Florida Sheriff Has Devastating Message For Al Sharpton, “MIND YOUR OWN BUSINESS”
If it wasn’t for being a professional agitator, most people wouldn’t be able to say what Al Sharpton does for a living.
The only time you ever really hear about him is when he must hear on the news about an incident and he rushes to the scene like some sort of ambulance chasing lawyer ready to stir up trouble where there was none other than what he ended up creating.
He’s like one of the biker gangs in the old movies that come into town, destroy it and then ride out of town ready to destroy the next one on the map
On Monday, a sheriff from Florida made the public suggestion that Reverend Al Sharpton be quiet and go away.
Sharpton had harsh criticism on Sunday for the Pinellas County Sheriff, Bob Gualitieri, while he was speaking at a rally for a man who was killed in a July 19 “Stand Your Ground” case.
The incident involved a white man named Michael Drejka, who shot a black man named Markeis McGlockton in Clearwater, Florida.
The shooter explained to authorities that he had feared for his life. He was not arrested.
WTSP reports that Gualtieri stated, “The law in the state of Florida today is that people have the right to stand their ground, and have a right to defend themselves when they believe they are in harm.”
New York City’s liberal preacher Al Sharpton showed up in Clearwater, Florida on Sunday to attack the Florida sheriff.
“This case should not be tried in a parking lot of a convenience store,” Sharpton stated, as reported by WTVT. “It should be tried in a courtroom.”
“Lock him (Drejka) up or turn in your badge,” Sharpton exclaimed, directly challenging Sheriff Gualtieri.
The Florida Sheriff shot back on Monday when he questioned Sharpton’s comments.
“It’s a bunch of rhetoric. I don’t pay much attention to it, to tell you the truth. I wasn’t there, and I don’t really care what Al Sharpton has to say,” Gualtieri stated.
Then, he had a special message for Al Sharpton. “Go back to New York. Mind your own business,” he declared.
A spokesman for the Reverend compared the Florida Sheriff’s statements to “those of sheriffs out of the 1960s that used to call civil rights leaders invited in by victims, ‘outside agitators,’” as reported by the Tampa Bay Times.
Sharpton stated that he will be coming back to Clearwater.