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Sharpton: Special Counsel Hur’s Report Is Election Interference

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MSNBC host Al Sharpton criticized Special Counsel Robert Hur’s report on President Joe Biden’s handling of classified documents, likening Hur to a modern version of James Comey and suggesting that the report is intended to influence an election.

Sharpton questioned the relevance of certain inquiries and characterized the report as politically motivated.

“I wanted to have you on with us because I want to know what you thought about what was in the report?” Alicia Menendez asked.

“I thought that when I read what Hur said, that Hur is being a 21st century, or 24, I should say, 2024 version of James Comey. He is clearly trying to effect an election, impact an election,” Sharpton said.

However, he expressed relief that the report was released in February rather than closer to an election, expressing confidence in the discernment of the American people.

“Because you have to ask yourself, why would he even be questioning Joe Biden about when did his son die? If somebody is coming and questioning me, thank God none of my two children are dead, but why would they ask me when my mother died? Do I remember the date? So to even ask it is suspect,” he said.

“Then to put it in a report that has nothing to do with that and then to go through other things, it’s clearly a political report,” he said. “The good news, though, is it’s done in February, not right before an election. I think that the American people are smarter than they think they are.”

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