Missouri Lt. Governor: ‘Nothing Good Comes when Al Sharpton Comes to Your Town’

‘Somehow Al Sharpton is an honored visitor to the White House, despite the news of ten days ago that he owes four and a half million dollars in taxes to all of us’

"Nothing good comes when Al Sharpton comes to your town. I mean, the other day when he was at his 83rd visit at the White House, I thought it would have been a good time for folks from the IRS building, just a few blocks away, to walk up and serve him with papers the way they would any poor businessman or woman in Southeast Missouri where I come from, and they would padlock the business of those business people, and they wouldn’t take your story that you would have the money at noon the next day, they would laugh in your face. But somehow, Al Sharpton is an honored visitor to the White House despite the news of ten days ago that he owes four and a half million dollars in taxes to all of us."

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