If you think Al Sharpton says some pretty outrageous things today, you should have heard him back in the day when he looked more like a black Pillsbury Doughboy.
And he always got away with it — something conservatives can never do without getting called to the carpet, according to Fox News Channel’s Jesse Watters.
“Republicans can’t even use certain words but the liberal mob does whatever it wants?” he said on the latest installment of “Watters’ World.” “That’s righteous anger seeking social justice? Sure.”
And as for an example, Watters played a recently discovered clip of Sharpton, “the peacemaker,” speaking, or rather, screaming at New Jersey’s Kean College on police misconduct.
His solution? Kill police officers.
“I don’t believe in marching!” he yelled. “I believe in offing the pigs! Well they got pigs out here! You ain’t offed one of them!”
The media must have been asleep during that one.
That provided the perfect segue into a “Watters’ World” panel discussion into who is really responsible for the rancor, division and violent political climate.
Watch the clip via Fox News.
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