The politicking so-called preacher from Harlem isn’t welcome in some parts of Wisconsin. A bold sheriff there knows exactly what Al Sharpton is all about.
Calling Sharpton a “phony” and a “cartoon,” Milwaukee Sheriff David Clarke lampooned the civil rights agitator’s sudden support of New York City police after two officers were slain Saturday.
Here are some of finest points Clarke made Monday during an appearance on “The Kelly File”:
“I don’t know why the media continues to put a camera and a microphone in front of his face.” Clarke said. “He doesn’t believe a word of what he said today. Neither does anybody else.
When host Megyn Kelly suggested Sharpton has influence with the Obama administration, and now Sony Pictures, Clarke asked how anyone could seek guidance from someone so transparent.
“I would question the judgment of anybody in the United States of America that would hold counsel or take advice from Al Sharpton,” he said.
America needs more rational voices like Clarke speaking out against Sharpton and the poverty posse (Jesse Jackson, Black Panther Party and Louis Farrakhan), so more people can be enlightened and move away from the racist language and environment these people try to enflame every day.
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