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  • Elbert Guillory To Obama: Stop Listening To “Professional Race Baiters” Like Al Sharpton

    Former Democrat and current Louisiana State Senator Elbert Guillory blasted the “Black Brunch NYC” protesters, Obama, and Al Sharpton in an interview today with Neil Cavuto.

    The same group of lamebrains who disrupted the peaceful New Year’s Eve celebrations across the country with their vacuous chants and “die-ins” were back at it over the weekend. “Black Brunch NYC” protesters decided to invade what they called “white spaces” (restaurants that serve brunch) chanting and reading the names of black people killed by cops, while customers tried to eat their meals.

    Elbert Guillory’s message to these young black people is that “there is a way to challenge authority, through the courts and administratively. Not on the streets.”

    When it comes to the Martin Luther King-like leadership role that Al Sharpton has tried to assume, Guillory says he would “never use the terms Sharpton and King in the same sentence or in the same paragraph.”

    Guillory also believes that Al Sharpton is throwing “gasoline on fire,” and says “it’s unfortunate” that “professional race baiters” like Sharpton exist and have so much influence.

    Guillory finished by saying that it is a mistake for Obama to allow Al Sharpton to monopolize his time and attention in terms of figuring out a strategy for how he can improve race relations in America.

    The “approach that is being used does not suit America, it does not suit the black community, it does not suit the police officers–most of whom are working very hard to do a good job under very difficult circumstances.”


    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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