|The 80s Rev. Perm was a FBI snitch.|
Looks like Bryan "Birdman" Williams better watch what he says to Rev. Perm. The controversy surrounding the Smoking Gun releasing declassifed files about the liberal agitator. He was a former FBI informant, current chief of the National Action Network and host of MSNBC program PoliticsNation/
Not saying that being on the side of the law is a bad thing. But when you're a bombastic agitator who profits off rage, you're always going to take fire (especially around your critics).
The Smoking Gun unearthed some damning things about the MSNBC agitator when he was the big guy in a track suit and the huge perm.
Sharpton said in 1988 that he informed for the government in order stem the flow of crack cocaine into black neighborhoods. He denied informing on civil rights leaders.
In 2002, HBO's Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel aired a 19-year-old FBI videotape of an undercover sting operation showing Sharpton with an undercover FBI agent posing as a Latin American businessman and a reputed Colombo crime family captain.
During the discussion, the undercover agent offered Sharpton a 10% commission for arranging drug sales. On the videotape, Sharpton mostly nods and allows the FBI agent to do most of the talking. No drug deal was ever consummated, and no charges were brought against Sharpton as a result of the tape.
In April 2014, The Smoking Gun obtained documents indicating that Sharpton became an FBI informant in 1983 following Sharpton's role in a drug sting involving Colombo crime family captain Michael Franzese. Sharpton allegedly recorded incriminating conversations with Genovese and Gambino family mobsters, contributing to the indictments of several underworld figures. Sharpton is referred to in FBI documents as "CI-7."
|Liberal agitator is a huge supporter of President Barack Obama. The controversial agitator is trying to change the subject after The Smoking Gun unearthed FBI files of him being a snitch.|
Summarizing the evidence supporting that Sharpton was an active FBI informant in the 1980s, William Bastone, the Smoking Gun’s founder, stated: “If he (Sharpton) didn’t think he was an informant, the ‘Genovese squad’ of the FBI and NYPD officials sure knew him to be an informant. He was paid to be an informant, he carried a briefcase with a recording device in it, and he made surreptitious tape recordings of a Gambino crime family member 10 separate times as an informant. He did it at the direction of the FBI, he was prepped by the FBI, was handed the briefcase by the FBI and was debriefed after the meetings. That’s an informant.”
The old saying: Snitches get stitches will haunt the agitator for the remaining of his life.
Here's That Guy Who Helped Obama Win taking glee in this.