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https://plus.google.com/101391282792716334587 NewsOne : NYC Mayor Meets With Al Sharpton — Will It Ease Tensions? http://bit.ly/1nZ1l8n
NYC Mayor Meets With Al Sharpton — Will It Ease Tensions? http://bit.ly/1nZ1l8n
NYC Mayor Meets With Al Sharpton -- Will It Ease Tensions?
NEW YORK (AP) -- In a scene not witnessed at City Hall for decades, the mayor sat between his police commissioner and one of the police department's most outspoken critics on Thursday, trying to ea...
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https://plus.google.com/103989832257112532400 The Sanders Firm, P.C. : Rev. Al Sharpton takes de Blasio, NYPD Commissioner Bratton to task over Eric Garner death http://ow.ly...
Rev. Al Sharpton takes de Blasio, NYPD Commissioner Bratton to task over Eric Garner death http://ow.ly/zPJLr
Rev. Al Sharpton takes de Blasio, NYPD Commissioner Bratton to task over Eric Garner death as mayor calls for change
With his police commissioner seated to his right and the Rev. Al Sharpton to his left, Mayor de Blasio vowed to improve police-community relations during an extraordinary meeting Thursday at City Hall.
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https://plus.google.com/100791547249770745801 Law Enforcement Today.com : WHEN COPS ARE INVOLVED, UNFAIR ASSUMPTIONS ARE MADE I have been following the news concerning the death...
WHEN COPS ARE INVOLVED, UNFAIR ASSUMPTIONS ARE MADE 
I have been following the news concerning the death of Eric Garner while he was being arrested by members of the New York City Police Department. The accusations centered around an alleged chokehold the officer applied to Garner to bring him under control.
Although the coroner’s report came back that there was no damage to Mr. Garner’s throat, that didn’t stop New York City Mayor Di Blasio, the hate mongers, and race baiters from joining the chorus of police brutality charges.  Allegations have been made that the police have problems interacting with the community, especially concerning white officers and black suspects.  They allege problems with police interaction with the community, especially with black residents.  The officer involved is white and Mr. Garner was black.
I feel sympathy for those officers facing such uncertainty of a mayor and police commissioner seemingly hell bent on prosecuting the police before the facts are all in.   Naturally, we saw Al Sharpton’s appearance and finger pointing against the police.
“Strip the officer of his badge and gun and put him on modified desk duty”. That was the rhetoric they used. Instead of stating, in objective terms, that the officer was relieved of his regular duty and put on modified desk duty pending the outcome of the investigation.  This describes the same process, but with less of the hatred involved.
Read more at: http://www.lawenforcementtoday.com/2014/08/01/when-cops-are-involved-unfair-assumptions-are-made/ 
When Cops Are Involved, Unfair Assumptions Are Made

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https://plus.google.com/109935601805863220496 ROBERT GREENBERG : WHEN COPS ARE INVOLVED, UNFAIR ASSUMPTIONS ARE MADE I have been following the news concerning the death...
WHEN COPS ARE INVOLVED, UNFAIR ASSUMPTIONS ARE MADE 
I have been following the news concerning the death of Eric Garner while he was being arrested by members of the New York City Police Department. The accusations centered around an alleged chokehold the officer applied to Garner to bring him under control.
Although the coroner’s report came back that there was no damage to Mr. Garner’s throat, that didn’t stop New York City Mayor Di Blasio, the hate mongers, and race baiters from joining the chorus of police brutality charges.  Allegations have been made that the police have problems interacting with the community, especially concerning white officers and black suspects.  They allege problems with police interaction with the community, especially with black residents.  The officer involved is white and Mr. Garner was black.
I feel sympathy for those officers facing such uncertainty of a mayor and police commissioner seemingly hell bent on prosecuting the police before the facts are all in.   Naturally, we saw Al Sharpton’s appearance and finger pointing against the police.
“Strip the officer of his badge and gun and put him on modified desk duty”. That was the rhetoric they used. Instead of stating, in objective terms, that the officer was relieved of his regular duty and put on modified desk duty pending the outcome of the investigation.  This describes the same process, but with less of the hatred involved.
Read more at: http://www.lawenforcementtoday.com/2014/08/01/when-cops-are-involved-unfair-assumptions-are-made/ 
When Cops Are Involved, Unfair Assumptions Are Made

