Race-Hustler Al Sharpton to Hold Summit of NY Black Leaders on State’s Rampant Crime


Let me just get this out first. Al Sharpton, a master race-hustler, is being brought in to address New York’s rising murder rate and other violent crimes. This is similar to Moore hiring an independent filmmaker to create a plan to decrease obesity among regular McDonald’s customers.

Politico reported that Reverand Al has organized a summit of Black leaders across the state in January to “forge consensus on tackling criminality.” This is after New York Democrats clashed over bail reform and the party lost three House members to Republicans in midterm elections, which were dominated by public safety.

Consider the following before we move on:

Black Americans, or Black Democrat Americans, currently hold historic numbers of positions in the Empire State. These include both elected and appointed positions. They include the state attorney general, three of the four U.S. Attorneys from New York, the lieutenant Governor, the mayors for New York and Buffalo, New York City’s police chief and Manhattan’s district attorney. Just saying.

Sharpton is to be credited for his comments. Before I eviscerate Sharpton, later), the veteran race-baiter stated in a recent interview that he was concerned that Black leaders aren’t meeting collectively to address New York City’s rising crime rate.

They haven’t been together in the room to discuss crime. Were they not able to talk together?

Great question, Al. They haven’t. You would have to be living in Antarctica in order to not notice New York’s rampant crime, drug use, and, most importantly, the Black-on-Black killings on the streets. Why would the “powerful” Black leaders not meet to address this crime epidemic?

Sharpton spoke highly of the number of Blacks in power, referring to the first Black New Yorker elected in the U.S House of Representatives in 1945.

There are more Blacks than Adam Clayton Powell could ever have imagined. We must find a way to all agree to these three things.

Sharpton was correct, I’m sure, but it is unlikely that it will happen. His assembly of Black leaders will begin with the tired excuses of “systemic racist” and “police violence,” but ignores gang activity and Black-on Black murder rates, lax prison sentences and the rampant release and cashless bail. The Rev might be better off leaving his private jet in the hangar and staying home.

Sharpton is also to be credited for his recent comments on MSNBC’s Morning Joe:

What is being misunderstood is that people are misunderstanding the need for criminal justice reform, police reform, and proper policing. As crime increases in certain areas, [with] more police, we elected Eric Adams, a black mayor of New York. He had overwhelming support from blacks.

It is clear that Sharpton, and New York’s Black communities, are desperate for solutions to violent crimes, despite the fact Sharpton channeled Kamala Harris with the word salad.

It is now a question of whether the national Democrat narratives of “white supremacy”, “systemic racism” and “police brutality,” will continue to block the path to making it happen.