Rev. Al Sharpton delivered a eulogy during George Floyd’s memorial service on Thursday, during which he told the audience that police brutality and racial discrimination occur daily and implored white Americans to “get off our necks!”
Sharpton, in discussing his presence at Thursday’s service, noted that he’s often called to speak when certain issues need attention.
“One thing I found out about roaches is that if you keep the light off, if you in the dark, a roach will pull up to your dinner table and have a five-course meal,” he said. “So I learned that one of the ways to deal with roaches is if you cut the light off, I could run them roaches and track them down. And I’ve spent