The MSNBC host's "We Shall Not Be Moved" march has inspired less than 1,000 people (with nothing better to do) on Facebook so far. However, the Women's March on Washington scheduled the same day has drawn 175,000 RSVPs and another quarter million people saying they're interested in attending.
Maybe people are getting tired of the venom and hatred Sharptongue spits out against "white folk" and "Hymies," as the anti-Semite calls Jewish people.
The Women's March will be held on January 21st, one week after the Sharpton protest march. This generally means that unless you live in the area, you're going to have to choose between which event you want to attend, and most people obviously don't want to be part of Sharptongue's event.
If Facebook is giving an accurate picture of preference to the two events, Sharptongue is being abandoned 175 to one (LOL).
A source close to the Rolex watch-wearing Rev. (as in "Revolting") Sharptongue says he's hoping to get at least 5,000 angry anti-white racists to march with him. But that's like flatulence in the wind compared to his competition.
The Women's March has partnered with over 150 organizations, including the National Action Network that once partnered with the Rev.
In contrast, official materials for Sharptongue's march shows only endorsements from the National Coalition of Black Civic Participation and the National Urban League, both who will obviously partner with anyone willing to ask. But recently, Sharptongue's people published material indicating 29 partners, many of whom are also sponsoring the Women's March and feel sorry for the Rev.
A spokeswoman for the Rev said he's getting support from "labor organizations, clergy, civil liberty groups and activists." She also claimed they're getting interest from college students, specifically from Howard University and Spelman College, but a representative from Spelman dispelled the claim saying they're not sending any students to the march.
But the Rev's spokeswoman disputed the claim saying that "There are over a 100 buses and people coming from all around the country including 21 buses coming from Harlem alone."
Taken literally, this translates to 21 buses coming alone, meaning that 21 bus drivers will attend, and over 100 other bus drivers as well.
And I don't know about now, but in the past, the Rev may have counted as two people.