Wright, Jackson, Sharpton... simply interchangeable bodies with the same poisoned mind.The U.S. south is “the land of the free, the home of genocide,” civil rights icon Rev. Jesse Jackson repeatedly said Wednesday in a speech that also implied former President Ronald Reagan was a racist.
College news outlet Campus Reform provided TheBlaze an audio recording of Jackson telling students at Furman University that Reagan and former presidential candidate Barry Goldwater both sought to sustain segregation.
“Goldwater and Reagan – had they been successful, it would have been illegal for blacks and whites to play together on a Saturday afternoon,” he said. “You couldn’t have had the Carolina Panthers behind the cotton curtain playing the Atlanta Falcons … it would have been illegal.”
“It’s a shame that Furman decided to celebrate such a historical event with such a divisive individual such as Rev. Jackson,” student Lauren Cooley, who organized that protest, told Campus Reform.
“He’s been stirring up division for years through outlandish anti-Semitic, anti-white, and anti-conservative statements,” Cooley added.
Rev. Jesse Jackson Caught on Audio Recording Unleashing in Tirade Against Reagan & U.S. South | TheBlaze.com