Monday, July 18, 2016

Don Lemon tries to muzzle Sheriff Clarke

Check this out, if you missed Don Lemon's interview with Sheriff David Clarke of Milwaukee County last night.

Lemon wanted a "civil" conversation and did not want to hear what Sheriff Clarke was telling him about the cause of the police officer killings in Dallas and Baton Rouge.

Sheriff Clarke said he predicted this (police shootings) two years ago.

Lemon muffed his first word in the sentence " ... spoke to heads of the sheriff's department, police and state police..." Lemon skipped the subject of the sentence, apparently hoping listeners would fill in the blank with "I".

When Sheriff Clarke wanted to know if he (Lemon) spoke to the heads of the departments, he said, "That's what they said to me." Clarke was in disbelief over Lemon's claims that the law enforcement told him their message was one of peace.

Sheriff Clarke made it clear that he blamed the Dallas and Baton Rouge shootings of police on "this anti-cop sentiment from this hateful ideology called Black Lives Matters."

Don Lemon did not want to hear that at all and cut off Sheriff Clarke by going to a break.

1 comment:

Big Daddy said...

Lemon is a POS. I watched him try to start a riot in Ferguson and then blame the Police. BTW, I no longer watch the news, that's not where I saw either piece. I saw it on a Police blog.