KOmmies Show Their Love For FBI Snitch Al Sharpton
Is anybody out there really surprised that "Reverend" Al Sharpton was an FBI snitch who was forcibly turned because he was caught on tape dealing coke? Most normal folks already had "Reverend" Al pegged as a dirtbag from way back but for the KOmmies it was an astounding revelation. And the FUnniest thing is that for most KOmmies, it makes no difference. They will continue to show their love for the MSNBC host as you can see in this KOmmie THREAD, "Smoking Gun: Facts Derail Lying Al Sharpton's Informant Tale." So let us now watch the KOmmies prove in Bolshevik Red that it makes no difference how much of a lowlife Al Sharpton is as long as he is leftwing while the commentary of your humble correspondent, wondering if Al will now earn himself a raise at MSNBC, is in the [brackets]:
Smoking Gun: Facts Derail Lying Al Sharpton's Informant Tale
[GASP! Al Sharpton LIED? I'm shocked! SHOCKED!]
APRIL 9--In a desperate effort to explain away his work as a paid government informant, the Rev. Al Sharpton yesterday claimed that he first ran into the FBI’s arms after his life was threatened by gangsters, an incident that prompted him to then record 10 face-to-face encounters with one of those dangerous hoodlums. That story is a lie.
[And now the KOmmie provides a brutal summary for his fellow KOmmies...]
Ouch. It goes on to describe Sharpton's involvement with organized crime and his attempts to spin his way out of the facts. Then we get to the bottom line:
[Let's get to it!]
Here is what actually happened: The reverend was “flipped” by FBI agents three months after he was filmed in March 1983 (during a bureau sting) talking cocaine with an undercover agent. On a Thursday afternoon in June 1983, Sharpton showed up at a Manhattan apartment expecting to meet again with the undercover agent, who was posing as a former South American druglord seeking to launder money through boxing promotions. Instead, Sharpton was confronted by FBI agents who showed him the “cocaine” videotape. The panicked reverend agreed--on the spot--to cooperate with federal agents, according to sources familiar with the contents of Sharpton’s FBI informant file.
[June 1983? About a year later, "Miami Vice" began broadcasting. Unfortunately viewers would have claimed that a character like "Reverend" Al was too over the top. Now back to the author of the thread who actually has Sharpton pegged correctly but, as we shall see, many of his fellow KOmmies continue to absurdly BEEEEEEELEEEEVE in Rev. Al.]
I knew Sharpton was a scumbag as soon as the truth about the Tawana Brawley affair came to light (thus the reason for my amusement). And I hold a special place for con artists who use religion as a tool of manipulation.
[Come to think of it, exactly WHAT religion is "Reverend" Al? First Church of the Race Hustle? Now back to the author who I shall now award a Kewpie Doll for displaying a brief moment of mental clarity...]
Now, the release of his FBI files reveals that he was a two bit gangster, money launderer, coke dealer turned informant who pretended to be a community organizer.
[Qualified to become president!!!]
Of course, all that is in the past. Now he's a spokesperson for the Democratic establishment.
[Correct. Eric Holder just whined at a Sharpton Shindig. Now on to the more understanding KOmmies...]
Al was always on the side of cash. I really don't know how he got his gig on MSNBC.
[Far Leftism cleanses all sins in the eyes of MSDNC.]
Back in the Tawana Brawley days, I didn't like Sharpton, and for a long time I considered him one of the worst race hustlers. However, since then, he's won me over. His commentary on election night 2012 was much more cogent than all of the others on the msnbc panel. Having been involved in drugs myself in the early 80's, I don't feel qualified to criticize Sharpton. If he helped take down some mobsters, more power to him. The past is the past, unless someone persists with a behavior into the present and seems intent on doing so into the future. He seems to have moved beyond his early "race hustle" years and is a consistently incisive commentator. What I care about is whether he's credible now. I think he is.
[The drugs you used is what makes you now think Rev. Al is somehow credible.]
a black guy entrapped trying to buy drugs as a young man, what a shocker. Maybe there is something wrong with the racist enforcement of drug laws in this country? Naw, that couldn't be it.
[Is that you, Eric Holder?]
Sharpton has been on the front line, getting publicity over criminal injustice, for his entire life, he was famous, everyone knew his face. Whatever the circumstances of his cooperation, seems he's welcome anywhere and even criminals considered him one of them, and that allowed him to defend the innocent and help remove the worst criminals from society. It's so easy to use nasty gossip to go after a prominent Democrat - but here? OMG
[The Al Sharpton Sainthood nomination speech.]
I have the impression he became a different Al after he was stabbed, so I forgave him.
[So getting stabbed was when Al jumped the shark and became a saint?]