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[VIDEO] Milwaukee Sheriff Blasts CNN Anchor on Live TV

Milwaukee Sheriff David Clarke lost his patience with CNN’s Don Lemon after the murder of three police officers in Baton Rouge, calling ‘Black Lives Matter’ a “hateful ideology” and demanding to know why the media has failed to focus on the epidemic of black-on-black violence.

 

Asked if he would parrot a “message of peace and coming together for the country,” Clarke refused to regurgitate the usual rhetoric.

“You don’t believe that for one moment, do you?” Clarke asked Lemon, before continuing, “Any protests over the deaths of these cops today in Baton Rouge? Any riots or protests over the police officers in Dallas, Texas?”

“What are you asking?” responded Lemon, to which Clarke shot back, “It’s a pretty simple question.”

Clarke then went for the jugular of the “Black Lives Matter” movement.

“My message has been clear from two years ago – this anti-cop sentiment from this hateful ideology called ‘Black Lives Matter’ has fueled this rage against the American police officer – I predicted this two years ago.”

Lemon then suggested that the murders in Baton Rouge had little to do with ‘Black Lives Matter,’ but Clarke wasn’t having any of it.

“This anti-police rhetoric sweeping the country has turned out some hateful things inside of people that are now playing themselves out on the American police officer,” he asserted, before slamming BLM for ignoring black on black violence.

“When the tragedies happened in Louisiana and Minnesota, do you know that 21 black people were murdered across the United States – was there any reporting on it?”

Lemon then tried to shut down that line of conversation, before Clarke became more irate.

“I’m looking at three dead cops this week and I’m looking at five last week – you’re trying to tell me to keep it down?” he asked Lemon, who responded by demanding more “civility”.

“Don, I wish you had that message of civility toward this hateful ideology, these purveyors of hate,” said Clarke.

Lemon then kept speaking over Clarke before throwing to a commercial break.

It has since emerged that the prime suspect in the Baton Rouge shootings was obsessed with Black Lives Matter-related issues, was a member of the Nation of Islam, and railed against “crackers” on his YouTube channel.

The conversation continued with Lemon refusing to answer Clarke’s question if police in America were generally racist.

“This anti-police rhetoric is based on a lie – there is no data – and you know this – there is no research that proves any of that nonsense,” said Clarke, before accusing President Obama of lying when he claimed that black males are two times more likely to be shot by cops than white males.

Don Lemon then cited a Harvard study by a black economist in his attempt to argue that Obama was right, but as Clarke pointed out, the study concludes that there is no racial bias in officer-involved shootings.

Lemon immediately flip-flopped, saying that the study he just used to make his own point was “not credible”.

When Clarke asked Lemon to condemn the anti-cop rhetoric coming from Black Lives Matter, Lemon refused to do so.

“Let’s have a conversation about the black-on-black crime which kills more black males, which is a threat to more black males in the United States than a law enforcement officer,” said Clarke.

Lemon claimed, “That’s a different conversation than police brutality, and we’re not having that conversation right now,” which in other words means – ‘if we have that conversation, I will lose the debate, so we’re not having that conversation.’

Sheriff Clarke then brought up the fact that black people were over represented when it came to them committing violent crimes and that explains why they’re involved in more violent confrontations with cops.

Lemon had no answer and simply reverted back to saying, “That’s a different conversation.”

Funny enough, it’s a conversation they wouldn’t touch during the network’s publicity stunt “town hall” meeting on racial tensions last week.

Clarke is scheduled to speak during the opening night of the Republican National Convention.

Source: Infowars

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8 replies on “[VIDEO] Milwaukee Sheriff Blasts CNN Anchor on Live TV”

Don Lemon is just a talking head. He’s pushing the agenda. Can’t wait to hear what the sheriff has to say at the RNC… Should be a good speech.

there is not a prejudice bone in my body except when it comes to liars, cheats, thieves and ANY ONE who would murder or hurt another for ANY reason other than self defense.
Now do the research; twice as many whites have been shot by law enforcement than have blacks or all other races combined.
600 and something whites to 300 & something blacks. Then 600 and something whites to 300 and ?? all other races combined.

BLM and all blacks in leadership positions except for a few do not research any thing before they run their lying mouths. That also includes many whites. as many as any other race…….PERIOD!!!!!

Thank God for honest God fearing people of any race who are honest and believe in AMERICA and her laws.

Bobby. I wholeheartedly agree with your last sentence. And, I pray God helps us to combat this infestation of liars, cheats, and murderers.

This is the reason people do not watch CNN. The prejudiced view of the Host is so blatant that it is sickening. The host fails to back up his arguments with specifics other than pointing out that he has data from the Washington Post and some Harvard study, both of which have been proven to be strongly suspect in factual value when they were subjected to critical analysis.
Thank God we had black men like Sheriff Clarke who are totally colorblind and are true constitutional Americans.

Lemon is an obtuse, myopic pinhead. Instead of a straight answer, he plays games and says “that’s a different subject.” It’s NOT a different subject. The Black Lies Murder group is based SOLELY on the LIE of Michael Brown and the Ferguson narrative. Period.

Sheriff Clarke would be a great choice for head of Homeland Security after Trump is elected President.

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