Tell us how you really feel, Sheriff.
Appearing on Fox and Friends earlier today, Sheriff David Clarke, an outspoken African-American lawman from Milwaukee, ripped into the Black Lives Matter movement, calling them “sub-human creeps” and “garbage.”
And we say, Amen!
Clarke was discussing recent protests in New York City, where the Black Lives Matter thugs decided to stage a rally just days after a black police officer was shot and killed. Because, despite being black, his life apparently didn’t matter.
The goal of the protest was to allegedly “stop police terror” and honor “victims of police murder.”
Clarke questioned why police would even bother to patrol these anti-cop events and not let them fend for themselves.
Via the Daily Caller:
Host Brian Kilmeade added, “But the president says they have a point, Sheriff.” Clarke retorted, “What I would do is let them fend for themselves. Let the good law abiding people of New York clash with them for disrupting their lives, disrupting their businesses. Then the police can show up and arrest these sub-human creeps for creating a disturbance.”
Regarding police brutality, Clarke argued, “there is no police brutality in America. We ended that back in the sixties. So I don’t know where they’re coming from. You look at the data and the research, and there’s a new Harvard study out that shows that there is no racism in the hearts of police officers. They go about their daily duty, if you will, to keep communities safe.”
Clarke also shredded the President for fueling the fire that motivates these anti-police groups.
“The president of the United States knows better,” Clarke insisted. “He’s playing the race game. He’s playing race politics. Shame on him. He’s been very divisive for this country. He has been a nightmare, and I cannot wait until January 2017 so that America’s nightmare can be over.”
When Kilmeade asked Clarke if Black Lives Matter “plays an important role,” the Clarke claimed, “No, it’s garbage. It’s a subversive movement. Like I said, they advocate the overthrow of our legally constituted government. It is not a protest movement.”
According to reporters on the scene where Officer Randolph Holder was being tended to for his fatal gunshot wounds, Black Lives Matter protesters were actually cheering his death.
Comment: Is Clarke right, are Black Lives Matter protesters who cheer the deaths of police officers garbage, or is there a more appropriate word to describe them?