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Al Sharpton has a history of promoting hoaxes and fomenting racial violence


Al Sharpton was the main ringleader of the Tawana Brawley hoax. He was also a ringleader in the lesser known 2007 Megan Williams hoax. Williams was a black girl who claimed a white family held her hostage and tortured her. Williams would later recant her story. She said she made up the story to get back at her abusive white boyfriend who had broken up with her. Williams is classified as developmentally challenged. Logan County prosecutor Brian Abraham made his career by successfully pressuring seven members of the white family into accepting plea bargains. Quotes from the family members hint that they suffer from extremely low cognitive abilities as well.

Sharpton is widely considered to be the main instigator of the 1991 Crown Heights riots. During that riot blacks attacked Orthodox Jews at random, killing one person.

In 1995 he led a protest against Freddie’s Fashion Mart. The owner was trying to evict a subtenant who ran a record store. Sharpton told protesters “we will not stand by and allow them to move this brother so that some white interloper can expand his business.” He also stated “We are not gonna stand idly by and let a Jewish person come in Black Harlem and methodically drive black people out of business up and down 125th street.” One of the men at the protest later went on a shooting and arson spree inside the store. Seven innocent victims were killed. One of the men killed was a black security guard who was called “cracker lover” and “race traitor” during Al Sharpton’s protest. Read More.

In 1998, Al Sharpton co-sponsored a rally in Harlem with New Black Panther Party leader Khallid Muhammed. Muhammed had a history of calling for the murder of white babies at his speeches. Muhammed ended the rally by urging the crowd to engage in violence against the NYPD. Sharpton continues to defend the New Black Panther Party to this day.

 

In 1998, Al Sharpton co-sponsored a rally in Harlem with Khallid Muhammed. He was the leader of the New Black Panther Party at the time. He was the former National Youth Minister of the Nation of Islam, but Louis Farrakhan demoted him for being too radical. Sharpton did not find him too radical. Sharpton even paid for Khallid Muhammed’s funeral in 2001.

Al Sharpton is also a supporter of the Nation of Islam’s anti-white theology.