Sheriff Clarke SLAMS Obama: ‘Lacks Courage To Be Honest With Black Community’ [Video]

Sheriff Clarke SLAMS Obama: ‘Lacks Courage To Be Honest With Black Community’ [Video]

Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke ‘93% of black homicides committed by other black people.’ Clarke had a few choice words for Hollywood producer Quentin Tarantino, President Obama and all the other supporters of “Black Lives Matter.”


Appearing on Fox News as a guest of Sean Hannity Monday night, Clarke did not hold back what he described as “lies” repeated over and over again by Black Lives Matter supporters.

Tarantino had just completed a visit to New York City where he participated in a Black Lives Matter protest just days after an NYPD officer Randolph Holder was killed by a career criminal.

Holder’s funeral will be Wednesday, and the New York City Patrolmen’s Benevolent Association has called for a boycott of Tarantino films.

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Clarke cited data he says proves Obama, the media and Hollywood have engaged in a full-throttle propaganda war against police, trying to portray them as racist.

In a three-year period, 2009 to 2012, there were about 1,491 uses of deadly force by police officers, Clarke said, citing federal data.

“Sixty-one percent of the people involved in that use of force were white males, 32 percent were black males, an almost two to one ratio,” Clarke said. “If there’s anybody that has a claim on police use of force, it’s white males.”

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