Former ACLU board member skewers Rev Al for his reparations scam


Race hustler Al Sharpton lined up his toadies — the Democratic presidential candidates for 2020 — and, after they kissed his ring, he asked them if they would support reparations by whites [who never enslaved anyone] for blacks [who were never enslaved].

Listen to their dutiful responses here.

This is nothing but anti-white racism, blaming innocent people simply for the color of their skin.

Laura Ingraham spoke with a former ACLU board member on Friday night who skewered the Democratic candidates for President for buying into the Al Sharpton reparations scam.

Former ACLU board member Michael Meyers makes note of the fact that the candidates are buying into Sharpton’s racist ploy because they want his endorsement. Meyers is terrific here, telling the truth when so few will. He describes Sharpton’s scheme as a cynical ploy to gain money and power over people. Sharpton has admitted he is a socialist and Obama’s presidency was about socialism.

Ingraham shows the same sickening clip of each candidate pledging to support reparations as they kiss the ring of the mob boss. Sharpton smiles or is it a smirk as they subjugate themselves before the grifter.

It’s nice to hear the truth as Reverend Al appeals to the basest of man’s emotions — hate and bigotry.


Michael Meyers said the whole idea is ridiculous.

“Anybody who thinks that white Americans are going to take the blame or going to feel guilty or give their land and their property away in some sort of reparations pot because they feel responsible for the sins of their forebears [are delusional]. They’re not.”

“Nobody is giving up their house, nobody is giving up their land. And nobody — not even a building – is going into that reparations pot. So what are they talking about? These people are, they are chasing a farce.”

Sharpton said Obama ran on socialism who said he was going to do exactly this — fundamentally transform the country.


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Twenty Squared
Twenty Squared
4 years ago

Reparations? Of course, but begin with those who originally enslaved the blacks… black Africans from the continent of Africa. Then go after the Portuguese, the British, the French, the Spanish, and the Dutch. Never forget the descendants of the British citizens in the United States who purchased the slaves sold by black Africans to European slave traders. Still not enough? Remember to knock on the doors of the descendants of the black slave owners who themselves held black slaves. Then visit the “reservations” and tap some of the big bucks being made at the native-American casinos. Native American held black slaves.

Of the twelve million slaves brought from Africa to the Americas, about 600,000 were “imported” into the thirteen colonies. Well over 90 percent of enslaved Africans were imported into the Caribbean and South America. Only about 6 percent of African captives were sent directly to British North America .Aren’t descendants of the over eleven million sold by Africans to the slave traders for sale outside British North America also due reparation?

What about those blacks who owned blacks? In 1830, about 13.7 percent (319,599) of the black population was free. Of these, 3,776 free Negroes owned 12,907 black slaves. Don’t forget Anthony Johnson, the first legal black slave owner in the U.S. He was a black man! Are his descendants and those of the other black slave owners responsible for paying the price of reparations?

Do not forget to collect reparations from the descendants of “the Five Civilized Tribes,” native Americans who owned slaves. Are they legally responsible?

Don’t like slavery? Free the some 30 million held is slavery around the world living as forced laborers, forced prostitutes, child soldiers, and child brides in forced marriages.

Then come knocking on my door! I will contribute $1,000,my “fair share,” for every slave every owned by myself and my ancestors!

Jackie Puppet
Jackie Puppet
4 years ago

Since both of my parents’ ancestors emigrated to America in the 20th century, why should I be held responsible for reparations? And what about those who became citizens legally, just in the last few years alone? Do they pay as well?

Christian Sweeny
Christian Sweeny
4 years ago

Who is supposed to get these reparations, and who is supposed to pay them?
The slaves are dead, and hundreds of thousands of soldiers who died or suffered injuries in the Civil war are dead, their widows and orphans are now dead and the millions of tax payers who paid the bill are dead. Two of my ancestors on my father’s side were killed in that War. They were born here, and voted Republican. They were buried in their Blue Uniforms. It’s too late to help any of them now.
The War is long over. The Confederacy was defeated; economically the South was impoverished. Those who supported secession are all dead.
Are the descendants of the Confederates now obligated, under some theory of inherited
sin, to pay damages for crimes they never committed? Are the descendants
of Northern Soldiers who died fighting to free the slaves also obligated to
pay reparations? What theory of Justice supports such a position? I hope
the Democrats aren’t expecting me to pay reparations.
I was raised Judeo-Christian. I forgive sinners who honestly repent. Why hold grudges
against the dead? Why preach resentment against the blameless living?
Who will now benefit from endlessly prolonging the aftermath of a tragedy? The Democrats are pushing resentment again in order to buy votes from those whose ancestors were imported as slaves and then freed. Are they not happy to be here? Let me quote a Black American who wrote a wonderful book everybody should read, the title,
“Find a Better Country.”