Al Sharpton just made a huge announcement that could change everything in 2020

There is nobody in America who has done more to sew racial division than Al Sharpton.

He truly is a race hustler, who is simply willing to stir up any controversy to make money.

And Al Sharpton just made a huge announcement that could change everything in 2020.

Self-described “civil rights leader” Al Sharpton believes he is the voice for black Americans.

For decades, he has launched racist attacks against white people and Jews, only to be seen as a hero in the Democrat Party.

And as it turns out, he may be trying to capitalize on that.

In a recent interview, Sharpton came out stating he isn’t ruling out a 2020 run for President.

“I never rule anything out,” he said.

PJ Media reports:

If you’re still hoping for even more Democrats to join the already crowded clown car of 2020 candidates, you’re in luck, because Rev. Al Sharpton might be thinking about entering the race.

“I never rule anything out,” said Sharpton, adding that he isn’t currently exploring a run for the nomination.

Sharpton’s feeling about where the Democratic Party is in relation to Trump is no secret. This year, on a recent visit to the United Kingdom, Sharpton told the Guardian Trump would likely Keep America Great because Democrats are “too tame to deal with an untamed opponent.” And he’s run before, citing among other things, a need to insert his voice at a time where the party had seemed insincere about its declared direction. That year, he also gave one of the more memorable speeches at the 2004 Democratic convention, saying he ran in part to show poor children who grew up like he did that they can also run for president of the United States.

Those who run for President rarely admit it before making their announcement.

So the fact that he isn’t willing to rule it out it makes many believe he may actually jump into the race.

He does see himself as a leader after all.

And after having his own show on MSNBC, he clearly has a lot of Democrats who would support him.

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