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Obama "fuels this sort of anger," Sheriff Clark says
Both President Obama and Hillary Clinton are fueling the ‘war on cops’ to divide the country and exploit the hysteria for political gain, Milwaukee Co. Sheriff Clarke pointed out.
“The Commander-in-Chief opens his mouth and sticks his foot in it… exploiting things that don’t exist,” he told Fox News Friday. “…He didn’t cause this, but you know what, he fuels this sort of anger, this ‘misplaced anger’ about things going on that were thousands of miles away.”
“The [shootings in Louisiana and Minnesota] didn’t happen anywhere near Dallas.”
And Hillary Clinton acted no differently, Sheriff Clarke added.
“We’ve heard from Mrs. Bill Clinton who threw up the hashtag #BlackLivesMatter yesterday and exploited the situation – two situations, one in Louisiana and the other in Minnesota,” he continued. “…[And] President Obama, it’s kinda interesting he said ‘the facts aren’t in’ [because] he’s 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, disparate treatment, people of color… all this nonsense [accusations before the facts] like I said. He’s armed with powerful words and he uses those words irresponsibly to fuel this sort of anger toward the American police officer and I wish he’d just knock it off.”
As to Jesse Jackson’s claim that Donald Trump was “responsible” for the Dallas massacre, Sheriff Clarke said Jackson was a “blowhard” trying to stay relevant after his time had passed.
“I’ll tell you right now: nobody in the country… has stood behind the American law enforcement officer like Donald Trump,” Clark stated. “I cannot wait until January when President Obama leaves the White House for the last time and my hope – I pray that Donald J. Trump becomes the next Commander-and-Chief because we need a president who’s going to stand beside us and support us – all across the country, unambiguously, by the way, we know we’re not going to get that from Mrs. Bill Clinton.”
“The saddest day for law enforcement will be the day she becomes President of the United States.”