Rev. Al Sharpton refused to apologize or “correct the record” for his role in pushing falsehoods, inciting violence and riots that broke out in Ferguson, Missouri. In an appearance on “The Kelly File” the: civil rights leader would not apologize for fueled anger using a false “hands up don’t shoot” narrative involving the shooting of Michael Brown by Darren Wilson.
Sharpton also weighed in on the presidential campaign. He supports Hillary Clinton for president and is helping her lock up the black vote in New York before the primary on Tuesday.