Every station you turn to appears to have a headline which includes the name Al Sharpton.
Sharpton, is the president of the National Action Network and is considered by some to be a spokesperson for issues relating to the Black community. Sharpton has a long history of stirring up the race rhetoric, most recently, in Ferguson, Missouri after the police shooting death of Michael Brown. Sharpton organizers rallied up and down the country where protesters marched and chanted, Black Lives Matter, and Hands up don’t shoot in protest.
Shortly after the death of Eric Garner who died during his arrest in New York, Sharpton upped his rhetoric and soon the “I can’t breathe” chants were heard around the nation.
Sharpton and his protesters have been supported by the Obama administration, the Mayor of New York and others.
Given that the heated rhetoric may have provoked a lone…
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