Hat tip to Sarah’s Albion Blog and The Radio Equalizer for the following interesting, or should I rather say absurd, bit heard on The Al Sharpton Show. A female caller by the name of Ashley proposed the conspiracy theory that Sarah Palin stepped down from office because she could be responsible for Michael Jackson’s demise.
However absurd and delusional this sounds, I am not surprised. I might have been. That is until I heard the name Al Sharpton. The moment that came into the mix, the outcome was always going to be a disaster of monumental proportions. And what could Al’s response possibly be to such utter drivel? “All right, thank you for your call, Ashley. That’s interesting.”
Interesting? That one word gives us enough insight into the jungle bunny mindset, the mud hut mentality and utter ignorance of one Al Sharpton. Which also explains why this African American would be more at home behind a jungle drum on the dark continent than a microphone in the greatest country on earth.
Since the terrible, racist whites enslaved you and your forefathers Mr Sharpton, why don’t you rectify the situation and move back to the dark continent? It is still there. Your brothers and sisters are still there. To this day you still associate your existence with them - you call yourself African American don’t you? So why don’t you move there? Your African heritage seems more important to you than your American one.
Or are the insults thrown at white people only convenient to put idiotic liberals on white-guilt trips and make you more money? It’s not really about your history and heritage, is it? It’s about a comfortable lifestyle which somebody else pays for.
Here is the transcript of the call:
FEMALE CALLER: He (Michael Jackson) is truly the soundtrack of my life. I also have a theory about Sarah Palin as well and I’m going to put it out there on radio, hopefully someone can investigate.
But, I think maybe she did something to Michael Jackson. Maybe there’s a scandal there. Maybe she’s stepping down because something’s about to come out. I don’t know, but I’m gonna just put it out there on your show so we’ll see.
SHARPTON: All right, thank you for your call, Ashley. That’s interesting. I’ll put it out, we’ll see. I don’t know.
You can listen to the sound clip here, care of The Radio Equalizer.