistant district attorney as one of the supposed attackers, and claiming authorities were protecting him and the others because they were white.”

 

It was all a lie, as we have long known, but to this day, Sharpton has never apologized, adamantly refusing whenever the subject has come up. In fact, when Tim Russert on Meet the Press asked Sharpton, “No apology for Tawana Brawley?” Shartpon replied: “No apology for standing up for civil rights.”

Read the rest at Jewish World Review: http://www.jewishworldreview.com/0412/bernie_g.php3

 

 

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