Sheriff David Clarke: “War Has Been Declared on Cops!” [VIDEO]

Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke has become the voice of law-abiding conservatives across the country. He appeared on Fox News’ Fox and Friends Friday morning to add some context to the recent events that have unfolded in our country. Needless to say, Clarke is not happy with the mass of liberals in America, and he lays particular blame at the feet of President Obama.

What can you say? This is horrible. Beyond belief for the American law enforcement community. 

I want to know — have we heard from the cop-hater in chief yet about this?

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Have we heard from Mrs. Bill Clinton who threw up the hashtag #BlackLivesMatter yesterday?

The extraordinary situation, the two situations in Louisiana and Minnesota, horrible no doubt, but when the commander in chief opens his mouth and sticks his foot in it, he just is exploiting things that don’t exist. He has no evidence, this is the stuff.

He didn’t didn’t cause this, but you know what, he fuels this sort of misplaced anger about things going on thousands of miles away, this didn’t happen anywhere near Dallas.

 

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