Black Activist Zaki Baruti: "It's OK to Call Ken Gladney an Uncle Tom… Most People Would Agree" (Video)

Black activist Zaki Baruti, the president of the Universal African Peoples Organization, told Bill O’Reilly last night that it’s OK to call Kenneth Gladney an “Uncle Tom” and “negro” because he was selling anti-Obama trinkets on the street.

“I most definitely stand by the statement that was made regarding Kenneth Gladney and stand very strongly with Rev. Elston McCowan.”

The former civil rights group, the NAACP, is supporting the two SEIU members who beat, kicked and stomped on black vendor Kenneth Gladney and called him the n-word as they bashed him on the cement.

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