Sheriff Clarke live-tweets during Dallas shooting & takes EVERYONE to task, starting with Obama

Shortly after four snipers began opening fire on law enforcement officers in and around Dallas’ Dealey Plaza Thursday night, Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke weighed in on social media.

The shootings began at about 9:00 p.m. local time (10:00 p.m. ET) as a demonstration protesting police shootings in Louisiana and Minnesota was beginning to wind down.

Clarke, who’s no stranger to controversy, began at the top — he took President Barack Obama to task.

Then he worked his way down.

He also took media and the Black Lives Matter movement to task for hyping up shootings by police officers, yet ignoring a larger problem in the black community.

When Clarke finished on social media, he took his grievances to “Fox & Friends.”

And his input, as always, was appreciated.


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