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Monday, December 22, 2014

Charles Rangel Insists ‘What Do We Want? DEAD COPS Chant Never Happened (Until Shown Video)

Charlie Rangel (D-NY) may be the only person in NYC who didn't know the protesters in New York were chanting, "What do we want? DEAD COPS When do we want them? NOW!" A cording to Charlie they never happened. He!was on CNN this morning being interviewed by Ashleigh Banfield. When Banfield brought up the ugly chants, Rangel insisted the call for “dead cops” never happened, that was until Ashleigh showed him the tape.

But you have to feel bad for Charlie, he also believes his many ethics violations never happened. He was censured on the House floor in December 2010 after the ethics panel found him guilty of 11 charges related to his conduct outside the Capitol. The vote against him was a bi-partisan 333-79. But to crazy Charlie it was all racism. So cut the guy a break, he has no conception of reality.

Joe Cocker Dead At 70

Joe Cocker, the singer and songwriter with hits including “You Are So Beautiful” and "Love Lift Us Up Where We Belong," has died of lung cancer, his agent, Barrie Marshall, confirmed to FOX411.

Cocker was 70 years old.

The Grammy-award winner had a career in the music industry that lasted more than 40 years that also included top songs like "Everybody Hurts" and “Ain't No Sunshine.”

The British-born singer had his first No. 1 U.K. hit in 1968 with The Beatles' tune "With a Little Help from My Friends." He then took his tune to Woodstock in 1969, and it later became the theme song for the beloved family sitcom "The Wonder Years."

“Joe Cocker is a legendary artist of rock and blues history and yet he was one of the most humble men I've ever met," said Edgar Berger, who had signed Joe Cocker to Sony Music Entertainment. "His iconic voice will forever be etched in our memories and our thoughts go out to Joe’s wife Pam and his family at this difficult time. Joe will live on in the hearts of millions of fans around the world.”I would imagine the below is the scene going on in heaven right now:

Don't Worry About The Two Dead Cops' Families, Al Sharpton Says HE Is The Victim

Only Al Sharpton can have a press conference about two dead cops and make it all about him. The professional hate monger had a presser yesterday so Eric Garner's widow could call for peace in the wake of the two NYC Cops who were murdered execution style on Saturday.

Sharpton, who has been promoting hatred toward cops since the death's of Michael Brown and Eric Garner said neither he nor the mayor holds any blame for Saturday's murders.
"To blame the mayor and others is not what we need," he said. "The blame game will only lead to further venom and further division."
He also played a tape of one death threats he received since the murder of the two cops
"The language is 'Hey N word, stop killing innocent people, I'm going to get you," and I have several like this," he said. "We are now under intense threat from those that are misguided, by those that are trying to blame everyone from civil rights leaders to the mayor rather than deal with an ugly spirit that all of us need to fight."
Sharpton protesters to remain peaceful.
“If we go into an area where it’s eye for an eye, then it is only a matter of who can out pluck eyes rather than who can make the system fair for everybody,” he said. “We have in every rally and march … been very clear in stressing of nonviolence. We even would stop rhetoric that was wrong.”
Stressing non violence? Ask the seven people killed at Freddy's Fashion Mart.

Allow me to make two points here. First anyone who touches a hair on Sharpton's head is an idiot.  If you want to make a change, call the Mayor's office and ask him why he deals with that scumbag.  Or call the President and do the same, ask Senator Schumer why he went to Sharpton's birthday party/fund raiser.  But don't hurt him. That makes people just as bad as he is.  If you want to hurt hm make sure our leaders don't touch him with a ten foot pole.

The second thing is Sharpton probably gets death threats all the time, its a stupid thing for people to do, but what he played at the press conference was nothing unusual.

Playing the death threat was just one more way for Sharpton to push the real objective of his movement; Al Sharpton, inc. 

Sunday, December 21, 2014

We Must Demand The Press And Politicians Disassociate Themselves From Al Sharpton

 Al Sharpton, a man who is supposedly a Christian preacher but doesn't follow the 9th commandment about bearing false witness has a record of promoting hatred.  It didn't start with making the Eric Garner killing a black/white issue despite the fact the Senior cop on the scene was both Black and Female. Nor did it start when Sharpton took the killing of a kid who tried to grab a policeman's gun in Ferguson Missouri a white/black issue. Both of which led to the killing of two innocent cops in Brooklyn, NY on Saturday. 

