July 8th, 2016 • iizthatiiz
Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke wants to know what ‘Cop-Hater-In-Chief’ Barack Obama has to say about events in Dallas last night that took the lives of five police officers, injured seven others, and two civilians.
“He didn’t cause this”, Clarke stated, but said “He fuels this sort of anger, this misplaced anger”.
Clarke said that Obama is “usually popping off at the mouth, before he’s been briefed, or before he knows any of the facts. Like he did yesterday. Without any foundation he talked about racism and disparaged treatment of people of color. All this nonsense. He’s armed with powerful words, and he uses those words irresponsibly. It fuels this sort of anger toward the American police officer. I wish he’d knock it off.”
The Sheriff also had critical words for ‘Mrs. Bill Clinton’ who threw up the hashtag #BlackLivesMatter yesterday”, implying that she also condones the incitement toward violence against law enforcement.
He reminded viewers that almost two years ago he declared to the consternation of some, “that war had been declared on the American police officer.”
Clarke offered a ray of hope for the future:
“Nobody in the country that’s running for president right now, and there’s only two people left, has stood behind and beside the American law enforcement officer like Donald Trump. I cannot wait until January 20th, 2017 when President Obama leaves the White House for the last time”
“I pray that Donald J. Trump becomes the next Commander-In-Chief because we need a president who is going to stand beside us and support us all across the country unambiguously. We know we’re not going to get that out of Mrs. Bill Clinton.”
Sheriff Clarke spoke with the morning hosts of Fox & Friends: