Hands down the dumbest man on cable news.
Rev. Al Sharpton brazenly stated on the Monday edition of PoliticsNation that there was “no evidence at all” connecting embattled Attorney General Eric Holder to any scandals while complaining that Republicans were trying to “bully” him out of office.
“The precedent that it would set for them to just bully an Attorney General out of office when there is no evidence at all that would lead to connecting him to any of these so-called scandals, I think that would take a long time for the American public to be able to overcome if we could just start bullying the top law enforcement person out of office when he’s not connected to any of these things,” Sharpton said.
Holder’s fingerprints on the Justice Department’s naming of Fox News correspondent James Rosen as a criminal co-conspirator in a leaks case strongly belies Sharpton’s claim.