• David Clarke: Obama, Holder, And De Blasio Created A “Pathway” For Vitriolic Police Bashing

    Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke says the inflammatory rhetoric from President Barack Obama, Attorney General Eric Holder, and New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio created a “pathway” for anti-police chants and songs that called for the killing of cops.

    “That was my biggest fear with this irresponsible and inflammatory rhetoric from some of the highest offices in the land,” Clarke said today on Your World With Neil Cavuto. (Video above.)

    “Because what it has done is allow these loons, if you will, to come out of the their sewers and start to operate above ground. These individuals, these cop bashers, these cop haters, these anarchists usually have to this from underground. But now they feel they’ve been given license by some very powerful people in the United States to come out and do this out in the open and obviously more and more are starting to feel the freedom, if you will, from this pathway that was created by the President of the United States, unfortunately, Eric Holder, Mayor de Blasio and others.”

    Eric Holder ridiculously attempted to draw a moral equivalence between Emmett Till and Michael, saying that the latter’s death is proof that “the struggle goes on.”

    Indeed, it was an Al Sharpton-organized “Justice for All” march that brought out agitators who were heard chanting:

    “What Do We Want? Dead Cops!

    When Do We Want Them? Now!”

    Over the weekend, WCBS-NY cameras caught footage of protesters in New York City chanting, “how do you spell ‘murderer?’ N-Y-P-D.”

    Regarding New York City police officers who have been booing and turning their backs on de Blasio, Clarke said their actions are “justified.”

    “They watched this cop bashing just like I did. They watched their profession being used as a whipping post to score cheap political points by some powerful political individual,” Clarke added.

    Jerome Hudson

    Managing Editor

    Jerome Hudson has written for numerous national outlets, including The Hill, National Review, and The Atlanta Journal-Constitution and was recognized as one of Florida’s emerging stars, having been included in the list “25 Under 30: Florida’s Rising Young Political Class.” Hudson is a Savannah, Ga. native who currently resides in Florida.

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