Forgiveness Olympics: Al Sharpton Accepts Apology of Man Who Called His Daughter a N*****

Forgiveness Olympics: Al Sharpton Accepts Apology of Man Who Called His Daughter a N*****
August 04 10:40 2015 Print This Article

by Yvette Carnell

In forgiveness Olympics news today, Al Sharpton has accepted the apology of a former adviser to Donald Trump who called his daughter a n*****.

Adviser Sam Nunberg was let go from Trump’s team after posting racially inflammatory comments on Facebook.

Sharpton initially blasted Nunberg for describing President Barack Obama as “Kenyan” and “Muslim,” and a 2007 post where Nunberg called Sharpton’s daughter “N—!”

“You would have to wonder why this guy would be comfortable enough to post this on his Facebook and then have that job and not be concerned … that someone that does not have views that are racial would even be open to him being around them,” Sharpton initially told Business Insider. “This appears to me to be very much his persona. This is not a secret.”

Nunberg, however, sent Mr. Sharpton a letter on Monday apologizing and asking for forgiveness. Sharpton quickly forgave Nunberg and explained his reasoning.

“Trump did the right thing” by firing Mr. Nunberg, explained Sharpton, “and the guy did the right thing to admit he was wrong and apologize.”

Sharpton added that he once “forgave a guy who stabbed me once in Bensonhurst.”

“Unlike others who have had accusations, he at least did not deny the gravity of what he did,” Mr. Sharpton said of Nunberg.

Actually, Nunberg had no choice but to own up to it since the posts were unearthed on Facebook. He had little choice but to apologize after he’d been found out.

Still, this is what African-Americans are far too often willing to accept. Remember how gleeful so many blacks were that Clinton apologized for slavery?

Black people loved Clinton because he “publicly called Africa the cradle of civilization” and “apologized” for slavery, said Tom Joyner, when writing about how important Clinton was to blacks.

Even though that apology wasn’t accompanied with a check for all the wealth and labor stolen from blacks throughout generations?

Most conservative (even, especially evangelicals) still haven’t forgiven Sharpton for that Tawana Brawley debacle, but Sharpton acts as a forgiveness machine, doling it out to anyone who needs their conscious soothed so that they can re-enter the fray of American politics with disclaimer, “Hey, Rev. Al forgave me!”  This is part of Al’s role in the public sphere. He knows it. And his racial performative preacher politics have bestowed upon him a life that wouldn’t have been possible without it.

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BlackheywoodHeywood
BlackheywoodHeywood

Sharpton is a con man, charaltan, Obama sycophant andasskisser. He is out for himself, he accepted the apology because he had no choice. One perk of Obama leaving office is that he'll take hisasskisser and enemy of Black people Al Sharpton with him.

hiroader2
hiroader2

Apologies are weightless in regards to these politically incorrect attacks reaching their target audience.... There's a public for the n-word used in his manner... WHO get the"Politically Incorrect" constituency...? Who are the"Politically incorrect" constituents...?...

Johnw11
Johnw11

Actually, Sharpton (CI-7) will say anything to keep his hustle going. He knows what's expected of him in his role as one of the mis-leaders, whose job it is to lead Blacks to their doom.

He praised the confused family members in Charleston for allowing themselves to be used as propaganda pawns in their "forgiveness" ignorance of the racist-terrorist who murdered their loved ones while they worshipped in church. He knows his role.

He pretends to disagree with the right-wingers, but has a long history of working for them for money. He even so-called "ran" for the U.S. presidency in 2004. His "campaign" was completely paid for and managed by Roger Stone, a leader of the Tea Party who is so rabidly right-winged that, according to the New York Times, Stone has a tattooed likeness of Richard Nixon on Stone's Back. People who keep up with such matters will recall that Stone led the U.S. Supreme Court fight to have the Florida vote-count stopped in the 2000 Bush II vs. Gore race, leading to Bush II being chosen as president, not by voters, but by the Supreme Court.

That decision led to tens of thousands of African Americans being denied the right to have their votes counted. The greatest obstruction of Blacks' voting rights since Old Jim Crow.

In typical sociopathic mode, with no shame or guilt, Sharpton now markets himself as a champion of Blacks "voting rights." 

He has for the past 7 years told bald faced lies in aiding and abetting the Obama administration's destruction of Black America in every aspect. He does this without any shame or guilt. He leads fake marches in response to the highly publicized lynching of Blacks. He ingratiates himself to grieving family members, who mistakenly believe that his involvement will bring them justice. But his interest is not justice, but to control and steer the movement responses into ineffectiveness at the behest of his boss. And then, Sharpton and his country lawyer buddy, convinces the family members to end their quest for justice  with "civil suit" hush money.

His boss has no intention of arresting the lynchers, which is why none have been arrested and charged with federal crimes as is indicated (except one, whose federal charges are meaningless because he is already in jail charged with 9 counts of murder at the time the federal charges were brought).

Sharpton, after leading fake marches for "justice" then  knowingly falsely tells his UNINFORMED followers that "congress" must pass a law before charges can be brought against the lynchers. His followers, whose intelligence he obviously has no respect for, swallow it whole -- even though most of them are old enough to remember that Papa Bush prosecuted Rodney King's lynchers after they'd been set free in local court and it did not require an act of congress.

It is no wonder that every case where lynchers have been charged by local prosecutors, are the very cases that Sharpton has NOT been involved in.

Sharpton is a con man -- and, like his boss, he is a very good one too.

Throughout his hustling career, he has acted as an informant (and that's documented), going into communities, identifying "trouble-makers" and turning their identities over to authorities. For the past 7 years he has "asked around" to get information on internet commenters who are critical of the Obama administration.

Little does he know, that I know, that he has sought information on me, based on what I've been told by people he's asked. "Do you know who that person is?"

Johnw11
Johnw11

@Johnw11  Why is Sharpton not being held accountable for "hiring-out" himself to Roger Stone as a fake 2004 Presidential candidate?

Stone, a Tea Party  leader, and Trump campaign official, recently accused Roland Martin of being a "quotas" hire at CNN. Martin reportedly responded that Trump has recently fired one racist, and it was now time that he fires another.

But why is Martin, a journalist, and other Blacks, not holding Sharpton accountable for his affiliation with Stone?

Why do Blacks, who know that Sharpton is a phony con man and snitch, continue to cover-up for him and allow his exploitation of Blacks' aspiration for his own personal gain to continue?

By ignoring and covering up what they know, they make themselves accessories to Sharpton's crimes against African Americans.

It is not difficult to see through Sharpton's con games. They are transparent.

For example, I was told today by someone who listens to his radio show for the purpose of laughing at his cons and attempted cons, that a Black man called in and complained about Sharpton's (and other so-called Black leaders) failure to put the historic levels of Black unemployment on the front burner like "gay marriage" and "immigrant rights" are on the front burner.

"We do put it on the front burner. When us made the Comcast deal, us'n made sure that fo' Blacks got TV stations," Sharpton reportedly responded.

"What is the relationship between four Black elites getting TV stations, and massive Black unemployment?" The person asked me laughing.

I told him that he already knows there is no relationship between the two. He then asked me if I thought others had noted the contradiction inherent in Sharpton's evasive con response as he had.

I said some did, but most didn't.

We laughed, but it was to keep from crying.

Rick Manigault
Rick Manigault

Al Sharpton needs to apologize to Ice Cube and Gilbert Arenas for calling them Neguz, and I don't mean Ethiopian royalty.