Race Baiter Jesse Jackson Just Got TERRIFYING News SPREAD THIS EVERYWHERE!


Known race baiter for profit the Reverend Jesse Jackson is now being accused of sexual harassment by a journalist from the Root – a black culture publication. A journalist named Danielle Young states Jackson grabbed her thigh at an event and then stated –  “I like all of that right there!”

Young is both a writer and producer for the Root and used her pen to publish a 2,000-word piece on Monday in which she detailed Jackson’s inappropriate conduct towards her while a photo was taken of the two of them together at an event where Jackson was the keynote speaker approximately three years ago.

Related image

take our poll - story continues below

Whom do you consider to be the most corrupt Democrat Politician?

  • Whom do you consider to be the most corrupt Democrat Politician?  

  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.
Completing this poll grants you access to AFF updates free of charge. You may opt out at anytime. You also agree to this site's Privacy Policy and Terms of Use.

Young’s article included seven photos of herself with Jackson.  One of which shows Jackson’s right arm is around her neck while his left arm embraces Young’s arm across her body. Another shows Young pointing directly at the camera, “asking [Jackson] if we can just take the picture,” according to her article.


Young states –


“I walked toward Jackson, smiling, and he smiled back at me. His eyes scanned my entire body. All of a sudden, I felt naked in my sweater and jeans. As I walked within arm’s reach of him, Jackson reached out a hand and grabbed my thigh, saying, ‘I like all of that right there!’ and gave my thigh a tight squeeze.”

Young stated the unexpected, unsolicited, and unwelcome touch left her “shocked, to say the least,” and was highly uncomfortable in a room filled with her colleagues. She states she did not know how to respond so she just sort of laughed.


“And I continued to giggle as he pulled me in closer, stared down at my body, smiled and told me he was only kidding. The entire time, my co-worker snapped photos.

When I was finally able to pull myself away from the Rev. Jackson’s grip, I was deflated. I admired this man who marched alongside the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., a man who represented our ability to overcome, a man who is really … just a man.

Young also tells of discussing the incident with a former colleague and after the conversation realizing her situation was in no way unique, as her co-worker shared her own experience.

“I remember him being inappropriate with all the women and I also remember you telling me that he did something more with you. And then we brushed the s–t off and chalked it up to him just being a dirty old man.”

Jackson released a statement through a representative with an apology for the incident but claimed to not remember meeting Young.

“Although Rev. Jackson does not recall the meeting three years ago, he profoundly and sincerely regrets any pain Ms. Young may have experienced.”

Young is now the second person to come forward with allegations of sexual harassment.  The first such incident occurred in 2011 from Jackson’s former employee – Tommy R. Bennett.  Bennet filed a formal complaint against Jackson’s Rainbow PUSH coalition in Chicago.  The complaint accused Jackson of discriminating against him based on his sexual orientation as well sexual harassment.

Related image

Bennett’s formal complaint alleges Jackson asked him to rub a prescription cream on his thigh.  When Bennett refused to do so, Jackson became incensed.

Jackson himself has been very vocal in his criticism of President Donald Trump condemning his locker room talk caught on tape and revealed during the 2016 election. Jackson has even gone so far as to state to attendees of the Ministers March for Justice rally in Washington, DC just this past September that President Trump “would not qualify to get into Jesus’ kingdom.” Funny but the Bible I read also warns against hypocrisy.

Facebook Has Banned Us!

The leftists at Facebook decided they didn’t like our message, so they removed our page and are censoring us. Help us fight back and subscribe to our newsletter so that you can stay up-to-date with everything Facebook doesn’t want you to see!

Disqus Comments