David Clarke, a sheriff in Milwaukee County, joined Megyn Kelly on The Kelly File to speak about Attorney General Eric Holder, President Obama, and Al Sharpton.
The sheriff began by unleashing on Holder for his statements when he threw police officers “under the bus,” suggesting they patrol just looking to kill black people.
“He claims he wants justice for all, but apparently he doesn’t want justice for police officers,” Clarke said.
Then the sheriff laid into Obama for his most recent White House meeting, which Clarke classified as a “Kabuki theater.” Had he attended the meeting, the sheriff said he would have asked the president why, if he was so concerned about the anger and unrest in the black community, he did not take an action that would actually work?
“Why do you continue, Mr. President, to support anti-poverty programs and initiatives that have worsened poverty over the last 50, 60 years… If you want to do us a favor at the local level, why don’t you issue an executive order calling for an audit of every anti-poverty agency initiative in America, and let’s stop propping up this welfare state that has done nothing more than hook these individuals living in these American ghettos on the high of handouts?”
Megyn Kelly then asked the sheriff about Al Sharpton and if he thought he was a genuine guy.
He said he did not, calling Sharpton a “charlatan” and a “provocateur,” and finished by saying that, while he has a lot of respect for the office of the president, he would have to question anyone who took the judgment of Mr. Sharpton seriously.
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