CNS News has found some interesting video of Attorney General Eric Holder praising controversial Rev. Al Sharpton during a speech at Sharpton’s National Action Network conference on Wednesday.
CNS has the quotes:
The glowing speech is curious considering Sharpton has been an advocate for Zimmerman’s guilt before he was even charged with a crime.
“MSNBC’s Sharpton has led several rallies, shouting Arrest Zimmerman Now!‘ and has called for civil disobedience and an “occupation” in Sanford, Fla., if an arrest is not made,” CNS notes.
Yesterday several callers to the Mark Levin radio show -- who self-identified as Hispanic/Latino -- were livid with Holder's endorsement of "Reverend Al". In the new media, Hispanic websites are tracking the case with what I interpret as a distinct sense of unease.
• "Why are they calling him a white Hispanic?’… That shows a lack of understanding about the Latino community"
• Zimmerman Case Ignites Dialogue on Latino Racial Identity
• Kelly Virella defends Zimmerman: "My son is Hispanic and not a racist"
• Latino Rebels is tracking George Zimmerman Incarceration Information
• Julie M. Rodriguez argues that "George Zimmerman Proves Latinos Can Be Racist, Too"
Racial animosities between the African-American and Latino communities are simmering, thanks to tacit encouragement by Eric Holder and Barack Obama. It's gotten so bad that the shadow arm of the Mexican government, the radical separatist group La Raza (literally: "The Race" or "The Master Race"), has ridden to the rescue of the White House.
Calling for an African-American-Hispanic alliance against "common enemies", La Raza President Janet Murguia used Wednesday's Al Sharpton radio show to spread an incendiary message of hate. Happy to conveniently overlook George Zimmerman's Peruvian ancestry, Murguia made her divisive agenda abundantly clear...
JANET MURGUIA (PRESIDENT, LA RAZA) (36:39): I think for us it’s about understanding that we have common interests and we have to be able to understand that our demographics today, a lot of people want to pit who’s the largest minority vs. who’s taking over as the largest demographic and all that.
We need to understand that when you put those two demographics together you know when you put sixteen percent of the Latino population now in the US combined with fourteen percent of the African American population is what can we do together now to attack those common enemies? To attack the common barriers that present themselves for us.
When violence results, will these extremists take responsibility, or continue to deflect blame everywhere else? Who will be hurt or killed thanks to their reckless rhetoric?
I will vote for Mitt Romney, Newt Gingrich, or any other Republican in November to get rid of Barack Obama and his henchmen. These people must be thrown out of office and, if necessary, prosecuted by a real attorney general.