Al Sharpton: Is He Really as Stupid and Ignorant as He Appears, or is He Just ‘Stoopid’ and ‘Ig’nant’?

The cornucopia of crap that is vomited up by the likes of MSNBC’s Al Sharpton never ceases to just amaze me.

I’ve got to be honest, is his understanding of even the most basic of American history really THAT lacking?


I hate to tell MSNBC’s token angry black guy that when you make patently idiotic comments, people are going to laugh at you.

As seen in the video below, Sharpton tried his best to play a patriot with the cautionary tale (emphasis mine);

“One day, our children’s children will read American history, and can you imagine our reading that James Madison or Thomas Jefferson tried to overthrow the government so they could stay in power?

That’s what we’re looking at,” Sharpton said on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe.” “We’re looking at American history, and how it will play out is going to be very important.”

Ummm… both Jefferson and Madison tried (and succeeded) in overthrowing a certain government. You know, Al, that whole ‘4th of July’ thingee?

As a matter of fact, Jefferson is widely known as ‘The Father of the Declaration of Independence,’ while Madison is still referred to as ‘The Father of the Constitution.’

In a way, I can forgive Sharpton for failing to understand even the basics of US history. This buffoon has a hard time pronouncing some pretty basic words.

“Stoopid” and “Ig’nant” come to mind. I also sort of figured that Sharpton can’t handle easy things, like correctly formulating a sentence. Hell, I was taught that the 3d Grade.

Then again, I just may be giving this mook more credit than he deserves. After all, he’s just disparaged an entire country and race that planted the seed for all of Western Civilization (emphasis mine);

“In 1994, Sharpton stood before a crowd at Kean College in New Jersey. “White folks was in the caves while we was building empires. We built pyramids before Donald Trump even knew what architecture was. We taught philosophy and astrology [“astrology”? Do you think this dumb-shit meant “astronomy”?] and mathematics before Socrates and them Greek homos ever got around to it.

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