Al Sharpton In Connecticut: On Politics and Wrestling

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From digital reporter Jenny Wilson:

Speaking at a Get Out to Vote rally at Stamford’s Union Baptist Church Sunday, Rev. Al Sharpton was very careful not to make any explicit endorsements. But he was far from secretive about his political views, arguing that the event was “nonpartisan but not nonsensical.” After the event, he gave Capitol Watch his take on the Connecticut Senate race:

The race got some attention during Sharpton’s speech as well when he took a jab at McMahon for her pro-wrestling past:

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3 thoughts on “Al Sharpton In Connecticut: On Politics and Wrestling

  1. bill

    MSNBC must have had a slow day in the editing department, or Al saw a story about someone’s civil rights being trampled. Dear Al just loves making things worse for himself and civil rights by exploiting people to keep his hatred going.

  2. Sharpshooter

    Ah….the disgraced Rev Al comes to Connecticut to lecture the citizens on the evils of Romney and the virtues of Obama……whatever happened to Tawana Brawley ,Al… about lecturing the citizens on easy ways to disgrace oneself….something you know full well.

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