Al Sharpton Goes Full Conman With False Attack On Christian Trump Supporters

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Al Sharpton was recently heckled in Baltimore by people who know his game. He went to get publicity for himself after Trump went after Baltimore on Twitter.

The crowd knew what Sharpton was up to and called him a conman and told him to go back to New York.

That is the proper response when Sharpton brings his shakedown act to a town near you or a TV. Today he ripped Evangelical Christian supporters of President Donald Trump with a false attack. He sounds like he is projecting, doesn’t he?

He actually said Christian leaders “would sell Jesus out if they felt they could get something from it.”

Al Sharpton remember is famous for selling out his ethics, morals, constituents and anyone else near him for a buck or a TV appearance.

He is the ultimate huckster and it is truly a disgrace MSNBC lets him on to spew his nonsense.

From Newsweek:

“We had the editor of Christianity Today on PoliticsNation last night and he made it very clear, this is not a political position, it’s a moral one,” Sharpton, a prominent civil rights leader who hosts PoliticsNation on MSNBC, said during a Monday segment of MSNBC’s Morning Joe.

Sharpton noted that Galli had specifically stated that he generally agrees with many of the president’s political positions, particularly on abortion and conservative judicial nominees. However, the Evangelical editor has argued this is a moral issue, not a political one.

“He not only exposes the president, but he exposes a lot of the Evangelical leaders,” the reverend told Morning Joe.

“He says, but you can’t get away from his immorality, you can’t get away from his divisiveness, his lying, his race baiting,” Sharpton continued.

“He laid it out. I think there’s a scripture that said what profits a man to gain the world and lose his own soul, he’s actually challenging them that, are you bargaining and selling your soul for some judicial appointments and some other things that the right wants but you’ve given up the soul of the church? What do we stand for?”

The civil rights leader argued that the author of the Christianity Today editorial was “exposing” that Evangelical leaders would “take the shameless conman [Trump] over the principles that they’re preaching in the holy season as we celebrate Jesus.”

He argued that the Christian leaders “would sell Jesus out if they felt they could get something from it, is the inference he’s saying from his editorial. And that’s sad on many levels.”