'No Justice, No Peace!' Sharpton Leads Protest Against Hedge Fund Billionaire Targeting DEI

Nick Kangadis | January 5, 2024
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Al Shaprton is a lot of things — a race hustler, a reverend when it suits his purpose and a tax evader. He’s also the founder of the National Action Network black advocacy group.

On Thursday, Sharpton and NAN staged a “low-energy, low-powered,” as journalist Christopher Rufo put it, protest in front of hedge fund billionaire Bill Ackman’s office in New York City. They were upset with Ackman for his stance against the Diversity, Equity & Inclusion (DEI) cult that has permeated institutions of higher learning throughout the United States.

“No justice! No Peace!” Sharpton led the small protest crowd in chanting.

Sharpton advocated for DEI, saying it’s discrimination against everyone but straight, white men, which is ironically the very group that DEI primarily targets through its Marxist hate.

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“They were able to end affirmative action,” Sharpton said. “This is a war on civli rights. They’re using the terminating, the resignating — or the resignation — of [disgraced former Harvard University dean] Dr. Gay to take aim at all of us — blacks, women, gays, Latinos, Asians. And we will not allow that to happen.”

No one is coming for your civil rights, Al. If they were you wouldn’t be able to hold an attention-seeking demonstration in the middle of New York City while spewing your rhetoric. You wouldn’t be able to raise the amount of money you do through your organization that allows you the finer things in life.

“We will not let them end DEI,” Sharpton said, conveying that DEI is an equalizer for minorities.

No, DEI keeps minorities down. And if they weren’t kept down, Sharpton would be out of a job.

Al Sharpton is nothing more than a race hustler at this point. Although, that’s primarily been his business for decades now.


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