Sheriff Clarke lights up Hannity panel; government corruption ‘will only deepen’ under Hillary Clinton

Each day we see those in power using “the law” for their own ends — or simply ignoring it altogether. But Milwaukee Sheriff David Clarke had it exactly right that this corruption has infected our governments.

Sheriff Clarke appeared on Fox News’ Sean Hannity show and pegged the problem perfectly, but before he got to the corruption in Washington he hit the nail on the head about the poor state of journalism in America today saying, “The words ethics and journalist should never be used in the same sentence.”

Clarke went on: “All of our institutions of government have been infected by this corruption and to put Mrs. Bill Clinton in the White House would …only deepen it,” Clarke said.

“When Loretta Lynch meets Bill Clinton on the tarmac days before they make the decision not to charge Mrs. Bill Clinton,” the sheriff continued, “with a mound of evidence of criminal activity…when Eric Holder wouldn’t turn over papers to Congress as he was supposed to do by law… the IRS with …the attacks on conservative 501c3’s.”

Clarke also criticized Washington D.C. for “thumb[ing] their nose at the rule of law.”

Clarke insisted that only Donald Trump offers a path away from this sort of corruption.

In the same appearance, conservative talk show host Larry Elders also doled out some hard hitting truth and criticized the left for “lying” to blacks and other minorities.

“To be successful,” Elders said to Hannity, “it’s about drive and hard work and self sacrifice and not blaming other people… but what they tell is that you are being oppressed by ‘systemic racism,’ ‘structural racism,’ ‘institutional racism,’ therefore we’re going to have a program for you whether it’s a set-aside, or Head Start of affirmative action, they are laughing at you behind your back recognizing that these programs are nothing more than instruments designed to get votes for [Democrats] but not designed to make you succeed.”

“It’s insulting,” Elders concluded. “It’s what George W. Bush called the soft bigotry of low expectations. They are lying to black people, telling them they’re victims while behind your back recognizing that success is about hard work and drive.”

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