You’ll Never Guess Who’s Helping Choose The Next Attorney General
September 25, 2014 1:59pm PST
Al Sharpton, the race-baiting extraordinaire, has inserted himself into Obama’s decision-making process in choosing the next Attorney General. Sharpton’s organization, National Action Network, announced today that they are “engaged in immediate conversations with the White House on deliberations over a successor whom we hope will continue in the general direction of Attorney General [Eric] Holder.” Good grief. As if Holder’s legacy is something to be proud of.
“We are proud that he has been the best Attorney General on civil rights in U.S. history and disappointed because he leaves at a critical time when we need his continued diligence most,” Sharpton said in a statement. “Policing of Americans is the critical challenge of today, especially Blacks and Browns in particular,” he added. Lets pretend for a second that Sharpton’s statement even makes sense. Can you imagine if a white man had referred to “policing” Blacks and Browns?! Liberals would have a field day!
Partisan civil rights leaders have absolutely no business in the decision-making process of appointing government officials. Al Sharpton wants to see one thing: another black liberal who tirelessly promotes his same racist, left-leaning agenda. Do you think Sharpton should mind his own business? Sound off in the comments section.