Anti-Semite Al Sharpton Invited On TV To Lecture Us On Anti-Semitism

( Reverend Al Sharpton was invited on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” to lecture to the audience on the evil of antisemitism, according to Free Beacon. The segment was particularly hypocritical given the fact that Joe Scarborough, the show’s host, and former congressman, once condemned Sharpton for reportedly harboring antisemitic views.

Sharpton was asked to discuss the recent reports of former President Donald Trump having dinner with Kanye West and white nationalist Nick Fuentes. While recent reports and interviews with Ye since have disproven that Trump knew anything about Fuentes, that has been seen as hardly an excuse to many.

The dinner was condemned by many Democrats and Republicans, including Sharpton, who told Scarborough that Donald Trump and the Republican Party are preaching to an empty church and are becoming irrelevant.

“They’ve emptied out the church, so to speak, because people that really do not want to go that far and be perceived or in fact be bigots, biased, anti-Semites, racists are not gonna continue to allow them to preach to the choir that they think extols this,” he said, adding that Republicans will only tolerate this behavior if somewhere deep down inside of them they believe it.

In March 2000, Joe Scarborough, who was serving Florida’s 1st district as a representative, sponsored a resolution condemning Sharpton for his antisemitism. Scarborough accused him of inciting violence, riots, and murder in the Crown Heights section of Brooklyn, New York.

The Crown Heights riots of August 1991 were one of the worst antisemitic riots that took place in the state where black residents allegedly attacked Orthodox Jewish people in the area. Sharpton was said to spark the embers when he reportedly accused a Hasidic-run ambulance of ignoring two black children who were struck by a car.

Sharpton also spoke at the funeral of one of the children who were struck in the accident and a protestor held up a sign saying, “Hitler didn’t finish the job.”