Source: Patty McMurray
Race-baiter-for-hire Al Sharpton attempted to use a fake news story about US Border Agents whipping Haitian illegal aliens. Of course, the story has all the makings of a typical opportunity to fundraise for Al Sharpton—Hispanic and white border agents using “whips” to keep black male lawbreakers from entering our country. The truth, however, is that border agents were more likely swinging the reins on their horses to keep the massive crowd of lawbreakers away from their horses, while at the same time, trying to prevent them from infiltrating our nation.
Al Sharpton, who is used to getting the star treatment from the media, was hit squarely between the eyes with multiple truth bombs, as he stood in front of the microphone on the border in Del Rio, TX. Sharpton, surrounded by fellow “pastors” and race agitators to craft his phony racism narrative.
As the race-hustler spoke, he was shouted down by protesters asking why he doesn’t care about the crimes against children who are being trafficked in massive numbers on our southern border. Sharpton tried to equate the so-called incident involving the US Border Agents to slavery, as protesters shouted, “We don’t need your racism in El Paso,” and “El Paso is a loving community and we don’t need your racism here!”
“How much money are you making?” they shouted. They asked why he’s “advocating for violence?” and let him know that Del Rio “is not a racist city—Del Rio is a loving, caring community.” They yelled, “We don’t want your racism in Texas. Get out of here. You’re a disgrace. You’re a racist. Nobody wants you in Texas. Nobody wants you in Texas.”
After only minutes, Sharpton was forced to hustle away from the unwelcoming scene with his race-baiting entourage.
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