Sheriff Clarke Won’t Apologize For His Recent Calls For POPULAR REVOLT – “I Say What I Mean And I Mean What I Say”
In a political year where the Democrat candidate for president is actually heard to admit that she has both a “public” position and a “private” one – a man who says, “I say what I mean and I mean what I say” is a rarity.
Milwaukee Sheriff David Clarke, named “Person of the Year,” by New York City's largest police union, is just such a man.
A Democrat, Clarke supports Donald Trump and was a featured speaker at the Republican convention where he attacked the Black Lives Matter movement, calling it “anarchy.”
The speech created a firestorm and a recent tweet about the election has again put Sheriff Clarke in the news, as he posted a picture of angry protesters holding old-age weapons with the caption, “pitchforks and torches time.”
Urging voters to “stay actively involved,” Clarke noted in an interview that the roots of the nation are deep in revolution.
“The founding fathers … wanted a government based on self-rule, and unfortunately had to start a revolution to get out from under the heavy fist of King George. Why was that not so radical?”
Mainstream media has blasted Clarke and his hometown newspaper, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, published an editorial calling him “attention-seeking” and “irresponsible,” but the sheriff who has been re-elected to his post three times with overwhelming majorities, refused to back down.
Apparently, Sheriff Clarke, unlike the politician who readily admits to doing exactly the opposite, really does say what he means and means what he says.
Check out Sheriff Clarke talk about Trump's Wisconsin campaign here: