Sharpton Launches Desperate Pre-Inauguration March to Stop Trump

That old race hustler Al Sharpton is at it again. This time he’s marshaling a pre-Inauguration march to stop President-elect Donald Trump. Sharpton states he will be focused on pressuring Congressional Democrats, “not to weaken, and so weaken everything that Dr. King achieved and everything that President Obama has achieved,” specifically demanding that they block the nomination of President-elect Donald Trump’s choice for Attorney General, Sen. Jeff Sessions of Alabama. “We expect them to use the nomination hearings to really go after him.” Good luck with that… he won’t stop Sessions or Trump from doing what needs to be done.

Sharpton is rallying residents in Atlantic City to march on DC for next month’s Inauguration of Trump. Sharpton, who is the leader of the National Action Network, is on tour promoting his Jan. 14th march. He cited the state takeover of the city and Trump’s business dealings in the resort as reasons residents should march. He’s inciting violence, which he excels at.

From US Herald:

The man who gave us the racial outrage of the Tawana Brawley rape hoax, the fatal anti-semitic Crown Heights riots and the Freddie’s Fashion Mart protests is organizing a “march and rally” in Washington D.C. on January 14 on the eve of the observance of the birthday of Martin Luther King, Jr. and a week before the inauguration of Donald Trump.

Calling on civil rights and faith leaders to join him, Sharpton announced the march to, “lay out an agenda” he is calling, ‘We Cannot Be Moved.’”

Sharpton identified voting rights, income inequality, racial disparity, health care and criminal justice, including praising the mass commutations issued by President Obama in the past months, as areas where, “We will not stand by to watch a new administration to rescind progress in these areas to protect gains won and keep moving forward.”

The Brawley case inflamed the nation and destroyed innocent lives, the Crown Heights resulted in the attack and murder of a Hasidic Jew from Australia innocently visiting New York City, and seven people died in the arson that accompanied the Fashion Mart “protests.”

The crowd of 100 people gave Sharpton a standing ovation when he said it’s time to shut Atlantic City down. Only 100? What , did he pay people to show up? Just pathetic. He said the city is a colony now. “Anytime they come in and suspend your elected officials and put an unelected czar over you, if you aren’t angry about that, there is something wrong with you,” he said. The city should be a national example of how the wealthy have benefited at the expense of the working class, he said. That statement is communistic. He’s using racism to create chaos. He should be arrested for incitement and maybe the incoming President will do just that.

Sharpton also questioned public subsidies for the “billionaire contractors and entrepreneurs” on the boardwalk and criticized Trump’s proposed policies and appointments. “Trump is not going to change,” he said. “The march is not to convince Trump. The march is to give some guts and backbone to the Democrats in the Senate and the Congress to stand up.” Well, they’ve done a bang up job of getting Dems voted OUT so far… keep it up Al, you’ll really cement Republican power pulling this crap.

Sharpton brought the crowd to its feet again when he said: “It’s time to shut Atlantic City down.” Just keep it up son. This old race baiter is poison to the Republic. Sharpton warned the crowd of the incoming Trump presidency and said US senators should try to block Trump’s Cabinet appointments. There was a sign-up sheet for residents to take a bus to Sharpton’s march, titled “We Shall Not Be Moved.” Sharpton should bring it and we’ll see who wins in the end… spoiler alert: it won’t be him.


A Tea Party activist who worked on four National bus Tours and created Mega Rallies across the country. She has worked with conservative stars like Sarah Palin, Sheriff Joe Arpaio, Andrew Breitbart and others.

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