The Rev. Al was speaking for the White House.
Afew days after 18-year-old Mike Brown was gunned down in Ferguson, Missouri, White House officials enlisted an unusual source for on-the-ground intelligence amid the chaos and tear gas: the Rev. Al Sharpton, a fiery activist who became a household name by provoking rather than pacifying....
...In Ferguson, Sharpton established himself as a de facto contact and conduit for a jittery White House seeking to negotiate a middle ground between meddling and disengagement. “There’s a trust factor with The Rev from the Oval Office on down,” a White House official familiar with their dealings told me. “He gets it, and he’s got credibility in the community that nobody else has got. There’s really no one else out there who does what he does.”So, what's this "middle ground" message the White House sent through Sharpton?
Have a look.
And yet, Obama's attorney general had the nerve to go to Ferguson and declare himself there representing "impartial" oversight to local government's investigation into the death of Michael Brown.
The Obama team isn't trying to calm racial unrest or assist in an impartial investigation. The Obama team's goal is to take a local police shooting and local unrest, and help spread thel unrest nationally to benefit the Democratic Party in November. Team Obama doesn't seem to care how much truth is lost or distorted, or how much damage is done to Ferguson or the nation as long as Democrats can exploit the situation for political gain.
The saving grace, the administration's disgraceful meddling in Ferguson puts its bias on national display.
This pushing and pimping of racial unrest by Obama and his messengers may well backfire on Democrats in November.