TAKE A HIKE: Watch this Black Bishop Tell Al Sharpton to Go Anywhere BUT Baltimore

Screen Shot 2015-04-29 at 10.56.36 AMPreach it bishop! Check out some of the ironies he points out about this whole Baltimore situation.

On the first night of a city-wide curfew following the massive Monday riots, the streets of Baltimore were relatively quiet. The Wall Street Journal reports that some 3,000 police officers and National Guard troops stood watch Tuesday night in troubled parts of the city. Only minor skirmishes with a few unruly protestors were reported.

“The overnight order to stay inside ended at 5 a.m. with no reports of disturbances in the early morning hours—and with only 10 people arrested: two for looting, one for disorderly conduct and seven for violating the curfew….”

Even as officials in Baltimore appear to be getting a very tense situation under control, Al Sharpton is pledging to go to the city and organize a two-day march next month to nearby Washington, D.C., where he will reportedly deliver a demand to the new Attorney General, Loretta Lynch, that she “intervene” in the case of Freddie Gray.

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