Al Sharpton Promises America an Early Christmas Gift if Trump Wins
Rev. Al Sharpton has said many dumb things during his lifetime. He has also spouted off some of the most ridiculous race-baiting statements we’ve ever heard. His statements can be so decisive that many wish the vocal race baiter would simply go away.
Well, Merry Christmas a little early. The reverend told a group attending a Center for American Progress Action Fund event Tuesday that he would leave the country should GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump win the election.
He said he would leave in order to avoid being deported by Trump, according to the Washington Examiner.
“If Donald Trump is the nominee, I’m open to support anyone (else), while I’m also reserving my ticket to get out of here if he wins, only because he’d probably have me deported anyway,” Sharpton said.
He did not elaborate as to why he believed Trump would have him deported, but it is is worth noting that Sharpton did accuse Trump of being a secret liberal after he announced he was running for president over the summer.
In this case, it doesn’t matter why he believed the billionaire businessman would deport him — we just hope it’s true.
If this is what it would take get charlatan Sharpton out of or lives, then so be it. I’m guessing there wouldn’t be much of an outcry.
Others have made similar threats, most of which we wish they would carry out.
If all of the left-wing liberals who promised to leave the country would do so, this country would experience an immediate jump in its collective IQ.
Just take a look at this video of Whoopi Goldberg’s ramblings in the video below and you’ll see why. (She rants through the whole thing, but the relevant portion begins just after the 2:00 mark.)
Let’s just hope Sharpton and these other loud-mouth liberals keep their word. If they do leave the country, it could be, hands down, the best thing to ever come from a Trump presidency.