Sheriff Clarke’s brutally honest response to Obama’s ‘insincere’ speech honoring cops

Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke Jr. found one thing that marred Friday’s National Peace Officers’ Memorial Service at the U.S. Capitol — President Obama’s speech.

At the beginning of the ceremony, Clarke tweeted:

But those bright, sunny skies depicted in the photograph were soon to darken.

Obama told the crowd that law enforcement deserves our respect, and that “We can work harder as a nation to heal the rifts between law enforcement and the people you risk your lives to protect.”

In response to a Fox News tweet of the event, Clarke observed:

And in response to a Politico’s coverage of the ceremony, headlined, “Cops deserve our respect, President Obama says,” Clarke tweeted:

Clarke has a large audience, and they all listened and agreed:

Then there was this, reminiscent of NYPD officers turning their backs on New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio:

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