Sheriff Clarke slams CNN’s Hill for ‘mediocre negroes’ jab, then gives him a glimpse of his ‘irrelevant’ future

Let the racial slurs fly!

Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke had a fierce response Tuesday to CNN’s Marc Lamont Hill’s attack on seemingly any African-American who chooses to work with Trump, calling the hard-left political analyst a “jigaboo.”

In commenting on Steve Harvey’s visit this week with President-elect Donald Trump, Hill said the television personality was inconsequential and little more than a prop for Trump. Hill then went on to slam Trump’s Diversity Coalition, calling the group “a bunch of mediocre negroes being dragged in front of TV as a photo-op for Donald Trump’s exploitive campaign against black people.”

That coalition includes a list of professionals from all walks of life, including Martin Luther King Jr’s niece Alveda King who serves as the coalition’s spiritual advisor.

Needless to say, Clarke wasn’t too happy with Hill’s remarks and took to social media in a series of tweets to rip into Hill:

Clarke posted a quote from Booker T. Washington, insisting it was directed at people like Hill, who would “become irrelevant” if race relations improved.

“There is a certain class of race-problem solvers who don’t want the patient to get well, the Washington quote reads. “Because as long as the disease holds out they have not only an easy means of making a living, but also an easy medium through which to make themselves prominent before the public.”

But the outspoken lawman was just getting started, adding that Hill was little more than a “slime ball.”

Don’t hold back now, Sheriff Clarke!

It didn’t take long for Hill to realize that he really stepped in it, as he tried to back away from his slam.

Never mind that he DID say “people being dragged in front of the cameras.”

Hill may soon learn that he only dug the hole deeper when he realizes that Alveda C. King, sits on that council. But not before he took a shot at Clarke:

It’s on!

Tom Tillison


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