The pride of Milwaukee, Sheriff David Clark, was on the Megyn Kelly Show again Monday night to discuss one of the main figures behind the anti-police protests happening all across the country.
A couple of weeks ago Clarke told Kelly that the country was going to need “a period of reconstruction” to put it back together again after Obama’s done tearing it down.
This week, the sheriff had the Reverend Al in his sites, and he let him have it with both barrels.
Megyn Kelly asked him what he thought of the 180 degree change in rhetoric coming from the good Rev since the cop killings happened.
“Phony, is what he is,” Clarke replied with visible disgust. “Al Sharpton’s a cartoon. I don’t know why the media continues to put a camera and a microphone in front of his face…as if he’s some kind of — ”
Megyn Kelly interrupted, “because the White House is using him as their point man on race issues!”
(This is true, but long before Barack Obama was around, the media was putting a camera and microphone in front of Sharpton’s face – after Tawana Brawley, Crown Heights and Freddie’s Fashion Mart. After the Tawana Brawley debacle alone, Al Sharpton should have been a pariah, yet the media continued to seek him out for his take on racial issues.)
Clarke responded that “Al Sharpton has led a pathway that has led to police hatred all across America. He doesn’t believe a word of what he said, today – neither does anyone else. He does propagate violence. He propagates hate, he’s self serving, and it’s about time that America starts to turn away from Al Sharpton and some of these other cop haters we’ve heard so much from for the past couple of months.”
Later Clarke said that “he’s (Sharpton’s) trying to walk away and distance himself from some of the anti-cop hate that he’s been spewing darn near his whole life, but I’m n ot going to let him get away with it.”
He added, “you’re known by the company you keep, and when I see him shoulder to shoulder with people like Mayor DeBlasio, when I see him with Eric Holder, when I see him in the company of the president of the United States, that tells me a lot because I would question the judgement of ANYBODY in the United States of America who would hold council with and take advice from AL SHARPTON.”
When Kelly, (playing devil’s advocate) argued that Sharpton was only representing the interests of powerless victims, Clark literally scoffed, ” my advice to the Garner family, the Brown family and anybody else – if you see Al Sharpton coming in your direction – he’s coming to your town – run as fast and as far as you can from that individual because he’s only here to squeeze as much juice out of you as he can for his own self-serving puposes – and then he leaves.” Clarke went on to note that Sharpton hasn’t been seen anywhere around Ferguson to help the town rebuild (in the wake of the riots he helped incite.) “He’s not going to be around the Garner family much longer either,” he continued. “He’s going to go on to the next self-serving mission that Al Sharpton is known for, I find it to be sick – I find it to be despicable.”
In her opening statement on the NYPD assassinations, Megyn Kelly did an excellent job explaining the timeline from the past few months that set the stage for the cop killings. Features the poisonous race-baiting rhetoric of Al Sharpton, Bill DeBlasio, Eric Holder, and Barack Obama.