Dec. 12, 2014

Al Sharpton Wants Sony Execs Treated Like Donald Sterling

Leaked emails of Hollywood executives – who just happen to be big-time Democrat donors – show two of them wondering what kind of movie Barack Obama would enjoy. Amy Pascal emailed her colleague Scott Rudin asking what question she should ask of the president, who she was meeting at a breakfast. The two only mentioned movies with black actors in the leads, such as “Django,” “12 Years a Slave,” and “The Butler.” Career race-baiter Al Sharpton had to get his two cents on the issue. In a statement Thursday, he said, “These emails nominate Amy Pascal to be considered by some of us in the same light that we concluded and moved on the ownership of Donald Sterling of the L.A. Clippers.” In effect, he’s hinting that Pascal should be stripped of her position at Sony, just like the Clippers team was forced from Sterling’s ownership. Always expect Sharpton to make a huge issue of almost anything in the headlines. After all, that’s how he remains relevant.

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