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https://plus.google.com/100985073384616869694 Dominic Carter : “If Dante wasn’t your son,” Rev. Al Sharpton told Mayor De Blasio, “he would be a candidate for a chokehold...
“If Dante wasn’t your son,” Rev. Al Sharpton told Mayor De Blasio, “he would be a candidate for a chokehold.” My point on TV last night, people of color are tired of being Police Brutality Victims, and like it or not, when it comes to politics, Rev. Al Sharpton is a kingmaker, Period. 
Watch the video: Community Vs. NYPD: Is There Any Unity In Sight?
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In the aftermath of an NYPD arrest, in which officers in Staten Island allegedly choked a suspect, community relations between the police and New York City r...
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https://plus.google.com/105776552437254094036 lrmartinjr : Al Sharpton talks about the corruption trial of former Va, Gov. Bob McDonnell (video) http://ow.ly/zOXfx...
Al Sharpton talks about the corruption trial of former Va, Gov. Bob McDonnell (video) http://ow.ly/zOXfx #vagov #vapol #mcdonnell
Bob McDonnell goes on trial in Virginia (video)
Rev. Al Sharpton talks about day three of the corruption trial of former Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell and his wife Maureen. Click on the headline to watch the video. ~ MSNBC
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https://plus.google.com/108869188360022079839 Rob Cypher : Maryland Republican candidate Michael Peroutka berated Planned Parenthood, the Southern Poverty Law ...
Maryland Republican candidate Michael Peroutka berated Planned Parenthood, the Southern Poverty Law Center, MSNBC host Al Sharpton and other groups while refusing to back down on his association with a neo-Confederate group during a far-ranging public statement on Wednesday, Right Wing Watch reported.

“Republican leadership here in Maryland has rightly said that this race card sideshow is a distraction from the real issues,” Peroutka said. “But they make the mistake, however, in attempting to kowtow to liberals and Democrats that created that distraction.”

Peroutka, who won the GOP primary for the upcoming Anne Arundel County Council election, made his remarks three days after video came to light of him singing “Dixie,” the Confederate anthem, at the 2012 national conference for the League of the South, a pro-secession group.

Instead of addressing that incident straight away, however, Peroutka instead devoted some of his time to decrying the SPLC, calling it a “well-founded, left-wing group” and blaming it for last year’s shooting attack against the anti-LGBT Family Resource Council.

“You see, he had consulted [the SPLC's] map of ‘hate groups,’ quote-unquote,” Peroutka argued. “Providentially, this act of anti-Christian hate was stopped by a security guard. But it points out the dangers of the Southern Poverty Law Center, which has labeled about 1,000 groups across the country as, quote-unquote, ‘hate groups,’ smearing together obvious hate groups such as neo-Nazis and the Klan with groups where the SPLC simply doesn’t like their politics.”

He also brought up a heavily-debunked talking point accusing Planned Parenthood of “committing Black genocide,” while also lambasting Sharpton for allegedly proving that Democrats can be as “destructively racist” as they want.

“They can start race riots, or defend young men who brutally rape a Black woman,” Peroutka said. “And they are rewarded with their own MSNBC show, as long as they remain loyal to the Democratic party and Barack Obama.”

Peroutka, a former Constitution Party presidential candidate who has said that the state’s general assembly was illegitimate for passing laws that “violate God’s law,” finally addressed the issue of the League of the South — which he called a “Christian free-market group” in his opening remarks — while taking questions from reporters. But he refused to denounce the organization, describing such a move as “feeding the race card monster.”

“I believe that that is playing into the cynical political charade,” he said. “As I said, that doesn’t really work.”

