The Radio Equalizer: Brian Maloney

15 October 2009

Al Sharpton Revels In Obamist Victory Over NFL, Limbaugh

'AS WE WANTED'

Al Sharpton Pleased To See Partisan Takeover Of NFL





*** UPDATED WITH SECOND CLIP: SHARPTON TAUNTS RUSH, CALLS HIM 'DELUSIONAL' ***

*** WHO FUNDS SHARPTON? CORPORATE AMERICA ***


Using today's radio program to declare victory over Rush Limbaugh in the battle for partisan control of the National Football League, the Reverend Al Sharpton couldn't contain his glee after the talk titan's bid was thwarted.

The result means ideological control over the NFL (based primarily on support for Obama) and a likely de facto ban on future team ownership by conservatives.

Here's the caught-on-tape reaction:






SHARPTON (4:11): Well, I’m sure as many of you have heard that yesterday after going off the air, Rush Limbaugh who we had started our campaign on Monday was withdrawn by those trying to buy the St. Louis Rams.

His name withdrawn, he is effectively out of it as we wanted. He’s bellyaching and he’s making all kinds of attacks on National Action Network and I, but that’s the screeching of the defeated. Defeated not by me, not by National Action Network, not by other civil rights groups other left or other liberals.

Defeated by his own words that he said against NFL Players and probably to his surprise the NFL Players stood up and said you cannot disparage us and want to be an owner in our world. It’s just that simple.


Later, in Sharpton's third hour, he followed up by taunting Limbaugh and calling him "delusional":







SHARPTON (12:15) (mocking tone): You know I’m told now through e-mails that Mr. Limbaugh now is saying that this is a conspiracy with the President Obama and me and George Soros and everyone.

I really think he’s having delusions Britney I mean (Brittany Sharpton giggling in the background) his partners dropped him I mean what is he talking about? They withdrew his name, he was exposed for what he said and now the whole government and me an everybody’s conspired against him? I mean you know this is he’s not well.


BRITTANY SHARPTON: He’s way too old to be crying like a baby. Ha ha ha.


SHARPTON: Yeah, this is making less and less sense. (Britney Sharpton continued giggling in the background)



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45 Comments:

  • Sharpton is a little boy that leads small, weak minded people.
    The white community laughs at him and anyone that follows the buffoon.

    By Anonymous Tim, at 15 October, 2009 16:27  

  • Well it's good to see that Al "Tawana Brawley" Sharpton still maintains credibility in the media and has the ear of the president. Oh no, this society isn't going into the toilet!

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 15 October, 2009 16:27  

  • Race pimp

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 15 October, 2009 16:30  

  • Al Sharpton is a disgrace and is a true racist. MLK would be embarrassed by Al Sharpton and the bigots he surrounds himself with.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 15 October, 2009 16:32  

  • Sharpton is nothing more than a screaming douche nozzle. A worthless excuse for a black man.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 15 October, 2009 16:33  

  • hey al how many minority owners are there in the NFL? so all the current owners arent bigots cause they wont let minorities in...U and the rev jj are the racist u just get away w/it

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 15 October, 2009 16:34  

  • He's a racist PIG.Raping his own race for his personal gain. Of course this will not get posted probably but that's okay we know all about that now don't we.

    By Blogger Michael, at 15 October, 2009 16:35  

  • Sharpton "Defeated by the words I put in his mouth, OH CRAP, I mean the words out of his own mouth. Whatever he was defeated." What an idiot.

    By Blogger Beth, at 15 October, 2009 16:35  

  • Well I don't actually believe that Sharpton raped a little 10 year old white girl 25 years ago but there's plenty of other things in Mr. Poverty Pimp's closet to be ashamed about.

    By Anonymous Mike, at 15 October, 2009 16:36  

  • Listen, with an average I.Q. of 80 for those he talks for Ike Sharpton doesn't have to be to sharp.

    BTW-- Did I see him hawking WeBuyGold now on late night T.V,??

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 15 October, 2009 16:36  

  • • This is a terrible injustice! All you Rush haters out there want to believe the lies you hear about him. If you listened to him you would know he is not at all racist. He believes people should be judged by their character and performance, not skin color. That comment by Goodell was totally spineless. Don’t you just love his double standards? I love football but the NFL has finally lost me. For years now I have watched the games on mute because of the silly, stupid, childish hype artist who do the “announcing” and “commentating”. This is the final straw. I will be joining millions (yes, millions) of other former nfl fans who will not be watching over paid criminals run around on the football field on Sunday. Go Gators!!!

