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BREAKING NEWS: Al Sharpton and Donna Brazile Fear Indictment

A FoxNews headline read: “Black leaders express ‘profound indignation’ over Dem leaders’ failure to ‘protect’ Maxine Waters.” (See: Gregg Re; 7/5/2018) I submit that using “leader” to describe these people is a perverse form of oxymoron.

Leaders wouldn’t support nor sit stoically silent, while the progressive’s black-baby killing industry is responsible for the murder of over 17.3 million black children. Put another way, so-called “crayon-color” leaders don’t sit silent while black mothers at the behest and monetary enrichment of Planned Parenthood, have murdered 45 percent of the entire black demographic.

Maxine Waters is not only a disgrace to the position she holds, she is a disgrace to bi-pedal life forms that walk without knuckles dragging on the ground. Waters has been relentless in her calls that the staff and supporters of President Trump be bullied; threatened and attacked in whatever public venue they are observed.

We can but imagine the hell that would result if a white Republican Congressperson were to call for the same treatment against Obama and his supporters. Remember the destruction by blacks in the L.A. Watts riots, the destruction by blacks in St. Louis in the aftermath of Michael Brown, and images of blacks burning and looting entire neighborhoods in Baltimore in the aftermath of judicial outcomes they disagreed with?

The fact that these so-called “black leaders” are not condemned in the harshest possible terms is an unsettling conundrum that proves blacks are not held accountable for their actions, unless they offend or violate the protected species of white persons.

Two of the most reprobate and dishonest blacks in the world are Al Sharpton, whom Gavi Greenspan laughably called a “prominent religious leader, and Donna Brazile, who has a record of duplicitous Erebusic dishonesty that is rivaled by scant few other women. (See: Al Sharpton, Donna Brazile, Sign Letter Defending Maxine Water; cnsnews.com; 7/9/2018)

Sharpton and Brazile feign outrage at the Democrat leadership of House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, for failing to defend the crazed behavior of Waters.

However I believe it’s prudent to ask if Sharpton and Brazile are being perniciously disingenuous.

I submit that their complaint of Waters not being protected is a red herring. What should Waters be protected from? Should Waters be protected from prosecution if a family who supports President Trump are attacked and savagely beaten by black hoodlums who reveal they were following the admonitions of Waters?

I argue that Sharpton and Brazile signing a letter of outrage claiming Waters isn’t indemnified from prosecution for the incitement of public mayhem and injury, centers upon their fear that if Waters is sanctioned and held accountable for her calls of violence and intimidation against President Trump supporters and staff, they too may be held accountable for their inciting violence. Especially Al Sharpton.

December 8, 1995, Sharpton incited the violent firebombing of Freddy’s Fashion Mart in Harlem, which resulted in “the deaths of Angelina Marrero, Cynthia Martinez, Luz Ramos, Mayra Rentas, Olga Garcia, Garnette Ramautar, Kareem Brunner, names forever linked together as the seven victims of the Sharpton-caused massacre at Freddy’s Fashion Mart.” (See: Nineteen Years Ago, Al Sharpton Incited the Massacre at Freddy’s Fashion Mart; American Renaissance; 12/9/2014) Sharpton walked away free from responsibility.

Sharpton is the same reprobate who demanded justice for Tawana Brawley. Brawley spun a web of lies and deceit that Sharpton was only too happy to propagate. Nothing dissuades me that Sharpton was not fully aware Brawley had invented the lies America heard/saw repeated on radio, television and in newspapers day after day. It is inconceivable for most to accept that Sharpton wasn’t aware he was perpetrating an injustice against Steven Pagones. Brawley claimed Pagones had been one of the gang who had kidnapped and raped her and smeared feces on her. After 180 witnesses over a seven month period testified before a grand jury, it was concluded that “Brawley’s story was nothing short of “apocryphal.”

Sharpton did not come close to receiving punishment for the aforementioned just as he has been allowed to incite violence and destructive protests his entire life. Brazile, albeit marginally less flamboyant in her numerous acts of unethical behaviors, including lying about her involvement in election skullduggery, is nonetheless as corrupt as Sharpton.

It’s my firm belief that a first year law student could build a strong legal case against Sharpton and Brazile for the near immeasurable economic damage they’ve instigated in neighborhoods across the nation. And while Brazile is more serpentine in her inciting of same, she is no less an elapidae.

I conclude that Sharpton and Brazile fear that if Waters were held accountable for inciting violence, riots and mayhem against innocent citizens – it could signal the beginning of holding them accountable for violent destruction, death, and mayhem they incite in urban neighborhoods.

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Mychal Massie

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Mychal Massie

Mychal S. Massie is an ordained minister who spent 13 years in full-time Christian Ministry. Today he serves as founder and Chairman of the Racial Policy Center (RPC), a think tank he officially founded in September 2015. RPC advocates for a colorblind society. He was founder and president of the non-profit “In His Name Ministries.” He is the former National Chairman of a conservative Capitol Hill think tank; and a former member of the think tank National Center for Public Policy Research. Read entire bio here

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