When Hannity asked Malkin if she felt Sharpton had done a good job uniting people or solving problems through his activism she couldn’t help but come with the hate.
“Al Sharpton has blood on his hands. He’s ruined lives. He’s been one of the worst purveyors of racial divisiveness and hate in my lifetime. How can you expect an ounce of honor from a man who doesn’t have it?”
“Certainly he’s not going to go out of his way to try and defend yours or be a stand-up guy,” she continued. “I love you like a brother, Sean, and I was very dismayed when you made that decision and I know you made it out of good faith to attend the National Action Network, but this guy is a shakedown artist who hates cops, who hates whites, who hates Jews.”
Malkin went on criticize Sharpton’s positions on racial issues:
“And I think the lesson here is something that I have worked tirelessly to remind all conservatives. If you get in the snake pit, you will be bit and conservatives have been far too nice to these people in a good faith effort to try and have honest race relations. You can’t with someone who is a demagogue and who is evil.”