• Al Sharpton Confident Obama Will Steamroll GOP Congress

    Al Sharpton was on The Tom Joyner Morning Show Wednesday where he discussed how Barack Obama will continue to usurp the U.S. Constitution, veto bills he doesn’t approve of, and ignore the will of the American people.

    “This is the largest majority Republicans have had since the 1920s, and what will happen, and how we deal with our interests, when we have both the U.S. Senate and the House of Representatives dominated by the Republicans,” Sharpton said.

    He admonished the mostly-black audience for not turning out to vote in numbers that would have helped secure Democratic victories in the midterm election. “One, we need to realize and recognize, had we voted like we should have we wouldn’t be here.”

    Then Sharpton delivered a more calming message. “But secondly, all is not lost, the president can use veto power, which he already said he is going to do about the Keystone Pipeline legislation, and executive action. Even though the legislature is tied down, the executive branch, and our moving in the streets doesn’t in anyway stop.”

    Al Sharpton has been giving Obama much advice over the last several months. The country’s foremost race baiter is even being called Obama’s “liaison” on race relations.  And it appears that the president is listening.

    Obama has already threatened to veto a Keystone pipeline bill, just as Sharpton said he would. And, as Sharpton noted, Obama has made his intentions clear that he will be moving forward with more executive actions in the remaining years of his term in office.

    According to POLITICO, “The Obama administration is preparing another active year of executive action in 2015, pumping out new rules and enforcing others for the first time—setting tougher standards on everything from air pollution to overtime pay to net neutrality, food safety, commercial drones, a college ratings plan and a crackdown on for-profit colleges that don’t prepare their students for well-paying jobs. There’s even going to be the first draft of a rule for organic pet food.”

    It’s going to be a long two years.

    The GOP-controlled Congress, to borrow a phrase, needs to “resist we much.”

    Jerome Hudson

    Managing Editor

    Jerome Hudson has written for numerous national outlets, including The Hill, National Review, and The Atlanta Journal-Constitution and was recognized as one of Florida’s emerging stars, having been included in the list “25 Under 30: Florida’s Rising Young Political Class.” Hudson is a Savannah, Ga. native who currently resides in Florida.

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