Two Black conservative allies and friends, Eric Knowles (pictured above left) and Robert Broadus, flanked Peroutka as he made his remarks, and also took the microphone to endorse him.

“I haven’t seen anything that would prove he’s any sort of racist whatsoever,” Knowles said of Peroutka. “He’s been nothing but welcoming with open arms to everyone I’ve seen of any sort of background, color, creed whatsoever.”
To prove he’s not a racist, Maryland GOP candidate holds bizarre press conference
Tweet; Print Friendly and PDF; Email this page. Tweet. Maryland Republican candidate Michael Peroutka berated Planned Parenthood, the Southern Poverty Law Center, MSNBC host Al Sharpton and other groups while refusing to back down on his association with a neo-Confederate group during a ...
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https://plus.google.com/118098397877225650149 All New York News : Lupica: Rev. Sharpton rips de Blasio, Bratton as they deflect blame over Eric Garner chokehold death...
Lupica: Rev. Sharpton rips de Blasio, Bratton as they deflect blame over Eric Garner chokehold death

Bryan Smith Mayor de Blasio called for change — seven months into the job — while Police Commissioner Bill Bratton (left) said retraining was a solution following Rev. Al Sharpton barbs over death of Eric Garner, who died in police custody following a chokehold. This wasn’t the politics of reform on Thursday at City Hall, because reform is just a word that politicians like Bill de Blasio and Bill Bratton use when they think they look bad. No, this was the politics of performance art, as de Blasio and Bratton showed up to get lectured by the de facto deputy mayor of the city, the Rev. Al Sharpton. “If Dante wasn’t your son,” Sharpton told de Blasio, “he would be a candidate for a chokehold.” Sharpton went from there, went after Bratton the hardest, in the aftermath of the sidewalk death of Eric Garner. Then Bratton — who continues to act as if this is somebody else’s NYPD and not his very own — was telling everybody that the city has been “deficient” in training its police officers. It makes you wonder why it took the new commissioner seven full months to realize that. Bryan Smith/Bryan Smith Rev. Al Sharpton [...]
http://newsnyork.com/lupica-rev-sharpton-rips-de-blasio-bratton-as-they-deflect-blame-over-eric-garner-chokehold-death/
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https://plus.google.com/118098397877225650149 All New York News : Once Leader of Outcry, Now Trying to Quell It Mayor Bill de Blasio barreled into City Hall as a fierce...
Once Leader of Outcry, Now Trying to Quell It

Mayor Bill de Blasio barreled into City Hall as a fierce critic of the New York Police Department, leading rallies against the use of the stop-and-frisk tactic and urging a new era of comity between minorities and law enforcement. Now the mayor is facing his own controversy over the police and race — and he is finding that quelling an outcry can be a lot more difficult than leading one. As frustrations grow about the death of Eric Garner, a black Staten Island man who died after a confrontation with the police last month, Mr. de Blasio is trying to defend the policy that led to Mr. Garner’s arrest while convincing black leaders that he is still dedicated to reforming a Police Department whose relations with minorities have soured. It is a delicate balance, even for the rhetorically nimble Mr. de Blasio, a reality underscored by the unusual scenes at City Hall on Thursday. At a meeting hosted by the mayor, the Rev. Al Sharpton blasted the Police Department and demanded punishment of the officers who arrested Mr. Garner, as the police commissioner, William J. Bratton, sat impassively two seats away. At the same time, grass-roots activists gathered on the [...]
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https://plus.google.com/112895087482027702392 Associated Baptist Press : Al Sharpton kicks off voting rights campaign in Birmingham 50 years after historic "Freedom Summer" ...
Al Sharpton kicks off voting rights campaign in Birmingham 50 years after historic "Freedom Summer" http://bit.ly/1rNFyPg
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https://plus.google.com/111451344907572996706 Florida News : NYC mayor seeks to ease tension after arrest death (AP) In a scene not witnessed at City Hall for decades...
NYC mayor seeks to ease tension after arrest death

