Bishop E.W. Jackson launched a national Prayer for Police campaign that contrasts with the race-baiting cultural Marxism advanced by Rev. Al Sharpton.
Sharpton was licensed and ordained a Pentecostal minister by Bishop F. D. Washington at the age of nine or ten. After Bishop Washington's death in the late 1980s, Sharpton became a Baptist. We've been unable to identify any church where Rev. Sharpton served as officiating minister. Readers are invited to respond in the comment section to this question: "What church(es) did Al Sharpton pastor?"
Sharpton found his niche in life as a race hustler. He currently owns a Rolls Royce and owes about $4.5 million to various tax agencies, reports say.
Regarding the genuine Rev. Jackson:
He has been known across the country for his strong rebukes to the Democratic Party, especially during the 2012 presidential election, and ran for lieutenant governor of Virginia during the 2013-2014 election season.
Now, in response to national protests surrounding the deaths of Michael Brown and Eric Garner, which some assert were racially motivated, Jackson has created prayer cards to distribute to police stations across America. Jackson says that he does not believe that the police are purposefully targeting African Americans, and is concerned about the deaths of two New York police officers as a result of such accusations.
“I have been saying that this lie that police are out hunting down black men has got to stop,” he stated in a press release this week. “We now have two cops murdered in cold blood. It’s time for Americans to express our gratitude to our police officers.”
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