Only the Lord knows what the Reverend Al Sharpton’s native language is, but is sure not English, as in the King’s English, from New York Post:

WASHINGTON – The Rev. Al Sharpton said Sunday there’s nothing funny about comedian Bill Maher using the N-word.


Maher used the N-word during an interview Friday with Sen. Ben Sasse (R-Neb.).

“I’ve got to get to Nebraska more,” Maher told the politician.

“You are welcome,” Sasse said. “We’d love to have you work in the fields with us.”

“Work in the fields?! Senator, I’m a house, n—-r,” Maher said.

The comment sparked laughs and groans from the audience.

It is maybe a bad joke, a poor joke or lame joke. However it was a joke. The proof is that some people in audience laughed. People laughed. It was funny. Therefore it was a joke.  Heck is liberal political commentators, posing as comedians, such a Bill Mahar or Kathy Griffin didn’t tell bad jokes, they would not have any material.