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Sheriff Clarke: For 8 Years Obama Has 'Rubbed White Peoples' Nose in the Stain of Slavery' -- He Can't Let Go

Michael W. Chapman
By Michael W. Chapman | December 30, 2016 | 2:34 PM EST

Milwaukee County Sheriff David A.

Clarke Jr.  (AP) 

In reference to the horrendous number of homicides in Chicago and President Barack Obama's pracice of dividing people by race, Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke said Black Lives Matter never marches in Chicago and Obama, for eight years, has been rubbing "white people's nose in the stain of slavery" because he cannot let the issue go, and wants America to wallow in racial division.

On the Dec. 28 edition of Hannity, guest host Kimberly Guilfoyle said, "Sheriff Clarke, always great to see you, too. We have numbers here. Chicago murders since 2009 -- 3,904 lives lost, and these numbers come from the Chicago police department. It's unbelievable. It's a war right here on our streets in this country."

Sheriff Clarke said, "And Black Lives Matter is nowhere to be found. Is it January 20th? Is it close to January 20th? Can we buy the remaining time he [Obama] has left? Can we buy him out like buying out a contract?"

"This guy [Obama] has continually, continually for eight years rubbed the stain of slavery, rubbed white peoples' nose in the stain of slavery," said Clarke. "He's done it for eight years."

"He's about 150 years removed from slavery," said the sheriff. "Nobody said forget about it, but you have to be able to move on at some point. And he will not allow America to do that."

"And until he leaves the White House, we are going to continue to have to put up with his nonsense," said Sheriff Clarke. "People are tired of it. They proved it on November 8. Latinos, black people, white people, and other ethnicities have said we've had enough of this racial divide in America, and they really want to move on from it"

"But this president will not allow them to do that," he said. 

David A. Clarke Jr. was elected to a 4-year term as the sheriff of Milwaukee County in 2002, and was re-elected in 2006, 2010 and 2014. In those elections he won, respectively, with 74%, 78%, 74%, and 79% of the vote.

In April 2016 he was named Law Enforcement Leader of the Year by the Federal Law Enforcement Officer Association Foundation.

Michael W. Chapman
Michael W. Chapman
Michael W. Chapman

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