This guy is a “reverend?”
In an unusually cogent discussion about the Charleston verdict for murderer Dylann Roof, “Reverend” Al Sharpton butchered a Bible verse.
After Joe Scarborough did a wonderful shout-out to the Charleston community for their “Christ-like” response, Joe quoted a Bible verse: “What you intended as evil, God has used for good.”
Sharpton felt he had to respond with his own Bible verse. And he butchered it.
Watch (fast forward to the 6:50 mark in the video below):
From the video:
Joe Scarborough: “You’re familiar obviously with the Bible verse – and I think Charleston actually showed this – in the story of Joseph: What you intended as evil, God has used for good. If there is something that goes over these extraordinary survivors down in Charleston, that’s it.”
Al Sharpton: “I think that’s the right Bible verse. I also think that the verse that says – do not grow weary in well doing because you will sow if you – what you reap – if you do not in any way hinder or – it’s according to your interpretation – or if you don’t in any way faint in your obligations – which is why we continue to keep fighting.“
Here’s the Bible verse Al Sharpton is apparently attempting to quote. Galatians 6:9 (KJV) : “And let us not be weary in well doing: for in due season we shall reap, if we faint not.”
Who made Al Sharpton a “reverend?”
He can’t even quote a Bible verse!!