Reporter Asks Federal Snitch Al Sharpton Brazen Question To His Face

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As it’s come to light over the past few months, Al Sharpton was nothing more than your average criminal turned federal snitch during his younger days. As graffiti was painted on wall amongst the riots in Missouri reading “snitches get stitches,” one reporter brazenly asked Sharpton if he feared for his life.

According to Infowars, “Sharpton was converted into a snitch for the FBI in 1983 after he was caught on tape negotiating a cocaine deal.”

Al Sharpton made his very public arrival in Missouri as he further seeks to stuff his pockets by fueling racial tensions and was met with a barrage of reporters immediately after stepping out from his car. As the majority of reporters were there to stroke Sharpton’s ego and snap a few photos, one reporter was chomping at the bit with quite the question.

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As the conversation went:

Adam Sharp: Sir, the term “Snitches Get Snitches” was spray painted on the burned out QuikTrip. Since you are a federal snitch, sir, do you fear for your life?

Al Sharpton: I’m not a snitch. But today I want to tell the feds about a cop that needs to go to jail.

Sharp: Are you in fear for your life being a federal informant and…

Sharpton: I want to inform on this policeman today.

Sharp: Are you here to snitch on the rioters?… Are you here to work with your FBI partners?

Sharpton: (no response)

What do you guys think – we all know Sharpton to be amongst the worst of hypocrites as he uses his race for financial gain, but isn’t it about time he was called out to his face? Let us know your thoughts on this amazing video in the comments below.

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