(AP) In a scene not witnessed at City Hall for decades, the mayor sat between his police commissioner and one of the police department’s most outspoken critics on Thursday, trying to ease tensions with minority communities after the in-custody death of a black man who was put in an apparent chokehold. It was a fitting image for Democratic Mayor Bill de Blasio, caught between a campaign pledge to empower minorities who felt unfairly targeted by police and a promise to maintain the city’s recent historic drop in crime. The case of Eric Garner has created a potential political powder keg. Garner, who was asthmatic, was being arrested on suspicion of selling loose cigarettes and died soon after being placed in the apparent chokehold by a white police officer. The Rev. Al Sharpton, an ally of the mayor, criticized Police Commissioner William Bratton for suggesting race wasn’t a factor in Garner’s July 17 death, which was recorded in an amateur video. And Sharpton provocatively invoked de Blasio’s teenage son, whose mother is black. “If Dante wasn’t your son, he’d be a candidate for a chokehold. And we’ve got to deal with that reality,” Sharpton thundered during a two-hour panel of community [...]
http://newsinfl.com/nyc-mayor-seeks-to-ease-tension-after-arrest-death/
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https://plus.google.com/116616526497004318122 Urban Christian News : Reaganite. Al Sharpton mentor. Strom Thurmond worshipper. The soul-funk innovator had some complex and...
Reaganite. Al Sharpton mentor. Strom Thurmond worshipper. The soul-funk innovator had some complex and (quite frankly) bizarre political views.
Say it Loud: The Bizarre, Confusing Politics of James Brown - Urban Christian News
Reaganite. Al Sharpton mentor. Strom Thurmond worshipper. The soul-funk innovator had some complex and (quite..
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https://plus.google.com/110718709882861394135 America Awakened : What an extortionist a**hole. Taking a page from Al Sharpton's book.
What an extortionist a**hole. Taking a page from Al Sharpton's book.
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https://plus.google.com/102668101288398993955 Lake Martin Breaking News : State GOP chairman accuses Al Sharpton of lying to voters
State GOP chairman accuses Al Sharpton of lying to voters
State GOP chairman accuses Al Sharpton of lying to voters
Al Sharpton says one goal of the new Freedom Summer National Headquarters in Birmingham is to fight what he calls voter suppression in Alabama caused by unnecessary new laws.
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https://plus.google.com/108451875519951498362 Mug Mc : Jesse Jackson Finally Makes A Statement About White Motorist Beating {About: A veteran,and father Steven...
Jesse Jackson Finally Makes A Statement About White Motorist Beating
{About: A veteran,and father Steven Utash, a suburban tree trimmer, was in a coma for days after being beaten in Detroit in April. He got out of his pickup truck to help a 10-year-old boy who had darted in front of his vehicle. Utash still is recovering.}

Jesse Jackson knows racism. It’s his job. He’s so good at spotting it that he can find it where others would not. The one knock on him is not that he sees things in black and white but rather just in black. The champion of racial injustice has taken considerable flak for ignoring the horrible hate crime in Detroit where white motorist Steven Utash was beaten nearly to death a group of thugs.

Where the races reversed in this case, Jackson surely would have condemned the attackers, but for two weeks now, he has been silent. Social media and the blogosphere have lit up calling Jackson a hypocrite. After all, a hate crime is no less abhorrent if the victim happens to be white. With his credibility on the line, Jackson finally broke his silence this week, saying in a phone interview:

It was an act of meanness and evil that must be handled. What they did was wrong. I know it was morally wrong. There’s ignorance based in knowledge. That’s why you have to pull the walls down and live together. Our climate is so racially charged… It’s a product of the sickness of culture.

Not only can’t he bring himself to call this a hate crime, he excuses the attackers from any culpability. You see, it’s not their fault they beat an innocent man into a coma because will live in a sick racist society. What an asshole.

And what’s with that line: there’s ignorance based in knowledge? What the hell does that mean? Having knowledge is the opposite of being ignorant. Does he have a dictionary app set to shuffle that just spews out random words for him to string together?

