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‘Race Hustler’ Sharpton Gets Shredded By New York Times Op-Ed, & It’s Shockingly Accurate

WOW! How about them apples!?

John Salvatore

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Even a broken clock is right twice a day.

On Thursday, the New York Times ripped into race-baiter Al Sharpton, who has made quite a few dollars over the years doing some pretty shady stuff.

Here’s the deal…

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Brown University professor Glenn C. Loury said that Democrats are doomed to lose when they cheer-on “ambulance-chasing, anti-Semitic, anti-white race hustler” Rev. Al Sharpton.

Although Loury at first appeared to find it amusing that “two New York City hustlers” like Sharpton and President Donald Trump would be sparring over whether it’s racist to call Baltimore a “disgusting, rat and rodent-infested mess,” he began to think twice when so many Democratic presidential candidates began lauding Sharpton as a symbol of civil rights progress.

DEAD ON!

Sharpton pocketed $531,000 by selling the rights to his life story latet last year.

Nothing wrong with that, right?

Here’s the thing.

He sold the rights to his own charity.

From Fox News:

The Rev. Al Sharpton has found an eager buyer for the rights to his life story — his own charity.

The National Action Network agreed to pay the activist preacher $531,000 for his “life story rights for a 10-year period,” according to the non-profit’s latest tax filing, which was obtained by The Post.

NAN can sell the rights to Hollywood.

Sharpton, president of NAN, made over $240,000 in compensation from the group in 2017 alone.

Linda Sugin, a Fordham University Law School professor and associate dean, warns of “funny business” afoot.

Sugin: “When I see this kind of thing, it just makes me roll my eyes because there’s so much potential for funny business.

Al, Al, Al.

House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) must’ve misspoken.

How else does someone explain why she thanked Al Sharpton for “saving America?”

WATCH:

“Thank you, thank you for helping take back America.”

“Uh, people are call— all over the place are calling me, writing, airports here and there— thank you for saving America.”

“I give those thanks to you.”

“Thank you for saving America. Reverend Sharpton, thank you for saving America!”

This is like saying Hillary Clinton made America great again.

Facepalm.

Save conservative media!

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DOJ Making Moves To Break Up Google, Calling It The ‘Most Important Antitrust Case In A Generation’

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The Department of Justice is moving to file an antitrust lawsuit against Big Tech company Google on Tuesday after a very thorough investigation was launched into the company over alleged monopolistic behavior. This lawsuit will allege that Google has been engaging in practices deemed to be “anticompetitive” in order to help insulate and protect its search and search-advertising businesses, according to a source from the Justice Department. via Daily Wire: Google has frozen out competitors through contracts between the tech giant and browsers, carriers, and mobile phone manufacturers that give Google such prime standing as the default search engine across a variety of platforms as to bar any competitors from beginning to compete with the tech giant. Googles search queries make up roughly 80% of all those in the U.S. Google has argued in the past that billions of people choosing to use its product every day is evidence of the company’s competitive edge, not monopolistic behavior. The legal battle between the tech giant and the U.S. government is likely to span years. The lawsuit follows an investigation into the company that lasted for more than a year and took place in a wider investigation into Silicon Valley tech giants for alleged anticompetitive practices. The president himself has been among the most ardent voices speaking out about the monopolistic behavior of tech companies like Google, Facebook, and Twitter, as well as drawing attention to their censorship of conservative views. Some of Trump’s most loyal supporters, like Sen. Josh Hawley, were very pleased to hear about the lawsuit. “Today’s lawsuit is the most important antitrust case in a generation. Google and its fellow Big Tech monopolists exercise unprecedented power over the lives of ordinary Americans, controlling everything from the news we read to the security of our most personal information,” the…

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Trump Tells Barr To ‘Act Fast’ And ‘Appoint Somebody’ To Look Into Hunter Biden Business Dealings

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President Donald Trump told Attorney General William Barr on Tuesday that he needs to “act” and “appoint somebody” to start digging into Hunter Biden’s rather shady business dealings. The urging comes after almost a dozen GOP House members have been suggesting the president tap a special counsel to launch an investigation into all of the alleged documentation and information that was recently pulled from a water damaged laptop believed to have belonged to the younger Biden. The president mentioned all of this during an interview on “Fox & Friends” Tuesday morning where he slammed Joe Biden and his son saying he “walked around like a vacuum.” via Fox News: “This is the laptop from hell,” Trump said. “Even if he didn’t get all of this money, you can’t go to China and have the son walk out with $1.5 billion. … You can’t go to Ukraine with $83,000 a month. … You can’t get $3.5 million from the mayor of Moscow’s wife.” “And you didn’t have a job before your father was vice president,” Trump continued. “You can’t go and go with your father and every stop you make, you pick up $1 billion.” He added: “The vice president got a kickback, and everybody knows it, and they’ve known it a long time.” One of the emails that supposedly belongs to Hunter Biden, which was obtained by Fox News, is dated for May 13, 2017, and includes talk of “renumeration packages” for six different individuals involved in a business deal with a Chinese energy company. According to the message, Hunter Biden is the “Chair/Vice Chair depending on an agreement with CEFC,” which was a reference to the now-bankrupt CEFC China Energy Company. That same message also contains a note that says “Hunter has some office expectations he will elaborate.” There’s…

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