[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]MSNBC’s Al Sharpton claims to be a man of God, but I, for one refuse to ever use the word ‘reverend’ in reference to him. The word ‘reverend’ would infer a man of God, one who is holy, and given Sharpton’s penchant for riling up trouble, actions that have led to the deaths of some and the ruining of the lives of others based upon lies and half-truths, I do not see how that title would apply to him. After seeing what he said about the devastating floods that took place in Houston and Texas Hill Country, I see the title of reverend apply even less to ol’ race baiting, hate spewing Al.
[/vc_column_text][banner300 banner=”5517620b381df”][vc_column_text]The former FBI informant, tax evader, and Obama adviser took to Twitter and asked a question that is simply unconscionable given the fact that 15 people have died in the Texas floods, with an additional 14 dead in Mexico and six in Oklahoma. In addition, people are still missing from the Texas floods that caused unbelievable destruction.
— Reverend Al Sharpton (@TheRevAl) May 27, 2015
Do you notice that Sharpton is only giving two choices as to why the floods in Texas occurred? According to Shaprton, the floods were either to do climate change, a made-up liberal phenomenon, or God’s rebuke. God’s rebuke? From what, Al? From Texas being an overall conservative state? From Texas wanting to protect its borders? From Texas fighting to maintain their state sovereignty as guaranteed by the Constitution. According to the Daily Caller, Sharpton’s did indeed speak about this issue on his radio show.
“Talking about the weather,” Sharpton said on his syndicated show. “All of the storms, the tornadoes, the flooding in Texas. Is this a rebuke from God, which many callers said today it is. And others are saying it is just a natural result of man using fossil fuels and abusing the environment — and it’s climate change, global warning. We’ve done it to ourselves.”
[/vc_column_text][banner300 banner=”553157113d3ff”][vc_column_text]The folks on Twitter did not let professional racial grievance industry profiteer Sharpton off the hook and let him know exactly what they thought about this disturbing pondering.
.@TheRevAl Do you think The Rev’s dumb questions are related to a broken education system or just plain idiocy? Call 8775325797 or tweet me
— Eric D. Silver (@RealEricSilver) May 27, 2015
— Anthony Bialy (@AnthonyBialy) May 27, 2015
Those are probably not the responses Al was looking for, but they’re brilliant.