This “condemnation” gets even worse as Jackson tries to take all of the attention away from the victim and focuses on the black woman that intervened and saved Mr. Utash from the thugs. Don’t get me wrong, Deborah Hughes is a hero for stopping the attack and deserves much praise, but she’s hardly the important person in this story.

Jesse sees it differently. Never mind that white guy that got severely beaten, Jackson says he wants to reach out to Ms. Hughes and her family. In essence, he wants to make this less about a white guy being assaulted because of the color of his skin and more about a brave black woman that stood up to some criminals. What an asshole. Oh wait, I already said that.

And the reason why Jackson took so long to give this non-response to a high-profile racial attack? According to him, he was at a conference in Japan. That explains it all because there are no phones or Internet in Japan, right? He was so busy giving the Japanese crap for being too Asian that he couldn't make a brief statement. Sounds plausible to me.

Personally, I don’t think being a media whore on matters of race should be a profession, but if that’s your job; do it right. Be consistent. Don’t be a hypocrite. Racism is racism. Hate is hate. Skin color is not a requirement for victimization.

Now, we play the waiting game to see how long it will take Al Sharpton to respond.
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https://plus.google.com/112859726454235442459 Alternative News : Jesse Jackson Finally Makes A Statement About White Motorist Beating {About: A veteran,and father Steven...
Jesse Jackson Finally Makes A Statement About White Motorist Beating
{About: A veteran,and father Steven Utash, a suburban tree trimmer, was in a coma for days after being beaten in Detroit in April. He got out of his pickup truck to help a 10-year-old boy who had darted in front of his vehicle. Utash still is recovering.}

Jesse Jackson knows racism. It’s his job. He’s so good at spotting it that he can find it where others would not. The one knock on him is not that he sees things in black and white but rather just in black. The champion of racial injustice has taken considerable flak for ignoring the horrible hate crime in Detroit where white motorist Steven Utash was beaten nearly to death a group of thugs.

Where the races reversed in this case, Jackson surely would have condemned the attackers, but for two weeks now, he has been silent. Social media and the blogosphere have lit up calling Jackson a hypocrite. After all, a hate crime is no less abhorrent if the victim happens to be white. With his credibility on the line, Jackson finally broke his silence this week, saying in a phone interview:

It was an act of meanness and evil that must be handled. What they did was wrong. I know it was morally wrong. There’s ignorance based in knowledge. That’s why you have to pull the walls down and live together. Our climate is so racially charged… It’s a product of the sickness of culture.

Not only can’t he bring himself to call this a hate crime, he excuses the attackers from any culpability. You see, it’s not their fault they beat an innocent man into a coma because will live in a sick racist society. What an asshole.

And what’s with that line: there’s ignorance based in knowledge? What the hell does that mean? Having knowledge is the opposite of being ignorant. Does he have a dictionary app set to shuffle that just spews out random words for him to string together?

This “condemnation” gets even worse as Jackson tries to take all of the attention away from the victim and focuses on the black woman that intervened and saved Mr. Utash from the thugs. Don’t get me wrong, Deborah Hughes is a hero for stopping the attack and deserves much praise, but she’s hardly the important person in this story.

Jesse sees it differently. Never mind that white guy that got severely beaten, Jackson says he wants to reach out to Ms. Hughes and her family. In essence, he wants to make this less about a white guy being assaulted because of the color of his skin and more about a brave black woman that stood up to some criminals. What an asshole. Oh wait, I already said that.

And the reason why Jackson took so long to give this non-response to a high-profile racial attack? According to him, he was at a conference in Japan. That explains it all because there are no phones or Internet in Japan, right? He was so busy giving the Japanese crap for being too Asian that he couldn't make a brief statement. Sounds plausible to me.

Personally, I don’t think being a media whore on matters of race should be a profession, but if that’s your job; do it right. Be consistent. Don’t be a hypocrite. Racism is racism. Hate is hate. Skin color is not a requirement for victimization.

Now, we play the waiting game to see how long it will take Al Sharpton to respond.
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