“But if the watchman see the sword come, and blow not the trumpet, and the people be not warned;

if the sword come, and take any person from among them, he is taken away in his iniquity;

but his blood will I require at the watchman's hand."

Ezekiel 33:6

"A righteous man falling down before the wicked is as a troubled fountain, and a corrupt spring."

Proverbs 25:26

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Al Sharpton Meeting With FCC To Shut Down Limbaugh

Al Sharpton is on a censorship mission to abridge the free speech of anyone who would dare criticize the platform that keeps him in the realm of relevancy.
His sight is set upon Rush Limbaugh and recently on MSNBC he made his case for why the government should shut down Limbaugh, getting so carried away that he refers to him as “Rush Lumbar” at one point:

What Sharpton purposefully omits is that “Barack the Magic Negro” was the title of a column authored by a progressive, David Ehrenstein.

Limbaugh read it on air as an example of the leftist double-standard when it came to race and progressives lied and purposefully misrepresented it to pass Limbaugh, not themselves, off as the racist. I guess they forgot about Al Gore’s Internet and the way in which people can Google for actual sources. Sharpton perpetuates this to stoke the racial fires and shore up his own political capital.
Sharpton mentions “Driving Miss Nancy” but apparently sanctions how James Clyburn, the man next in line for minority whip, was shoved aside by the establishment for a white woman. Sharpton has no problem with this but apparently it’s racist for Limbaugh to point this out as yet another example of Democrats’ double standard.
In either of these cases, progressives said nothing of Ehrenstein’s or Pelosi’s actions but instead flung the word “racist” at anyone who dared point out the hypocrisy.
Sharpton thinks so little of free speech to want to invoke censorship based on lies. If Limbaugh was such a racist, his producer  (as a radio host, your producer is as important to your show as a surgeon is as important to his cut-open patient lying below him on the operating table), Bo Snerdly, would not be a black man. His occasional fill-ins wouldn’t feature people of color, either.
Sharpton’s lies say so much about his “respect” for the community he claims to care for the most; he believes that people are gullible enough to believe his words like they believe the truth in Scripture. Truth is, his influence is fading and he can barely drum up a large crowd to march with him for his stunts; I know, I saw one firsthand in Washington, D.C. where his crowd carried signs featuring Palin and Beck with Hitler ’staches and placards telling “teabaggers” to “go to hell.”
Sharpton has earned his place in the Hall of False Prophets, right up there with snake oil salesmen like Benny Hinn and Jimmy Swaggart and he’s proved himself even less of a friend to free speech.
Sharpton’s argument would only make sense of the airwaves were privately owned and there were regulations from the owner as to what is allowed in terms of speech. As it is, the domain of public airwaves is a free speech territory with only certain expletives disallowed – by fine – due to decency laws, with which I disagree as a strict supporter of the First Amendment.
Why should people with an agenda to circumvent the Constitution be allowed to dictate the suppression of free speech? The basis of Sharpton’s argument extends his request as something beyond censorship and closer to the border of fascism.





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