For most of his life Sharpton has been promoting violence

Like the funeral of Gavin Cato in 1991 where Al Sharpton gave a powerful eulogy inspiring hatred and Antisemitism:

“The world will tell us he was killed by accident. Yes, it was a social accident. ... It's an accident to allow an apartheid ambulance service in the middle of Crown Heights. ... Talk about how Oppenheimer in South Africa sends diamonds straight to Tel Aviv and deals with the diamond merchants right here in Crown Heights. The issue is not anti-Semitism; the issue is apartheid. ... All we want to say is what Jesus said: If you offend one of these little ones, you got to pay for it. No compromise, no meetings, no kaffe klatsch, no skinnin' and grinnin'. Pay for your deeds."
Those people in Crown Heights  especially those who were hurt in the violence never had justice from Sharpton's incitement. According to the sworn testimony of Efraim Lipkind, a former Hasidic resident of Crown Heights:
“Then we had a famous man, Al Sharpton, who came down, and he said Tuesday night, kill the Jews, two times. I heard him, and he started to lead a charge across the street to Utica. --- 
The MSM which "adores"  Sharpton, never asks him about when NYC Jews complained about the Antisemitism of Black College professor Leonard Jeffries in 1991, Sharpton called them race baiters adding “If the Jews want to get it on, tell them to pin their yarmulkes back and come over to my house"--

Sharpton was promoting hatred when he libeled former NY State AG Robert Abrams, who he refused to meet with during the Tawana Brawley hoax because meeting Abrams would be “like asking someone who watched someone killed in the gas chamber to sit down with Mr. Hitler.” Is this the voice of a preacher? Is it the voice of someone trying to unite the races? Or is the voice of a man inciting hatred?

In 1987 Steven Pagones former Assistant District Attorney in Duchess County was accused by Sharpton of raping Tawana Brawley. Not only was Pagones nowhere near Brawley that night, but also the entire rape story was a fraud.

 Yosef Lifsh, the driver of the car that tragically struck Gavin Cato in August 1991 was falsely accused by Al Sharpton falsely of driving drunk that night despite that police tested him and he was clean. Al Sharpton incited so much hate against Lifsh that he fled to Israel.

Note: While much of the Crown Heights riot can be blamed on the incitement of Al Sharpton, Yankel Rosenbaum's murder cannot. He was killed before Sharpton got involved.

Angelina Marrero, Cynthia Martinez, Luz Ramos, Mayra Rentas , Olga Garcia, Garnette Ramautar, Kareem Brunner, the seven victims of the massacre at Freddy's Fashion Mart never had justice. They are dead because a four-month-long campaign of hate by Al Sharpton led to a man firebombing the clothing store killing the seven innocents.

Sharpton should be called out about the "Central Park Jogger" who was raped and beaten to within an inch of her life and her former boyfriend. Sharpton led rallies where he claimed the "jogger" was raped by her boyfriend and the woman who was raped and beaten to within a hair of death was called a whore. Whether the men on trial were innocent or guilty didn't matter to Sharpton, he promoted hatred via falsehood.

Sharpton helped to destroy the political career of David Dinkins, the hapless first black mayor of NYC. He was angrily denounced by Sharpton using these words, “David Dinkins, you wanna be the only ni**er on television, only ni**er in the newspaper, only ni**er that can talk. Don’t cover them, don’t talk to them, ’cause you got the only ni**er problem. ‘Cause you know if a black man stood up next to you, they would see you for the whore that you really are“  Perhaps the MSNBC star could be asked about HIS Black hatred.

Remember the controversy surrounding the Duke lacrosse team?  They were falsely accused of rape and without any facts Al Sharpton declared that these ”rich white boys” had attacked a ”black girl,” and he warned that if arrests were not made immediately, there would be no peace. He further claimed, "this case parallels Abner Louima, who was raped and sodomized in a bathroom [by a New York City police officer] like this girl has alleged she was.... and just like in the Louima case, you have people here saying she fabricated it.” It was later proven that indeed she had totally invented the story and all charges against the defendants were dropped.Should this man that some call Reverend be called out for violating the 9th Commandment, "Thou shalt not bear false witness...?"

What about political slanders, the those at the press conference should ask about that hatred.  . For example he once told his radio audience that Republicans view black people as subhumans, much as Adolf Hitler saw Jews. "It seems like they [some of the right wing] act as though some wiping out of people ... is alright. It's not alright to do to any innocent people.... [T]o wipe out innocent people just 'cause of who they are, like was done in Hitler's Germany, or was done to Native Americans, is not justified." As a Republican who lost family member in the holocaust I don't understand why Sharpton wasn't criticized by the MSM for this comment which was hateful on so many levels.

