Mo’Kelly hates having to keep telling folks “Mo’Kelly told you so” as Mo’Kelly is very humble and very grounded. He NEVER enjoys rubbing his superior intellect in the face of those who disagree with him, especially those pimping African-Americans under the guise of civil rights leadership.
Uh, well maybe not “never.”
But Mo’Kelly will bring to light the “coincidence” that once again he was right and Rev. Al Sharpton (Rev. Sharpie) was wrong. Recently Rev. Sharpie called out the media and Congress as to the alleged “unfair” treatment of Barry Bonds in comparison to Roger Clemens.
To which Mo’Kelly responded…
“Barry Bonds’ 2007 indictment for perjury stemmed from 2003 grand jury testimony. Note the math here…
Clemens finished testifying when? 20 minutes ago? That is “disparate treatment” in and of itself. Couldn’t he have AT LEAST waited until March, or maybe 2009?
He’ll get no disagreement from Mo’Kelly that members of the media have been more “kind” and “reluctant to accuse” Clemens of steroid infidelity. Mo’Kelly understands that and isn’t blind to these truths.
But that’s not even close to the issue here. To correctly draw a comparison between the “attack” on Barry Bonds and the “attack” on Roger Clemens, patience was in order. You have to let the fullness of the event play itself out. To use a baseball analogy, you can’t call the game after the 2nd inning and tell Mo’Kelly who won, lost and why. This is simply another example of Rev. Sharpie attempting to pursue questionable exploits and fruitless endeavors.”
- Mo’Kelly: Rev. Al Sharpton Jumps on the Steroid Bandwagon
ESPN is now reporting that the “third inning” has now begun and proven Mo’Kelly right. So in truth, ESPN is really the one saying Mo’Kelly was right…not Mo’Kelly.
Anyhow, you read the facts below and then come back and heap praises on Mo’Kelly. Especially you Rev. Sharpie.
UPDATE: 2.28.08 – USAToday is now reporting that the FBI is officially investigating Clemens. See if Sharpie could just hold his drawers for five minutes, he wouldn’t have made himself out to look foolish…again.
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