Rev Jesse Jackson Sr (RevJJackson) on Twitter
Frowned upon? Like eating between meals or talking loudly on your phone in a restaurant. I’m guessing that Jesse didn’t actually say a prayer for the family of Chris Lane.
How about stealing $750,000 from your constituents, and getting your hand slapped by a paid-off judge?
h/t to Dave G
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Using campaign funds for personal expenses is frowned upon. Oh wait, it’s illegal and so is murder.
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Jackson and Sharpton should feel plenty of guilt. Instead of focusing on the improvement of underprivileged black youths, Al and Jesse make sure they know they are victims who can blame any failure on societal oppression and are perfectly justified when lashing out at society because of it. Victimhood is a terrible thing to foist on the young.
Obama made the Martin/Zimmerman incident into a global issue to galvanise other bored democrat voters when he was looking shaky in the 2012 election campaign. Him and his white house team could care less now about how many of his sons shoot people in the back. Golf, dog helicopter flights and carbon taxes are top of the WH agenda. What a putz!
Why is everyone so desperate to deny Chris Lane’s murder was a hate crime?
The silence of the racists progressives in the USA is deafening … well what’s got your tongue, Obummer ?
Jesse Jackson Sr. is just playing the “Imam” card–the killing is secondary, the main point he wants to get across, mainly to black youth, is that he is the voice of moral authority, and he is displeased.
He is displeased they got caught! He is displeased they might not have an opportunity to do a repeat performance! He is pleased his Buds inside will have fresh meat after the trial.
We see the value of white folks in Jackson’s world. Not worth marches or rallies. Just mumble a few words and move on…
Jackson, Sr. stole money too? I thought it was just his son.
Anyway, I actually appreciated Jackson, Sr.’s expanded statement he released (not just the twitter comment). He took a step in the direction of productive dialogue – can’t say the same of Sharpton, NAACP, or Obama.
I don’t agree with all of it, but that’s O.K. This is a step in the right direction.
With Jackson, as with the rest of the libs, it is all about optics. A friend of mine’s daughter was studying law in Chicago. A few years back, she attended a Jackson presser for the hell of it. She is a pretty blonde who didn’t know Jackson personally. The place was packed with the lapdog media. Just before Jackson walked up to the lectern with his all black entourage, he walked over to her and asked her to join him onstage. She had no doubt this was an effort to promote his rainbow coalition fantasy. All about optics….