“We shouldn’t not celebrate Jordan’s life, but we should not forget how he died,” Al Sharpton began the eulogy for attempted child abductor Jordan Neely with a typically illiterate double negative.
Neely, a deranged monster who died after threatening to attack subway passengers, had assaulted a 67-year-old woman, and a 64-year-old man, and attempted to kidnap a 7-year-old girl.
“There will be no justice, there will be no peace,” Sharpton warned, taken up by a crowd that included Rep. Alexandria Ocasio Cortez.
That familiar threatening slogan was the precursor to racist violence by black nationalist supporters of Sharpton, whose previous racist forays had been connected with violence against minorities, including Asians, Latinos, and Jews.
“Jordan was not annoying anyone on the train. Jordan was screaming for help,” the racist reverend falsely claimed. Witnesses have come forward to state that he was threatening passengers and 911 calls back that up.
Sharpton also took a moment to attack Gov. Ron DeSantis for defending the former Marine who stopped the subway psycho’s rampage.
“I know, Governor DeSantis, that you’re putting black history and LGBTQ and Latino out of the school, but I have a Bible to put in the governor’s office,” Sharpton said. “Because apparently, you don’t know what the Good Samaritan was. Jesus told the parable of the Good Samaritan.”
Sharpton must have studied the bible, if only in order to carefully dedicate his life to violating every single one of its precepts.
But how better to know that Jordan Neely was a monster than to see Sharpton rallying to his defense.