1996 : Jesse Jackson Was Afraid Of Black People


“There is nothing more painful to me … than to walk down the street and hear footsteps and start thinking about robbery, then look around and see somebody white and feel relieved.”

– Jesse Jackson

Harvard’s ‘Talented Tenth’ – US News and World Report

In four weeks, Jesse’s son will be sentenced for defrauding the people of Illinois and stealing $750,000.

On Tuesday, the court announced the new date was Aug. 14.

The former congressman faces up to four years in prison and his wife, former Ald. Sandi Jackson, up to 18 months.  The disgraced former political power couple pleaded guilty in February to looting Jesse Jackson Jr.’s campaign fund of $750,000. They will be sentenced in Washington, D.C., where the FBI investigation originated.

Sentencing for Jesse Jackson Jr. and wife moved to Aug. 14 – Chicago Sun-Times

Jesse Sr. has recently determined that (not-guilty) George Zimmerman is the root of all evil.

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4 Responses to 1996 : Jesse Jackson Was Afraid Of Black People

  1. Jim McCulley says:

  2. Eric Simpson says:

    Jesse J is saying that white people are wimps. You know, white people can’t jump. They can’t mug. Wimpy non-muggers. But a plump 5′ 7″ white man could take on an athletic 6′ 3″ 17 year old black youth. It makes sense that the youth would have been easily overpowered and pummeled by the vicious and pudgy short person, as a witness said “like a dog attack.” Short people, “we don’t need no short people ’round here” Trayvon must of been screaming. And the youth’s supple skin absorbed all the blows so no injury was shown, Only Travon’s knuckles showed injury, from blocking so many brutal blows from the little white man. And the white man’s obvious bloody injuries were not caused by Trayvon attacking, but by Whoknows. Oh, but it was actually the Hispanic part of Zimmerman that jumped forward and terrorized the youth. That’s the ticket.

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