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Jesse Jackson's Daughter Slams Joe Biden for "Chains" Remark

Anonymous16936 Wrote: Aug 18, 2012 12:06 PM
Ms. Jackson, you and I don't always agree, but on this issue I am so glad you spoke up. It IS insulting to the black community and to all the hard work that's been put into Dr King's message. It sets back our society as a whole and creates nothing but hate between races. We have to get beyond this. Not forget our history, but grow and become healthy together, so we can all prosper and respect each other. We don't have to love each other, but we do have to respect, and be civil to each other, and words that come out of our leaders mouths like this from Joe Biden, Al Sharpton, and others just tear us all down, and defeat the purpose of Dr King's message.

Although Al Sharpton is defending Joe Biden and his "they'll put ya'll back in chains" comments, Fox News Contributor Santita Jackson, Jesse Jackson's daughter, isn't buying it. Last night on Hannity, Jackson called for Biden to apologize and take back the remarks she found to be "profoundly insulting."

Jackson's comments came just hours after former Governor of Virginia Douglas Wilder, said on Fox News' Cavuto that he was offended by Biden's comments. Wilder was the first African-American governor since reconstruction.