Time to Pressure the Corporations That Donate to Cop-Murdering Al Sharpton’s National Action Network

Al Sharpton is able to fly around the country advocating for violent protests and the murder of cops because many of the nation’s top corporations have fallen for his shakedown efforts and give him millions to fund his activities. It is time to pressure these corporations to stop finding this charlatan’s efforts.

Did you know that Walmart gives Sharpton’s National Action Network (NAN) millions every year? So does beer giant Anheuser-Busch. And so do Macy’s and drug company Pfizer. And it’s time they all stop doing so.

These companies have all been afraid of seeming like “racists” for any refusal to donate millions to NAN, but now that Sharpton has become a part of the murder of several cops, isn’t it time that these same corporations fear being linked to a pusher of violence?

A recent article in The New York Post listed a series of large national companies that donate money to Sharpton’s NAN.

The Posts lists Anheuser-Busch, NY Developer Forest City Ratner, Walmart, MGM, Pepsi, Macy’s, Honda, Chrysler, General Motors, FedEx, Continental Airlines, Johnson & Johnson and Chase.

Another way that Sharpton has been able to afford to flay all around the country on his shakedown and violence tours is that he doesn’t pay his taxes. A few years ago it was estimated that Sharpton owed at least $1.5 million in back taxes and he still hasn’t paid any of it.

Sharpton also rakes in millions from unions. So, if you are part of a union it is likely that your dues are going to fund this cop-killer.

So, folks, it is long past time to contact these companies and organizations to demand that they stop funding Al Sharpton.

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  • GarandFan

    Sadly, the CEO’s of those corporations don’t have the balls.

    Be interesting to see the actual books on Sharpton’s and Shake-Down Jackson’s organizations and see where the money is really going.

    • ohio granny

      Offshore in secret accounts is my guess.

  • jim_m

    The workers at Freddie’s Fashion Mart were unavailable for comment.

  • Brucehenry

    Good luck. Your target demographic loves Walmart and Budweiser more than they hate Sharpton.

  • Walter_Cronanty

    We don’t need to pressure any entity other than our Federal Government. Hell, if the feds would enforce our tax laws against Sharpton half as zealously as it enforces them against conservatives, he’d be out of business.. Why does he get off the hook? Could it be those 61 visits to the White House?

  • Neo

    Did Al Sharpton act as a lobbyist for Comcast and solict the White House in favor of the Comcast/NBC Universal merger ?

    Is he registered as a lobbyist ?
    Did he meet in the White House in contravention of establish rules for lobbyists ?

    • jim_m

      obama maintains that he is above the law. It simply doesn’t matter whether Sharpton broke the law when meeting with obama. There is no law, only power and obama’s willingness to abuse it.

  • 914

    Al is Obolas left hand man.. He shakes it for barry every chance they get!

  • Robert T. Griffin

    Al Sharpton thrives on these occasions, he sends in his goon squad to intimidate, baits the trap, and reaps the benefits of a pretty good lucrative business arrangement with the Corleone family. Reads like a novel, but stings like a bee… Corruption feeds corruption, Al Sharpton owes taxes… Just as he owes the American people an answer for all the misery that he’s caused business owners in racially torn districts that he’s infected with his style of politics and hate mongering… Parasitic, rat infested ideology that no decent man or woman should have to tolerate in order to establish a means to earn a living in a civilized society.