Confused About The Real Victim : After 2 NYPD Are Shot Execution Style Al Sharpton Whines About Threatening Phone Messages (Hey Al Your Phone Messages Don’t Trump People Actually Dying)
It’s probably not too surprising that notorious race baiter, and perennial liberal complainer, Al Sharpton, is whining that his voicemail box has been filled with at least one threatening message since the tragic execution of New York City police officers Rafael Ramos and Wenjian Liu by deranged cop hater Ismaaiyl Brinsley.
In an obvious attempt to divert public ire away from the irresponsible actions of his own anti-police protests in the wake of these officer’s deaths, Sharpton’s attempt to flip the script by portraying himself as the true victim is a nauseating spectacle that we have come to associate with the Reverend from Harlem.
Sharpton Redefines "Intense Threat" at Press Conference
As New York City goes through the painful process of burying its fallen heroes in blue, Reverend Sharpton called a hastily convened press conference to complain that he had received an angry voicemail and was referring the matter over to the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
"I have instructed our attorneys last night, I have begun receiving threatening phone calls and hate. I’ll play one because I’m turning this over to the FBI," Sharpton complained at the press conference before reading an excerpt of the alleged threatening message.
"The language is ‘hey N-word, stop killing innocent people, I’m going to get you,’ and I have several like this." Sharpton complained before adding, "So we are now under intense threat."
After spending months influencing the twisted minds of people of the likes of Ismaaiyl Brinsley, Sharpton feels under "intense threat."
It’s safe to say that the members of the New York City Police Department, who are tasked with keeping the city safe even as Sharpton enflames the populous against them, have a different definition of the term "intense threat"
The Blame Belongs with the Reverend
Sharpton has been instrumental in ratcheting up hatred for our nation’s police departments in the aftermath of looting and violence in Ferguson, Missouri last summer. Given the craven nature of the Reverend’s character in the past, it is not surprising that he is attempting to cast himself as the victim after his angry rhetoric led to the execution-style deaths of officers Ramos and Liu.