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 15 October, 2009 16:38  

  • What a racist and a despicable little man. I absolutely hate the ilk of Sharpton, Jackson and the entire African-American sheep that sponsor these morons. I hope Limbaugh sues the living hell out of both of these self-ordained "leaders" of the black community for their undeniable libel and slander against a private citizen that is only trying to participate in his love for the NFL. Like Rush or hate him, for whatever ideological or philosophical reasons, but Rush did NOT say what Sharpton accused him of saying--it's just that simple. And the fact the NFL sat on the same stage with Sharpton and these reporters is truly sad. I hope the Kansas City Royals go up for sale so Rush can at least buy the team he once worked for.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 15 October, 2009 16:38  

  • What a stupid fool. Blacks really do think they own America now that Obama is president. And, I guess they are right.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 15 October, 2009 16:39  

  • Why is it these little "want to be" people get heard when lies are spread but when 1.7 MILLION people march on DC they are ignored??????????

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 15 October, 2009 16:39  

  • Sharpton makes this sound like ALL the NFL PLAYERS lobbied for this.

    Sharpton mistreats people like Michael Vick mistreats dogs!

    All those rich people and creeps like Sharpton telling them what to do... pathetic.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 15 October, 2009 16:40  

  • That's alright, I'm done supporting racists. The NFL has clearly made their choice; it's okay to be racist as long as you're black.

    Fine. I can buy beer that doesn't advertise on NFL games, and college football is a far better sport to watch.

    Goodbye NFL.

    By Anonymous Bob Kutz, at 15 October, 2009 16:41  

  • If you don't stand against this kind of oppression by people like Sharpton and his pals when they come after someone like Rush, who will stand up for you when they come after you? They are coming.

    By Anonymous Brian FL, at 15 October, 2009 16:41  

  • Sharpton the reverse racist idiot who has himself been implicated in several scandals, including taking bribes and drug use? He is a real role model for society? What a hypocrite! He doesn't have a leg to stand on as far as criticizing anyone! As far as having to be a Boobamazoid to own an NFL team, that is not the case anyway, there are some team owners out there currently, who are Conservatives so that is a mute point! What this does show however is the level of hatred and intolerance for divergent points of view that currently exists on the Libnut side of the aisle? They are as bad or worse than any KKK Imperial Wizard or National Socialist Neonazi in their fanatical hatred of those who do not share their warped view of the world! Welcome to the Brotherhood Libnazis!

    By Anonymous Rodney King, at 15 October, 2009 16:43  

  • Pitiful little excuse of a man....Sharpton is a pock mark on our society

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 15 October, 2009 16:43  

  • Racism is certainly alive and well and thriving in america... Its gonna be a long awful future for non blacks in america for a long long time to come...

    By Blogger Roast Beef Po Boy, at 15 October, 2009 16:44  

  • This seems a good reason for "White America" to avoid paying for professional football tickets. Let's see how many of those seats will be filled.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 15 October, 2009 16:50  

  • RACIST! Al Talk about a race baiter. How much $$$ has he made off keeping racial tensions alive and well in the capitalist America. This is America isnt it. When will people stop giving this low-life a platform??

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 15 October, 2009 16:57  

  • Mr. Tyrona Brawley.... sorry if i mispelled his name.. what a race baiter and a recist.
    Leslie Karl Adams, US ARMY, Stuttgart.. come after me you racist..
    les

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 15 October, 2009 16:57  

  • Al...you're a lyin' piece of ****! Rush never said what you claimed he said. You and JJ. Both of you sniffin' around for the next Duke rape case and the next Tawana Brawley. You don't seek justice...you smell money.

    By Anonymous Colin Keefe, at 15 October, 2009 17:02  

  • Had enough!! RevAl like RevJJ aren't even REVERENDS and they sure aren't reverential. Al is a loud mouth, jerry curl, fool and he holds a gun to corporate guilty white america to foster this BS. This is still America!!!!wake up and denouce this pimp. Rush never said what he was quoted as saying, then this was used to get quote"our way" welcome to the Yes I Can years.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 15 October, 2009 17:03  

  • As a white American, I've always admired the accomplishments of MLK. He was a true civil rights activist. I'm fairly certain Dr. King is rolling over in his grave as Sharpton and Jackson engage in pure racism in the name of civil rights. One day these two gentlemen will have to face their maker!

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 15 October, 2009 17:04  

  • RAHOWA

    let it be.

    By Blogger christopher, at 15 October, 2009 17:09  

  • Sharptongue is a poverty pimp

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 15 October, 2009 17:12  

  • Sharpton is the racist, he could not make any money out of this or was jealous. He AL G F U you P O S racist.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 15 October, 2009 17:14  

  • Sharpton leads a coalition of people that cannot stand or produce on their own merit. When they are called on this, it's because of "white america". Funny how every other race seems to manage fine by working hard, but the blacks all insist everyone else has to provide for them! Shameful!

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 15 October, 2009 17:18  

  • There is nothing "reverent" about these two scumbags. They are both a waste of skin, bones and hair. I hope Rush sues them into oblivion for their made up lies. Al Sharpton hasn't told the truth since Tawana Brawley and yet the government controlled media trots him out to speak for all blacks. Even Fox has had him on. I hope they change their mind about having him on any of their shows ever again. African-Americans do you really want this man speaking for you? He is not helping your cause one bit. In fact he is turning people against you.

