A few thoughts come to mind as it relates to this tax-evading felonious black political plantation owner slugging it out with the blonde bomber of FoxNews …
- MLK would be rolling in his grave from seeing these types of Black leaders who made a mockery of the civil rights movement.
- He can’t even get out proper words and sentences (“axed” instead of “asked?”)
- The “reverend” Sharpton is an anti-Christian tax-cheating hack. Nothing more, nothing less. Someone please make him pay his taxes like the rest of us.
Bottom line – Megyn Kelly a “journalist?” P-L-E-A-S-E .. Stay focused on posing for Vanity Fair covers, Megyn, and leave journalism to … Oh wait, there aren’t any (well, a few of us at least). Anyway, back to your day job reading teleprompters and joshing with tax-evading criminals the likes of Sharpton and we blogging journalists will do the journalism. That giggle of yours is a dead give-away…
In the immortal words of Sgt. Joe Friday, “the facts, Ma’am; just the facts.”
- Al Sharpton never finished college.
- He has less education than a kindergarten teacher.
- He possesses a high school level knowledge of English.
- His version of history speaks for itself; which is nil.
- He famously quipped: “White folks was in caves while we was building empires…. We taught philosophy and astrology and mathematics before Socrates and them Greek homos ever got around to it.”
- Sharpton has never professed a testimony of conversion, nor has he ever led a church.
- He has written no books about the Bible, and any language of grace, salvation, forgiveness, repentance, restoration, the Gospel of Jesus Christ, or even Jesus are consistently absent from his remarks.
- In 1989, Sharpton was charged with 67 felony counts of tax evasion, larceny, and fraud. Whatever deal he made was undisclosed; he was acquitted on all counts and only pled guilty to a misdemeanor for not filing his 1986 state income tax.
- In 2001, he was sentenced to 90 days in jail for trespassing on U.S. Navy property during an alleged “protest” against military training activities in Puerto Rico.
- In 2003, a New York City travel agency sued him for allegedly using fake credit card information.
- In 2004, the Federal Election Commission ordered him to repay $100,000 in public matching funds he received for his 2004 presidential run.
- In 2008, he was convicted on two counts of disorderly conduct resulting from being arrested for allegedly “protesting.”
- In 2013, while still married to his second wife, Kathy Jordan, he unashamedly flaunted his 35-year-old girlfriend, Aisha McShaw, in New York City.
- In November 2014, The New York Times exposed his fraudulent life, writing, “As Al Sharpton rose, so did his unpaid taxes.” The article lists a rap sheet of unpaid taxes, rent, and other bills, highlighting that Sharpton and his business owe more than $4.5 million in taxes. He refutes their article.
- It’s no wonder, then, that Sharpton would defend young people who continue to break the law, even while on parole.
Sadly, Sharpton’s life exemplifies everything that Christianity is not. Certainly not for a Megyn Kelly to be flirting flippantly with. To repeat myself from above: The “reverend” Sharpton is an anti-Christian tax-cheating hack. Nothing more, nothing less. Someone please make him pay his taxes like the rest of us.