Tuesday, September 13, 2011

The Civil Rights leader Al Shartpon tried to correct Herman Cain on the date of the 1964 Civil Rights Act. What could go wrong with that?

Being that Al Sharpton is promoted by the left as a "civil rights" iconic leader of some sort, he had every right to correct Herman Cain, when Herman Cain said that "he was a product of the 1964 Civil Rights Act. There was only one small problem with the Civil Rights leader Al Sharpton correcting Mr. Cain about the date the Civil Rights Act was signed into law. Mr. Cain was right.

Sharpton isn't knowledge on current events, he can read a teleprompter and to top it all off, he thought the 1964 Civil Rights Act was signed in 1965! I'm sure MSNBC will start seeing those dividends from the investment they made in hiring Al Sharpton any time now.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Well, at least he didn't say that Cain was in favor of rights for the 57 states . . .

11:15 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

You know what MS in MSNBC stand for? Mainstream Stupidity. Sharpton fits well in that category.

Cain is an very well educated man. Sharpton on the other hand, is a grade school dropout who got where he was at by pretending to be a "civil rights" activist by making false claims against other people.

10:47 PM  

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