Rev. Al Sharpton revealed he was “talking about” a “national rally” in DC to protest the deaths of Michael Brown and Eric Garner on Wednesday’s “PoliticsNation” on MSNBC.
“Marc Muriel, [of] the National Urban League, a lot of civil rights leaders are coming into town in the morning. We’re talking about having a national rally on the 13th of December in Washington. From Ferguson to New York, everybody coming together” he announced.
Sharpton continued “this is a national problem, we’re going to Washington on the 13th to raise the national issue of probable cause. All police are not bad, most are not bad, but you cannot have a nation where you can’t question police action. And you can’t question it violently…let’s protest, but protest non-violently.”
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