What does it tell you about the country that we live in when a man who possesses zero integrity takes it upon himself to question the integrity of others? I think it safe to say that our country is still in a state of being somewhat upside down. And what makes it all the more troublesome, is the fact that man doing the questioning bills himself as being a ‘reverend’. I was totally unaware that one could be ordained by a box of ‘Cracker Jack’. And judging this man solely by his behavior I have a very hard time believing that he is in any way, a man of God.
All of this brings me to Al ‘Not So’ Sharpton who this past Sunday on MS(LSD), said in light of allegations of an affair with a porn star and the “Access Hollywood” tape, evangelical leaders who supported President Donald Trump should have their integrity questioned. So I’m guessing a guy who owes the IRS $5 Million in back taxes, who has incited riots that have resulted in the death of innocent people, is guilty of slandering others in an effort to promote himself, is a man who belongs in prison, this guy is justified to call into question the integrity of others? Don’t think so!
It was Old ‘Not So’ who said, “I mean, I think when you look at the Access Hollywood tape, when you look at even President Trump’s comments about other people based on other than the Christian religion, his Islamophobia and all, I think to give all of that a pass, the Evangelical leaders, I think, is to really begin to question the integrity of some of them that have presented themselves as these leaders of faith and belief that will give people a pass based on their wanting access to power. I think it is very unfortunate.” Odd coming from such a blatant religious hypocrite!
Let’s face it, Sharpton is little more than a walking advertisement for bigotry of every sort and for hate in its purest form. All he has done for as long as I can remember is to accuse others of what he’s most guilty of. Sharpton long ago sold out the black community. For him, as well as for the Democrat Party, blacks have become little more than a means to an end. And while I would like to think that someday blacks in this country will come to realize this, the odds are against it since there are so still many working to convince them that there’s really no need to pull back the curtain.
And to be honest, Sharpton deserves all the derision that he gets, and deserves every personal attack that’s ever thrown at him. Has Sharpton ever once talked about the immorality within the Democrat/Progressive? That said, I’m willing to provide the president a pass because he IS the moral choice, in a relative sense, over any Democrat. Sharpton, because of his lack of moral criticism against the Democrats and his own immoral behavior, disqualifies him as a moral arbiter. The president is trying to save lives and the Democrats are not capable of standing against death.
Look, President Trump has never claimed to be perfect, after all who among us is. And that said I would much rather support someone who is honest about who he is, who is an imperfect person, yet who works for policies that I support, over a politician who pretends to be perfect, who falsely presents himself, or herself, as being honest and above reproach, while promoting policies that will only serve to buy the most votes or attract the most campaign funds. That’s the choice we were given. I will not say I voted for the lesser of two evils, I will say that I voted for the best candidate.
And I continue to stand by the choice I made in the last election, and so far, for the most part, the results continue to justify my vote. And no shaming by a shameless race-baiting hypocrite like Sharpton is going to change that. He is the very last person who should be calling into question the integrity of ANYONE. Here we have a so-called ‘reverend’ who has spent his entire life in the gutter. And what’s worse, is that all he has done is to spend time convincing blacks that the gutter is the place to be. And sadly far too many seem to have taken him up on that.
And while I’m not about to try to convince anyone that President Trump is in any way a perfect man, keep in mind that he was the first president ever to attend and speak at the March for Life Rally in Washington, D.C. He also ceased making abortion a cornerstone of American foreign policy. He’s proven himself to be a true friend of Israel, making it clear that Jerusalem belongs to Israel – not ‘Palestinians.’ He has appointed strict constructionist judges across the entire federal judiciary. He also made it a feature to honor Christ at Christmas time.
I don’t see this president covering up any crosses in the vicinity before he makes a speech, or mandating that people of the Christian faith must compromise their beliefs so that others feel ‘included’ or get access to federally-funded abortions. The contrast between this president and the last one, insofar as moral leadership, could not be more pronounced. And I might add that it was the last president for whom Al ‘Not So’ Sharpton was considered to be a ‘spiritual advisor.’ Is that a hoot, or what? That says much about both Sharpton and he whom he was ‘advising.’