Former Sheriff David Clarke has always been a piece of sh-t and if Terrill Thomas, the 38-year-old black man who died of thirst in his Milwaukee County Jail was alive, he’d agree with that assessment of the Trump sycophant. That said, Clarke should keep civil rights icon Rep. John Lewis’ name out of his punk ass mouth.
Before Donald Trump visited the Mississippi Civil Rights Museum today for its opening, Fox & Friends brought on Trump bootlicker and former sheriff David Clarke to discuss the former reality show star’s appearance and things went down from there.
Right off the bat, co-host Pete Hegseth asked Clarke what he thought about Rep. John Lewis (D-GA), a civil rights icon, deciding not to attend the opening because Trump would be in attendance. Clarke reacted by immediately dismissing Lewis.
“John who?” Clarke said in a mocking fashion.
“John Lewis — he was bloodied on the Selma bridge, Sheriff, when trying to protest voting rights and a variety of other things,” guest host Eboni Williams shot back.
Clarke called Rep. Lewis “the most irrelevant member of Congress” and said that he has been “reduced to being a caricature” then he went on to praise Trump for realizing that “actions speak louder than words.”
Williams interrupted his rant to say, “Sheriff let me say this to you. For you to say that nobody cares about John Lewis is inaccurate because I assure you that there are many people across this country that absolutely do care about him.”
“As for your commentary on his political record as a congressman, I’m actually not even addressing that part because this museum opening is about the civil rights of American citizens, so when it comes to his record on that, Sheriff Clarke, I think that it’s pretty undisputed,” she continued as she dragged him to school.
Clarke then claimed that most people under the age of 35 don’t know who John Lewis is then added a bit of selective history by claiming that there would be no Civil Rights Act because President Lyndon Johnson had to get GOP votes to pass it.
“I appreciate that history lesson but as somebody that holds a degree on the subject I really don’t need you to update me on who was required for Lyndon B. Johnson to pass the Civil Rights Act,” Williams said.
Clarke plagiarized his thesis, whereas Eboni Williams obviously didn’t have to cheat in college. Fox & Friends is Donald Trump’s favorite news source so we’re sure he got a bit of a history lesson from Ms. Williams, too.
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