Sharpton: ‘All is Not Lost,’ Obama Can Veto

Wednesday on the “The Tom Joyner Morning Show,” Al Sharpton talked about the Republican takeover of the U.S. Congress.

Sharpton said, “This is the largest majority Republicans have had since the 1920s, and what will happen, and how we deal with our interests, when we have both the U.S. Senate and the House of Representatives dominated by the Republicans — one, we need to realize and recognize, had we voted like we should have we wouldn’t be here,” he said. “But secondly, all is not lost, the president can use veto power, which he already said he is going to do about the Keystone Pipeline legislation, and executive action.”

“Even though the legislature is tied down, the executive branch, and our moving in the streets doesn’t in anyway stop.” Sharpton added.

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