Most of Sharpton’s acts of hate were not criminal they were immoral.  But the press never confronts him about it, even worse the President and Attorney General of the United States makes this hater an adviser.

Now just like Freddy's Fashion Mart this pseudo preacher has had a role, inciting the deaths of innocents.  This time it was the deaths of two people charged with protecting all New Yorkers, black and white, or like the two murdered cops Asian and Latino.

At Michael Brown's funeral Al Sharpton said "God judges you for what you did on Earth” He’s correct, because in the end it is all up to God to dispose final justice. However just once I would like to see the mainstream media pursue justice by asking Sharpton how does he think God will judge him for filling the world with chamas, a biblical Hebrew word meaning violence and cruelty?

The mainstream media should be perusing truth and justice about Al Sharpton, indeed we all should. They should be asking the Sharpton to justify his hatred of others. And the rest of us should be pressing the media to ask those tough questions. We must begin to demand that our leaders not give this man the time of day. It’s time for Al Sharpton to be labeled for what he is-- a hater not a healer.

Chuck Todd On Rumored Fight For Donors Between Bush & Christie – Christie’s Going To Lose

If there is going to be a fight for donors between Chris Cristie and Jeb Bush the New Jersey Governor is going to lose. At least that's what Meet The Press' Chuck Todd told Hugh Hewitt Show guest host Ed Morrissey on Friday evening's program. Morrissey and Todd discussed the 2016 prospects for the GOP candidates explaining that Bush's announcement earlier in the week was a notice to some of the other "moderate" candidates, stop talking me down to potential donors.

Transcript and video follows:

Morrissey: Look towards 2016. Now we’re hearing a little bit that there seems to be a big knife fight developing between the Jeb Bush team and the Chris Christie team on donors. Are you hearing anything about this?

Todd: Look, I wouldn’t call it a knife fight. I mean, I think it’s if, you know, I think, you know, I think Christie’s going to be on the losing end of this. I mean, look, what Jeb Bush did, and is, I think Jeb knew that a lot of people were skeptical of if he was serious, okay? I certainly was a skeptic. I certainly talked to people close to him that made me feel comfortable being sort of a 55% skeptic, meaning I just was more convinced he wouldn’t than would. And donors were in that same place. And in order to make them believe, he had to go early. They wanted to believe. Well, he did. And so this was about sending a message to Christie and Romney, okay, stop talking down, talking me down to these donors, because they’re all fishing in the same donor pond, the three of them. So, and all this stuff through the circular telephone and all, I mean, it is gossip central in that world. Jeb really made life miserable for both Christie and Romney right now.

So it’s getting cutthroat, then, in that small pool of the large donors, then?

Todd: Well, yes, but it’s a large pool. I mean, look, Jeb Bush basically is the number one fundraiser, right now, will end up being the number one big fundraiser in Texas, the number one big fundraiser in Florida, the number one big fundraiser in California, and he might end up being the number one guy even in Wall Street in New York, because remember, a sitting governor has to be careful who he raises money from on Wall Street. It’s a big, it’s a little bit of an arcane issue, but there’s a lot of issues there with sitting governors when it comes to raising Wall Street money.

Morrissey: Right.

Todd: So…on what’s legal and what’s not, even when they’re running for president. So you know, Jeb is in the pole position financially in ways that I think both Christie and Romney hoped they could have been that guy.

Morrissey: I am very surprised to hear that, actually. It’s been 14 years since Jeb’s run for any office. Nobody’s worried about that?

Todd: Well, his donor network has always been strong. Look, I think, look, we’re just talking about money. I’m with you. I think he could be out of shape politically. He certainly has issues with base conservatives. I’m going to have a little chart, actually, on Sunday that I’m going to show folks that shows that among Republican primary voters that we surveyed, you know, he’s fifth among Tea Partiers, okay, when it comes to could find themselves supporting. Fifth, okay? He’s first or second among every other demographic group of said Republicans, but fifth among Tea Party, or you know, folks that call themselves or supportive of Tea Party. Well, that’s your sort of populist, grassroots conservative. And that’s where he’s got problems. But Ed, if you’re advising him, if you want to be the nominee, what do you do? Get in early and start dealing with your problems. Well, what’s Jeb doing? Getting in early and seeing how deep his problem is.