Texas man seeks $1 million to chase Al Sharpton out of McKinney — even though he’s not coming
Some Americans have totally lost it when it comes to defending racism…
A Texas man is trying to raise $1 million online in response to what he believes will be an appearance Saturday in McKinney by MSNBC host Al Sharpton.
“Y’all messed up; you do not come after a Texan,” says Rich Kent in a video posted on his Facebook page. “This will not be Baltimore. This will not be Ferguson. Do you understand me?”
Earlier this week, Sharpton told USA Today that the Dallas chapter of his National Action Network (NAN) alerted him regarding the footage of then-police Cpl. Eric Casebolt manhandling 15-year-old Dajerria Becton and drawing his gun on two black teen boys following a pool party in a residential area last weekend.
The story was published on Tuesday — presumably before Casebolt resigned from the department, since it reported Sharpton…
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