Sheriff David Clarke appeared on the Kelly Files last night and he took exception with the democrats over the rule of law. He talked about Cory Booker’s speech and this is what he said:
“What’s he so angry about? I mean when Donald Trump uses that kind of passion, they say he’s angry. But the only thing he didn’t use was a car in every driveway and a chicken in every pot. A lot of platitudes there. He talked all around a big problem for the Democrats this fall and that is their flawed candidate, Mrs. Bill Clinton, who should have been under criminal indictment. She’s a confirmed liar. She left people to die in Benghazi. All that kind stuff that he acted like it wasn’t there. But that stuff matters to the American people.”
“So, you know, this thing will go on just like the RBC. They’ll get their pom poms out, and you rah, rah and what not. But stark contrast I think with the Republicans. Donald Trump is the law and order candid and this DNC seems to be about embracing criminality and criminal behavior, trying to mainstream criminal behavior, hold these individuals up as if they’re martyrs and symbols of the new civil rights movement.”
Sheriff David Clarke, the outspoken sheriff of Milwaukee, has hit the nail right on the head again. He claims the DNC embraces criminality. That part is obvious considering that their nominee is serial offender, Hillary Clinton. Her vice presidential candidate took $160,000 in gifts as governor of Virginia. Bob McDonnell was originally convicted of accepting $150,000 in gifts but $120,000 of that was in loans that he paid back. So why wasn’t Kaine indicted? Because he is a democrat.
Specifically, Sheriff Clarke’s comments concerned the mothers of black men killed by police. The main feature is Bonnie Brown, mother of thug Michael Brown, who had just robbed a convenience store and then tried to disarm a policeman before charging at him, at which time he was shot.
Clarke told Megyn Kelly:
“Donald Trump is the law and order candidate, and this DNC seems to be about embracing criminality and criminal behavior, trying to mainstream criminal behavior, hold these individuals up as if they’re martyrs of the civil rights movement. Blue lives matter.”
Kelly then mentioned that Bonnie Brown was controversial since he had attacked the cop before he was killed, but Clarke took exception with all of the mothers who will speak tonight. As he pointed out, all of those men had resisted arrest, forcing the officers to make decisions they shouldn’t have had to make.