Sharpton: 'I Still Believe' in Martin Luther King Jr.'s Promised Land | MSNBC 1

Sharpton: ‘I Still Believe’ in Martin Luther King Jr.’s Promised Land | MSNBC

 

In his final thoughts, Rev. Al Sharpton highlights 'A Promised Land' – Barack Obama's presidential memoir.» Subscribe to MSNBC:

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Sharpton: 'I Still Believe' in Martin Luther King Jr.'s Promised Land | MSNBC

37 comments

    1. Congratulations on condensing 400 pages into three words.
      I suggest you reserve judgement until you learn what he omitted from the book.

    2. Here is the Original Semitic Text, The TRUTH of Salvation

      YaH The Heavenly FATHER was Who they Crucified for our sins and “HERE IS THE PROOF”

      From the Ancient Semitic Scroll:
      “Yad He Vav He” is what Moses wrote, when Moses asked YaH His Name (Exodus 3)

      Ancient Semitic Direct Translation
      Yad – “Behold The Hand”
      He – “Behold the Breath”
      Vav – “Behold The NAIL”

    3. @Red Alert I think you’re just mad that trump could never articulate anything as good as Obama. Btw, tell him “Bigly” isn’t a word .

  1. Never forget this is tRumps Great America, he will try to say this is everyone’s fault but his, and that everything happening RIGHT NOW UNDER HIM is somehow someone else’s fault. ,

    1. If you think about it, that’s been a Republican talking point for decades.
      “We didn’t cause it if it was bad. The dems did it. If it was something good, that was us, for sure!”

  2. I see it coming more and more and more that’s why we voted trump out because we believe what Martin Luther King said

    1. @John Watt But it’s true.

      Zuckerberg
      Bloomberg

      Arent I a riot?
      Oh no…wait…its you who riot.
      There, I made an error, are you happy?

    2. @JewsOwnAll TheMedia: What’s to get happy about, your thoughtless abuse of font? You’re just another media-mad American to me, and that’s not funny.

    3. @Lee – Child of God
      Careful the level of intelligence you are showing comes with a rather profound curse you can never forget.

  3. People hate Prophets. I am not a self styled Prophet. L’chaim from Jacova 11..Gevurah born March 11…in Bethlehem

  4. “Many drops can turn a mill,
    Singly, none.”
    Kipling
    Yes, we all need to keep working, marching together.

  5. Of course, a lot of those statements are true. But, it creates a social gospel, which has no power to pay for a single sin.

  6. I agree 100%. The corruption has been exposed. Hard to put the genie back in the lamp. We as one can you close Pandora’s Box. We shall come together, the bullies choice what side of History will they stand?

  7. In this Epic War of Good vs Evil, Remember Jesus Christ was all about spreading the Good News of the Gospel. Fear, Loathing, Gloom & Doom are the Hallmarks of the Evil One.

  8. Maybe if we can figure out how to stop the us verses them mentality we can start solving problems, each points fingers at each other instead of trying to come up with a solution. As long as there is a bad guy each side can point to it will never end.

  9. The corruption has been exposed, yes indeed and it’s supporters too. When they show you who they really are believe them!!!!!!

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