The rent a riot rabble rouser Al Sharpton of Tawna Brawley fame is stirring up the racial divide. Obama has sent him to Ferguson with match in hand, so at the precise moment he can torch the town the minute the Grand Jury’s decision not to indict Officer Wilson is announced.
However, the main stream medias focus on Sharpton has not caused others to speak out on the dire employment situation of young Blacks; not a Sharpton priority. Exemplary Blacks have moved into the void, Case in point is Joe R. Hicks, former executive director of the Greater Los Angeles chapter of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference who said, ” President Obama strode into the White House promising to give the American people the audacity of hope. What we are witnessing instead, with his immigration agenda, is an audacious grab for power and an evisceration of the Constitution.”
Joe R. Hicks is not one to pull punches, even against one of his kind; he is not a step in line foot soldier, adhering to the Democrat-Progressive-Socialist line of POTUS. Infact Mr. Hicks is very much upset at Obama’s tenure in the White House. What has Obama done for the Black since mounting the thrown, to Mr. Hicks, nothing.
Charles Butler, talk radio host:
“The fact is President Obama will do with the stroke of a pen what 300 years of slavery, Jim Crow and legal segregation could not: destroy the hopes and dreams of millions of black Americans. His position on illegal immigration and reform is not tenable given the numerous sources of information that warn of the negative impact of immigration reform on black Americans and low-income Americans.”
Click here for more of the influential Blacks who are speaking out. They are most disgusted at the White House. Don’t forget that many of the relatives of the 100,000 plus Blacks who fought on the side of the Union during the Civil War are in need of a job. Now with the flood gates open their chances become slim indeed.