I would have asked Sharpton if he still has a problem with “punk faggots.”

Via The Blaze:

Al Sharpton was confronted by a Breitbart.com reporter in Los Angeles on Thursday and asked whether he stands by his involvement in the controversial Tawana Brawley case. His answer? Mixed.

In short, Sharpton tried to wordsmith his way out of answering.

After addressing Sharpton’s involvement in the Crown Heights riots, reporter Christian Hartsock asked, “And in your role in the Tawana Brawley case —”

“Yes, I stood by her,” Sharpton interrupted, using the past tense. “And there was no violence.”

“You stand by the case?” Hartsock asked in clarification.

He responded, “I stand by many cases,“ before rattling off the names of cases he has “won.”

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