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Obama’s Sharpton Association Sends Anti Police Message

Posted by: : Paul EbelingPosted on: December 28, 2014 Obama's Sharpton Association Sends Anti Police Message

Obama’s Sharpton Association Sends Anti Police Message

Former New York Mayor Rudolph Giuliani refused to back down Sunday from his comments that US President Barack Hussein Obama has engaged in anti police propaganda. 

Mr. Giuliani said on Sunday 21 December, “We’ve had 4 months of propaganda, starting with the president, that everybody should hate the police.”

Guest host, Major Garrett pointed out this Sunday on Face the Nation that the Washington Post Fact Checker gave that claim four Pinocchios, adding that he covers Mr. Obama “every single day,” and, “I’ve never detected anything that comes along the line of propaganda, urging the country to hate police.”

Mr. Giuliani said Mr. Garrett and the W-P missed an important point.

Al Sharpton’s presence next to Obama when discussing the police. Those actions speak volumes, the former Mayor said.

“If you would like to have a poster boy for hating the police it’s Al Sharpton,” Mr. Giuliani said. “You make Al Sharpton a close adviser, you are gonna turn the police in America against you. You are gonna tell the police in America: We don’t understand you.”

Mr. Giuliani had his own run-ins with Rev. Sharpton during his days as Mayor, and has said he refused to legitimize him by bringing him to the table.

“You put Al Sharpton next to you, you just told everyone, I’m against the police,” he told Mr. Garrett.

Mr. Giuliani compared the Obama-Sharpton relationship to his days as a US attorney fighting the Mafia.

If “I had Joe Colombo sitting next to me, you would say I was a big hypocrite, wouldn’t you?”

Mr. Giuliani said Mr. Obama sends representatives to the funerals of people killed during the commission of crimes, but has not made any strong comments about the killings of NYPD officers Rafael Ramos and Wenjian Liu on 20 December by a man who vowed on social media to exact revenge on police for the death of Eric Garner during an arrest in Staten Island.

While police and firefighters  had issues with Mr. Giuliani for not giving them raises during his 1st 2 yrs in office, the former mayor disputed Mr. Garrett’s assertion that police had turned their backs on him as they literally have done twice toMr. de Blasio since the killings of Ramos and Liu.

Mr. Giuliani said it was wrong for officers to take the action against Mr. de Blasio and also wrong for the police union head Pat Lynch to blame the mayor for the officers’ deaths.

But he said Mayor de Blasio should apologize to the NYPD. “I think he’d get this over with if he did it,” Mr. Giuliani said.

“Mayor de Blasio, please say you’re sorry to them for having created a false impression of them,” he said.

Have a terrific week.


Paul Ebeling


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  • curly4

    The media seems to not remember the way Obama treated the police every time there has a confrontation between a black person and the police. Remember the confrontation between the black professor and the police sergeant? Obama took the position that the police was in the wrong even before he had the facts. The same with the Travon Martin/Zimmerman case also. Zimmerman was guilty even before the facts was in. In the Brown case the first thing Obama said/did was to send in the Att General in to try to find any civil rights violations. The same with the choking case in NYC. Condemned the police even before hearing or knowing the facts in the case.
    During the same time frame there have been many white young men killed by police and others and none of these even brought notice to anybody not even the national news other than to mention it somewhere on the third page so to speak.

    • Paul Ebeling

      Barack Hussein Obama and Eric Holder have not said anything substantial about the assassination of the two NYPD officers at the hand of a Great Society welfare thug in the 10 days since it happened. Yet, both were all over the recent incidents where police were upholding the law. Quaint!

  • Sammy Caras Zayante

    Comparing Al Sharpton to Joe Colombo? Ok, Rudy. The problem isn’t that Obama has Sharpton at the table. The problem is you cast a civil rights activist as the leader of a violent organized crime family.

  • dmiller7481

    I believe President Obama has done a good job turning this country around but I do find his association with Al Sharpton troubling. Al Sharpton is not the type of race-problem solver this country needs. His only motive is to make money and parade himself around in front of the public at the expense of black americans facing tragedy. Using race to stir up emotion will never solve the problem and only make it worse. Coveniently the good the police do for our communities and the crime problem we are experiencing in some neighborhoods is never talked about.

    • Paul Ebeling

      He had virtually nothing to do with this nation’s financial turn around.

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