“SHUT IT DOWN!”: Ferguson Youths Storm Stage At Al Sharpton Event (Video)

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It would seem that Al Sharpton never learned what could happen when you play with fire.

Case in point.

There was an embarrassing incident during Al Sharpton’s “Justice for All” march in Washington D.C. on Saturday. A group of youth from Ferguson, Missouri, the same youth who have been trained by radical leftists to disrupt traffic and cause mayhem, ironically disrupted the event and caused mayhem.

A group of young people with arms raised yelling, “Hands up, don’t shoot” and, “If we don’t get it. Shut it down!” stormed the stage with bull horns demanding to be allowed to speak. (video below):

The Russian News, RT, went so far as to report that the youths were accusing Al Sharpton of hijacking their movement. (video below):

According to the video description:

A march in Washington D.C. against the killing of Black men in the US by police officers organised by the National Action Alliance, headed by Reverend Al Sharpton, was interrupted by a group of youth activists from Ferguson, Saturday. The activists rushed the stage demanding to be heard and accused Sharpton of turning their cause into a show.”

The apparent division among the Ferguson protesters may just be a reflection of the same division that has been prevalent in the Democratic party since the mid-term elections.

Maybe it’s just a case of Al Sharpton being called out for what he is, or a good example of what happens when Progressives incite crowds with anger and train people to be radicals…and then are somehow surprised when they can’t control them.

When you play with fire, you might get burned.

Maybe Al should remember that for the next time he wants to go…”help” someone.

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