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Defying Critics, Bill de Blasio Embraces Al Sharpton on His Home Turf

Defying critics in the police department and media, Mayor Bill de Blasio returned to Rev. Al Sharpton’s National Action Network headquarters today for a Martin Luther King Jr. 538 more words

Exploring “Rev” Al’s Corporate Shakedown Racket

Comment by Jim Campbell, Citizen Journalist, Oath Keeper and Patriot.

Shades of Mafia extortion dipped in black.

And many more cops to follow.

It’s truly amazing that this con man is not behind bars.  1,118 more words


The Sins of the Reverend

Al Sharpton hosts a show for MSNBC and is a public speaker, both of which bring in money for him. However, there are more details behind his finances that have raised some eyebrows – and, it’s just not the money he owes in back taxes or the fact that his ventures are in debt. 1,298 more words


The Sharpton Scheme: Corporations pay off Reverend Al in exchange for 'sway', 'silence' in black community

New York Post: Want to influence a casino bid? Polish your corporate image? Not be labeled a racist?

Then you need to pay Al Sharpton. 94 more words


Sharpton's National Action Network Chairmen Continues Back Door Deals with Republican Astorino

Westchester County will pay $1 million to buy a piece of property in Mount Vernon and sell it back to Grace Baptist Church for more senior housing. 392 more words


How Sharpton gets paid to not cry ‘racism’ at corporations

by Isabel Vincent and Melissa Klein
January 4, 2015

Want to influence a casino bid? Polish your corporate image? Not be labeled a racist?  53 more words


This Racial Division Is Proudly Sponsored By NBC and Comcast

December 23rd, 2014 • iizthatiiz

Reporter Melissa Francis has revealed how NBC and Comcast have been bankrolling the race dividing activism of Al Sharpton.  It is well known that Sharpton is the paid host of MSNBC’s daily broadcast of ‘Politics Nation’, but the investigation by Francis uncovers how the financial ties between Sharpton and these corporations run much deeper… 48 more words