Imagine that.

Al Sharpton, of the Just-us Brothers, rolled into Chicago this past Thursday for a town hall meeting to address gun control issues.

It didn’t go as Al had planned.

The audience was fed up and angry.

They weren’t calling for more gun control laws.

Instead, they were demanding jobs and railing not against guns, but decades of Machine Politics that have crippled that city.

Here’s how Breitbart reported it:

On Thursday, a town hall meeting hosted by Al Sharpton and the National Action Network to address gun violence exploded into a revolt against “Chicago Machine” politics, Mayor Rahm Emanuel, and the aldermen in City Hall, with panel and audience members calling to vote out their elected officials.

One 82-year-old preacher even called for “Tea Party” style meetings in some of Chicago’s south side communities such as Altgeld Gardens and Trumbull Park.

Bizpac Review reported it as:

Sharpton may have expected a discussion on more gun control laws, but instead many in the audience of about 300 said they needed jobs and a solution to the foreclosure problem plaguing the city.


6 thoughts on “Al Sharpton’s town hall meeting against guns erupts in revolt against Democrat machine politics”
  1. I’m happy to hear this type of dissent coming from chicago. Our God given rights in this state have been trampled on for years. People need jobs not promises.

    The FOID card was passed as a way to detour more draconian law from the Chicago machine, not keep people safe.

    In the end we will all be slaves to the Bolsheviks unless we can come together and stop this tyranny

  2. The other piece of the puzzle I’d to get some mon-machine candidates in these communities who will actually stand up for freedom and responsibility.

  3. DM is right on the money with his post.


    Jon I’m asking for someone to reach out to some of these people at that meeting and start sharing ideas that we night find common ground!

    Its time to come together to restore liberty in chicago!

  4. Look at the people at the meeting. They are the same ones who voted these people in for decades, and now want to complain about them. They will go to the polls next time and vote for the same people, as long as there is a “D” beside the name.
    Insanity: Doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results.

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