Former Sheriff David Clarke isn’t happy about the new information regarding an opposition research document compiled by Fusion GPS. On Saturday, he sent out a tweet and participated in an interview which made his feelings clear about the document and Democrats’ knowledge of it.
In a Saturday morning tweet, he wrote: “Doing oppo research on an election opponent is fair game. Creating fake dossier on [President Donald J. Trump] and spreading it to media is criminal.”
He followed up with an interview on Fox News’ “Fox & Friends” (see below). He said he isn’t buying claims by former Clinton campaign manager John Podesta and then-Democratic National Committee leader Debbie Wasserman-Schultz that they had no knowledge of funding for the dossier.
“The next time Mrs. Bill Clinton, John Podesta, or Debbie Wasserman-Schultz tell the truth will be the first. It’s their automatic default to just lie,” the former Milwaukee Country sheriff said.
“America is through with these scumbags,” he continued, going on to say the American people are invested in the story.
He believes that the document is “not just politics. That is corruption.”
“They know darn well there was nothing to this story, but they ran with it anyway.”
On Thursday night, Clarke spoke at the Livingston County Republican Party’s Reagan Day dinner fundraiser. At that event, he said he felt Americans are “losing our way.”
According to the Livingston Daily: In a nearly one-hour speech, during which he frequently held up a pocket-sized copy of the US Constitution, the former Milwaukee County sheriff praised the document, which he said had been trampled on during the presidency of Barack Obama, and continues to be threatened.
“We are dangerously undermining our way of life,” said Clarke at the event.
— David A. Clarke, Jr. (@SheriffClarke) October 28, 2017
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