Al Sharpton is one of the most divisive figures in the liberal party.
The “Civil Rights” activist makes a habit out of infusing racism into situations where there is none.
And now the Baptist Minister said something crazy about Kaepernick that will infuriate you.
What can one say about Al Sharpton?
Sharpton is a political radical and is directly responsible for the deterioration of race relations in the United States.
He is a self-appointed spokesperson for liberal causes and was even a candidate for the Democratic nomination for President in 2004.
But what has Sharpton done besides divide this country, especially within the African American community?
Sociologist Orlando Patterson once referred to him as a “racial arsonist,” and not a truer comparison has ever been spoken of him since.
And now with Sean ‘P Diddy” Combs and Colin Kaepernick trying to buy the Carolina Panthers in the offseason, Sharpton of course had something divisive and racist to say about the transaction.
The Daily Caller reports:
“Diddy’s chances of becoming the Carolina Panthers’ next owner are likely slim, but he has a lot of people in his corner who are hoping the rap mogul can make it happen.
Shortly after current Panthers owner Jerry Richardson announced he would be selling the team at season’s end, Diddy voiced his interest in purchasing his team and signing Colin Kaepernick at quarterback.
While Kaepernick didn’t respond to the rapper’s plan to sign him as a player, he expressed interest in joining the ownership group.
TMZ caught up with Al Sharpton in New York on Thursday when he offered his opinion about Diddy and Kaepernick joining up to buy the team.
“[Diddy] would be a perfect mixture of business acumen and pizzazz,” Sharpton said, pointing to the entertainer’s experience as a business man with his clothing line. “I think Colin Kaepernick, aside from his noted and in my opinion heroic activism, is a football scholar.
He knows the game, so I think either one would be good.”
Sharpton also said he believes it’s about time the NFL owners welcome people like Diddy and Kaepernick into their elite group and “join the 21st century.”
“They would bring them into a new paradigm of how we do professional sports in the 21st century.
The NFL owners are last-century mentality and culture, and they need to have owners that can identify and deal with the marketplace today.
And both of these guys have penetrated the marketplace today.”
It’s probably safe to say Sharpton isn’t exactly an authority when it comes to running a sports team, but he’s clearly on board with Diddy and Kaep running the team in Carolina.”
You can watch the video here:
Diddy Gets Full Support from Al Sharpton, ‘Perfect’ for NFL https://t.co/rf8EpSlu4Y
— TMZ (@TMZ) December 21, 2017
It’s ironic that Sharpton has the audacity to say “Join the 21st century” when he’s clearly living in a different time and hasn’t even joined 2017 yet.