Al Sharpton say the Royal Wedding shows that White Supremacy is on it’s “last breath”
Al Sharpton the professional race baiter says the Royal wedding between Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, who is biracial, is a sign that white supremacy is “on its last breath.”
Sharpton spoke in Harlem Saturday at his National Action Network rally and chose to address the bi-racial royal wedding. The event of the weekend that had captivated Great Britain and many women in the United States.
“When you got little white girls in Wales saying, ‘I want to be like Meghan,’ there’s a shift worldwide that white male supremacy is on its last breath,” Sharpton said.
“When you have little white girls in Arkansas look up and say, ‘I want to be beautiful and smart like Michelle Obama. I want to dress like the Obama girls (Sasha and Malia),’ that’s where that white supremacy is questioned. White parents in their living room say, ‘We’ve got to do something.’ That’s what Trump played on. ‘We’re losing control of our own children,'” he continued.
Sharpton dug into history referencing a British African queen that was hid in history but said it would be different this time.
“They hid the fact that there was an African-blooded queen 57 years married to King George III, named Sophie Charlotte,” Sharpton said.
“But Meghan is too well-known. Y’all ain’t gonna hide Meghan. In fact, she brought mama there so y’all can’t,” he continued, referring to Markle’s African-American mother Doria Ragland, who was watching her daughter wed Prince Harry Saturday afternoon, and also had tea with fellow royals on Friday.
Markle was proud of he biracial upbringing mentioning it throughout her engagement with Prince Harry.
The marriage ceremony featured a black American Bishop from Chicago, a black choir and famous songs by African-American artists like “Stand By Me” and “This Little Light of Mine,” which became an anthem of the civil rights movement in America in the ’50s and ’60s.
Sharpton added that white supremacists are “losing their minds” because things aren’t the way they once were when it comes to clear lines between different races.