Liberal media is freaking out because Sheriff Clarke was bestowed the Man of the Year award by New York’s largest police union, the New York Patrolmen’s Benevolent Association. Maybe it’s because Clarke is black? Or because he supports Trump? Or maybe because he refers to Black Lives Matter as “Black Lies Matter”?
Whatever the reason, libtards are outraged a black conservative got the award. Everyday Americans love it, though.
I had the chance to meet Sheriff Clarke at CPAC this year, and the guy is 100% a patriot and an awesome guy. No one deserves the award more than he does.
New York’s Daily News had this to say about Clarke:
He’s slammed gun control supporters as “freedom-loathing gun-haters.”
He’s labeled Attorney General Eric Holder an “a—–e.”
He’s ripped the Black Lives Matter movement as “Black lies Matter.”
But to the city’s largest police union, Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke is America’s finest lawman.
Sheriff Clarke wasn’t phased, though.
Via US Herald:
It comes as no surprise that New York’s liberal Daily News the largest law enforcement union in New York City was enraged when the city’s largest police officers’ union chose a black conservative as its Man of the Year.
Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke ignored the reaction of the liberal paper and said he was “humbled and honored to receive the award.”
“I accept this award on behalf of every law enforcement officer who serves and protects their community with integrity, honor, courage and commitment throughout the United States.”
The Daily News called Clarke “one of the nation’s most divisive law enforcement figures,” no easy accomplishment in the atmosphere of hostility toward law enforcement fostered during the Obama administration.
The 24-year veteran of law enforcement who started as a patrol cop as he earned a degree in Criminal Justice, and moved up the ranks as a homicide detective, has been Sheriff of Milwaukee County since 2002.
Rock on, Sheriff Clarke !
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