Recognizing a Domestic Terrorist – Calling for Race Riots when Justice Runs it Course

At what point will society set aside the self-claimed protectionism as “religious” or “racial” to prosecute open calls to riot, ignore the laws & courts of our country and calling to a race war?

 “We strategically know how to stop the city so people stand still and realize that you do not have the right to shoot down unarmed, innocent civilians,” Sharpton told an overflow crowd of several hundred people at his National Action Network office in the historically black Manhattan neighborhood. “This city is going to deal with the blood of Sean Bell.”

Al Sharpton so issued his call to civil disobedience – to riot in our streets – over a legal decision he has found useful to his cause.

Sharpton apparently expect a “Kangaroo Court” where no matter what the evidence justice would be sacrificed to meet his personal judgement of the case – or else he would call for a race riot.

Strip off the protective mantle of claiming “Reverend,” and Race, society finds it hard to understand how such calls for domestic terrorism remain unpunished.  

What a wonderful social lesson Sharpton teaches our youth  – a lesson to resort to riot if you can intimidate a political verdict to override any inconvenient considered legal court verdict.

Poor show, and one that seeks to disenfranchise every other fellow American at the expense of Sharpton’s need for retribution when his “Court of Al” doesn’t trump over actual justice.

When does society recognize this Timothy McVee taking action against “the state” domestic terrorism of Sharpton?





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