Video: Sheriff David Clarke Slams DOJ’s “Junk” Ferguson Report: “Bogus Use of Statistics,” “Misapplication of Data”

Milwaukee Sheriff David Clarke is one of the few people in law enforcement willing to come out in public and forcefully say what he thinks Barack Obama and Eric Holder are really up to with their false racial grievance narrative. He has been calling them out in the media for many months, while most in the the media have meekly and cravenly accepted the Bravo Sierra coming from the Regime.

On Saturday’s Justice with Judge Jeanine, Clark said he wasn’t surprised by the recent police shootings in Ferguson, Missouri.

“That’s what I knew this was going to come to,” he declared. “I knew that stoking this flame would cause individuals to blatantly now, come out and attack law enforcement officers – like the ambush in NYC with officers Ramos and Liu, like the incident in LA where a police squad was patrolling a neighborhood and took on sniper fire – as well as San Francisco. So this isn’t the first time it’s happened, and I believe it’s going to continue until these individuals stop this witch-hunt – the president and Eric Holder – this witch-hunt on the American police officer and American law enforcement agencies.”

Clarke said that the DOJ’s report on the Ferguson Police Department was payback for not being able to bring charges against Officer Darren Wilson – the implication being that the Ferguson Police Department didn’t play ball and help the DOJ railroad Wilson.

“He (Holder) knew that he was going to be able to do it – and when he found out her didn’t, he figured he’d get them back, this way,” the sheriff charged, calling the DOJ’s report “a junk report” with a “bogus use of statistics” and “misapplication of data.”

As for the racist emails, he said, “I’d like to know the methodology he used for this report. Did he find a couple of racist, or off color emails combing through 25,000, 50,000, he saw a few? Or was this two out of maybe 10 or 12? There’s a lot that hasn’t been explained about this report, judge.”

Your Sunday Hymn: God So Loved the World

For the fourth Sunday of Lent, a beautiful old hymn by John Stainer, sung by the exquisite St. Paul’s Cathedral boys choir.

Here’s the history of the St Paul’s Boys’ Choir:

There has been a choir of boys and gentlemen at St Paul’s Cathedral for over nine centuries. The earliest records date from 1127, when the Bishop of London, Richard de Belmeis, founded what was the first choir school and made provision for ’almonry’ boys to serve the Cathedral.

The 2nd of December 1697 saw the opening of Wren’s great Cathedral following the Great Fire of 1666. John Blow, the Minister of the Choristers, wrote his anthem, ’I was glad when they said unto me’ to be sung at this grand occasion. He was assisted by his pupil Jeremiah Clarke, who was to become the first official Organist of the new Cathedral. Purcell’s ‘Te Deum and Jubilate’ was also performed, accompanied by Father Smith’s large new organ, esteemed the best in Europe according to the diarist John Evelyn.

In 1860 a significant change in the building took place when the screen on which the organ was housed was removed. This meant that both choir and organ now had to fill a much larger space encompassing both Quire and Dome areas. 1872 was an important year: a new organ was built and the Cathedral also appointed John Stainer as Organist.

Stainer proposed a choir of 40 boys and 18 Vicars Choral to achieve the necessary vocal power to fill the Cathedral following the removal of the choir-screen. He demanded more rehearsal time for the Vicars Choral and encouraged a more professional approach altogether. This meant that he was able to extend the musical repertoire enormously, and began to sow the seeds of the musical tradition we know today.


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