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Al Sharpton: ‘Where does Rand Paul get off talking about civil rights?’

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Michael Dorstewitz
Biz Pac Review
March 21, 2014

MSNBC host Al Sharpton, who brings race race up at every opportunity, wanted to know where U.S. Sen. Rand Paul got off talking about racial issues.

Sharpton noted during his Thursday show that Paul stated in a New York Times interview, “the first African American president ought to be a little more conscious of” government abuses in the past in which civil rights leaders had been spied upon.

“Where does Ron [sic] Paul get off talking about race and civil rights at all?” Sharpton wanted to know. He referred to a statement Paul had made early in his political career in which the senator wondered if the Civil Rights Act of 1964 may have been overly broad, resulting in an erosion of private property rights.

“That’s inexcusable,” Sharpton said. Perhaps, but not nearly as inexcusable as Sharpton’s repeated shoehorning of race into every issue and event.

Paul walked his previous statement back during an address at Howard University in April when he said, “No Republican questions or disputes civil rights. I’ve never wavered in my support for civil rights or the Civil Rights Act.”

Watch Sharpton’s monologue, then check out “Fox’s Dana Perino is pushed to her limit; liberal co-host Beckel makes her snap.”

This article was posted: Friday, March 21, 2014 at 6:26 am





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