Understanding Jesse Jackson

Former Florida Rep. Allen West, who is African-American, chided Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson, noting they condemned Florida in the wake of the Trayvon Martin shooting yet remained silent on the bus attack.

“Three 15-yr-old black teens beat up a 13-yr-old white kid because he told school officials they tried to sell him drugs,” the former Army colonel wrote on his Facebook page. “Do you hear anything from Sharpton, Jackson, NAACP, Stevie Wonder, Jay-Z, liberal media, or Hollywood? Cat got your tongues or is it that pathetic hypocrisy revealing itself once again? Y’all just make me sick.”

Jackson later said the two cases were not comparable.

Father of teen charged in Florida school bus beating says son is ‘sorry’ | Fox News

Jesse Jackson believes that it is OK for a black teenager to try to kill an Hispanic for being a creepy ass cracka, but not OK for a white kid to refuse to buy drugs from black teenagers.

One of the assailant’s fathers chimed in with Hillary’s “what difference does it make?”

“We’re sorry what happened to the victim, but that’s just the way it is”

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10 Responses to Understanding Jesse Jackson

  1. John B., M.D. says:

    One of the assailants’ father blamed his son for hanging out with the wrong crowd. Well, his son WAS the wrong crowd. Notice he paused the attack on the white boy only to pull up his sagging pants.
    Martin assaulted Zimmerman because he thought he was a gay rapist, so implies Rachel Jeantel.

  2. gator69 says:

    It is illegal for nonblacks to stop black criminals.

  3. scizzorbill says:

    I have some African American friends, and they are all White/Caucasian.

  4. Gamecock says:

    “All I can say is that he had his consequences already, you know?” McKnight said. “This is life. I am sorry what happened to the victim. It’s just the way it is. My son ain’t never been no bad person, he just got mixed [up] with bad people, that’s all … He’s sorry.”

    Just the way it is? Gangs beating children is “just the way it is?”

    “My son ain’t never been no bad person . . . .” Their kids never are. Never.

  5. papertiger says:

    It’s painful to say, but I have to float my stick with Jesse on this one.
    These incidents are not comparable.

    My anger is reserved for the bus driver. Any of the bus drivers I experienced would have would have tossed all three of the little pickaninnieys right out the back hatch, without breaking a sweat. How can you have an individual so cravin and cowardly trusted with the safety of other peoples children?
    Can you imagine what would happen if the bus were stalled on a train track.
    That worthless sob would bail to save his own skin, and leave the kids to fend on their own.

    • miked1947 says:

      The bus driver is 65 years old and the Gang has no respect for anyone. The only thing the driver could have done was killed the three, if he had a weapon. Bus drivers should be armed to defend them selves and other passengers on the bus from thugs like that.
      You and Jessie got it wrong!

  6. Lawrence13 says:

    I admire Allen West and other leading black figures that have taken this honest line. That man won’t be liked by the white left at all, but the black left are going to hate him and his ilk. This is bravery; unlike Madonna who just blasphemes against Christianity and I’m an atheist, but I can see political yellow opportunist spinelessness from some distance.

  7. Kaboom says:

    I wonder how much he likes those words spoken back to him when the police tells him his little thug rat of a son has been shot dead after he knocked over a liquor store two years from now.

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