‘Pitchforks And Torches Time’: Sheriff Clarke Issues Twitter Call To FIGHT BACK Against Corruption [VIDEO]

‘Pitchforks And Torches Time’: Sheriff Clarke Issues Twitter Call To FIGHT BACK Against Corruption [VIDEO]

The one and only controversial, bold speaking sheriff has issued his Twitter call to arms, letting his followers know that it is ‘pitchforks and torches time’ in the unmistakable fight against ‘corrupt media’ and the White House.

Milwaukee County Sheriff David A. Clarke Jr. tweeted out his call to rise up, posting a photograph of an angry mob along with it.

Clarke, who is backing the Republican nominee, Donald Trump, made it clear that he was backing the claim that the upcoming election could be ‘rigged’. This belief has been gaining ground with some voters especially with the release of a video showing Democratic election workers claiming it was okay to tear up Republican ballots.


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Clarke let his anger be known to his 311,000 followers: ‘It’s incredible that our institutions of gov, WH, Congress, DOJ, and big media are corrupt & all we do is b****. Pitchforks and torches time.’

Fearless in the face of so much controversy, Clarke refuses to let a few bad apples in the police force spoil the whole lot and has unerringly spoke against the attacks on Blue Lives. The 60 year-old gained the support of the GOP after speaking boldly and plainly at the Republican National Convention, where he earnestly yelled out to the audience: ‘blue lives matter’!


This put him in the spotlight of the public eye on the subject and he has taken part in radio and television interviews since with a running podcast on the weekends with Glenn Beck’s, ‘TheBlaze’.

He has repeatedly spoken out against the tactics and ideas of the activist group, Black Lives Matters, branding them blood thirsty and ‘hate filled’ due to the spike in police assassinations.

He stood on the side of the officers (both white and black) involved in the Freddie Grey case. All were tried separately and all were found not guilty by a court of law.

In 2013, he also pressed residents of his district to arm themselves. ‘I need you in the game,’ he claimed. This is a law enforcement officer that believes in the Second Amendment and that the average citizen is the first line of defense. He has that right.

‘With officers laid off and furloughed, simply calling 911 and waiting is no longer your best option.’

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