    By Anonymous Kate, at 15 October, 2009 17:19  

  • Didn't they cancel the sitcom that he starred in?

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 15 October, 2009 17:21  

  • It appears that Limbaughs right to free speech has been crushed and that the country is held hostage by the race baiters.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 15 October, 2009 17:24  

  • It appears that Limbaughs right to free speech has been crushed and that the country is held hostage by the race baiters.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 15 October, 2009 17:24  

  • Apparently the nfl and I suspect from his apparent lack of voicetrousness over the Michael Vick matter feels that it is ok to mame innocent animals and be a part of football but not to say things that he or those in his legions might consider offensive

    God Bless America ... What is left of it especially when you consider that a Sports industry apparently can now dictate who can be in business and who can't!

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 15 October, 2009 17:28  

  • Al Sharpton had corporate sponsors who funded these anti-Rush attacks like Anheuser-Busch, Ford, American-Honda, Comcast, Pepsi, Walmart, Colgate-Polmolive, Home-Depot, Macy's, Pfizer, and Entnergy.

    What do you say everyone boycott these companies and leave 'Rev. Al' a message along with all these other race-pimps. The Obama economy is bad already, let's make it worse for this piece of bull exhaust.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 15 October, 2009 17:31  

  • "That's alright, I'm done supporting racists. The NFL has clearly made their choice; it's okay to be racist as long as you're black.

    Fine. I can buy beer that doesn't advertise on NFL games, and college football is a far better sport to watch.

    Goodbye NFL."

    Good point Bob. College football is much better and more fun to watch. Consider me a convert too.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 15 October, 2009 17:40  

  • The moral of this story is that a white person cannot say anything about a black person without being subjected to some kind of attack. If you do make a remark about a black person, you're a "RACIST!" But that doesn't work both ways.

    Sharpton added in a telephone interview that major sports leagues shouldn't welcome owners who are "divisive and incendiary."
    However, Sharpton (of Tawana Brawley fame") is just as "divisive and incendiary" if not more than Rush Limbaugh.

    And what Sharpton did to Rush Limbaugh was "RACIST."

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 15 October, 2009 17:45  

  • Sharpton and Rush are both charlatons. It’s shocking to read the ignorant, racist rants by the lackeys on this board.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 15 October, 2009 17:47  

  • The moral of this story is that a white person cannot say anything about a black person without being subjected to some kind of attack. If you do make a remark about a black person, you're a "RACIST!" But that doesn't work both ways.

    Sharpton stated in a telephone interview that major sports leagues shouldn't welcome owners who are "divisive and incendiary."
    However, Sharpton (of Tawana Brawley fame") is just as "divisive and incendiary" if not more than Rush Limbaugh.

    And what Sharpton did to Rush Limbaugh was "RACIST."

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 15 October, 2009 17:58  

  • Of course, the Sharpone, the Tawana Brawley expert, has never been delusional.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 15 October, 2009 18:23  

  • I didn't care if Rush owned a NFL team. But I also thought that using fake quotes to slam Rush was despicable

    By Blogger Chris, at 15 October, 2009 18:59  

  • Good god, the right just can't get it right. I never agree with Sharpton, but this time he may be right. Not only is Rush delusional, but the rest of em may be too. What possible good could come of his involvement with the NFL? It would be nonstop controversy with the prodominetly black players. The last thing the right needs now is another venue where Rush has a chance to alienate the few moderates the GOP might have a chance with. The constant negative spewing from Rush and thereat of his cohorts provide endless fodder for the left. when are you going to realize it?

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 15 October, 2009 22:04  

  • Re Soros, Bloomberg reported this week that Soros is a partner in the Checketts Rams deal. Same report said Checketts and Soros were also partners in a 2003 attempt to buy the Dodgers. In 2005 Soros made a bid for the Washington Nationals. Comments were made that Soros was too 'politically polarizing.'(Same as Rush is now being accused of). His spokesman said he was victim of partisan rhetoric. Soros has been convicted of stock fraud in France and Hungary in recent years. This doesn't begin to get into his political dealings and his close ties to Obama. I have to wonder if Rush knew Soros was involved when he first agreed to the deal. There is absolutely no way it could have turned out well for Rush with Soros involved--for political or financial reasons. I certainly wouldn't get into a deal with a convicted swindler.

    By Blogger framus, at 16 October, 2009 03:30  

  • NewsBusters: Sharpton Mocks Limbaugh for 'Screeching of the Defeated': 'He's Having Delusions, He's Not Well'
    http://newsbusters.org/blogs/tim-graham/2009/10/17/sharpton-mocks-limbaugh-screeching-defeat-hes-having-delusions-hes-not-w

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 17 October, 2009 13:08  

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