Sunday, January 8, 2017

Frontline - "Sheriff Clarke: The Thin Blue Line" Discusses Black Lives Matter Movement


Frontline - "Sheriff Clarke: The Thin Blue Line" Discusses Black Lives Matter Movement

Listen to Milwaukee County Sheriff David A. Clarke Jr tell Lt. Col. Oliver North why black lives matter is a “dangerous, hateful, destructive ideology.

Sheriff David Clark
BLM Matters? Not in Chicago
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between the guardians of our society and those they serve seems wider now than
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it's been in my lifetime but no one can doubt being a law enforcement officer is
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becoming increasingly dangerous Ferguson Baltimore baton rouge Dallas no walking
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just a few of the many places in our country where violent protests have been
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blamed on members of the thin blue line certain members of the so-called
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mainstream media some political leaders and those who profit from discord have
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all but put targets on the backs of those who were a badge Milwaukee Sheriff
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David Clarke has spent his entire 38 year career in the cause of justice by
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any measure
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he's an American hero and he tells it like it is when you look back at the
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time that I was growing up
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milwaukee was a middle-class city lot of Industry a lot of jobs a lot of
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well-paying family-supporting jobs and then when the industrial economy started
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to leave replaced by the tech age of the information age all that industry went
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away
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milwaukee became a Rust Belt city so you're losing all of these of this
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that's the middle class that's the foundation of a strong community a
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strong society you know it's been replaced
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especially in the black community by the single-parent household and and all of
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the things that have fallen off from that have been devastating for Milwaukee
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so what that meant was we were putting more on the backs of the police you know
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when i started in policing compared to today
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hi was easy and you didn't see is easy back then but it was because you had a
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more stable community you know the police were seen as you know guardians
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and and protectors the officers knew the people in their squad area there beach
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area they walk to be even it
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in a patrol car so there was a connection there was a familiarity you
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didn't have the single parent racial that we have today seventy percent of
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black kids born into a single-family home
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seventy percent when I grew up with Kid first of all you know my first authority
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figure was my dad and my dad demanded discipline demanded and ask for demanded
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he taught me how to respect authority so when I left the house during the day I
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went to school in grade school
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it became the authority figure a teacher they were an authority figure and so
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when I looked I saw my dad I said that's the authority feet these young kids
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don't respect your parents don't respect teachers at school don't respect respect
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other adults in their lives as authority figures now they run up against the
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ultimate authority figure the cop and when that meets that undisciplined young
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kid with no respect for authority meets that authority figure in the form of a
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uniform and a badge the uniforms gotta win I'll tell you why because we are on
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the front lines of water Liberty we have to force along we can't back down
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teachers back down up and get seasick
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this is tee shot you know though don't curse the teacher out in the classroom
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alright will do the same thing on the street so we have to win we have to win
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because ordered Liberty is at stake the cops make millions of stops here across
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the country traffic stops field interview stops they go to calls for
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service millions rarely do they have to source
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very rarely it is an aberration and use deadly force
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this is a rare occurrence has been heightened magnified by the media
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this is a breakdown of the underclass society that's that's the heavy lifting
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it's easier to just slam the police are on the front lines with the most visible
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symbol of government in the community it's not the elected official they're
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rarely seen right consider every day except the deal with some unpleasant
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things for people who are an easy target
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this is a political construct that has nothing to do with black lives
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it's an ideology it's a dangerous hateful destructive ideology in isn't
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very auntie police ideology
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he's a purveyor of hate for the American police officer take it out back ya know
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love ya got about this is not being presented as the symbol of the new civil
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rights struggle compassion for criminals we've gone from Rosa Parks was an icon
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of the civil rights struggle Emmett Till dr. Martin Luther King and others we've
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gone from that to Mike Brown to eric garner to Freddie greatest Sandra bland
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those are icons in a civil rights show no those are criminals engage in
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behavior that contributed toward what happened to them at the end that's what
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bothers me more is it wait a minute wait a minute now we've come a long way in
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the civil rights struggle there was a time in it and it wasn't that long ago
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it's difficult for blacks to volt there's an ugly chapter in this country
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don't have that anymore
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what can we do to keep this going and civil rights struggle as a political
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constructs its so now you gotta resort to criminals and I say Amen
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how do we fall this fight is fast you know for most part to my ground
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the only way you know about this movement or what they claim is happens
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to the media the media knows better
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this stuff has all been debunked that we kill more young black males and police
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interactions any other race it's not even close
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it's not even call if we were close i'd say well you know it's coin flip by a
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two-to-one margin more white males are killed in police interactions and
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blackmails 21 it's not even close
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the media's role really should be responsible reporting look at the data
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look at the research
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and say hey they're making his claim but it's all emotion we understand
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understands the emotion out of these things
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what is what the research shows they won't print that they won't tell that
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side
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I need a supporter or someone who doesn't support them i simply report on
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black labs do you condemn the ante police rhetoric coming from this hateful
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ideology as a journalist sitting here on television I don't have to condemn
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anyone that anything that is something like this
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well either people around the country and energy jobs two conditions like I
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contend that beautiful ideology other groups like the KKK alright i condemn it
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this has fuel and fan the flames of this anger toward the American police officer
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there's only one group in America one time that truly cares about the lives of
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black people in these urban ghettos and it's the American police officer who
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goes down there on a daily basis
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what's their life on the line to protect who black people and I've been all
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across this country talking to cops
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I say cop some old-school I'm a cop I'm a career college that tell people my
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career cop other beleaguered right now we didn't get into this to die but we
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volunteer more willing to make that sacrifice by called the ultimate
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sacrifice we want to do that to make our community safer
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however we gotta know it's worth these men and women leaving behind spouses
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children
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siblings parents and I want to know hey this was worth so when I see what's
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going on today and I go to the law enforcement officers memorial wall
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washington DC i stand in the middle of that plastic and I say to myself what
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must they be think 20,000 names of law enforcement officers killed in line to
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do any idea what must they be thinking with all this stuff going on this
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constant slamming the police defaming us mischaracterizing slandering us if you
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lost sibling of you lots of spots you lost a son or daughter killed in the
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line of duty as a cop
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what would you be thinking the sacrifice was in vain
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Dino cops cops are good people we perfect not really stretch the
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imagination
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our law enforcement agencies perfect not even close to being imperfect as part of
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the human condition you don't expect for my people i sent them on every day they
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know it
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excellence not perfection excellence and from law enforcement officers all across
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this country we get excellence
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hopefully our next president will be the kind of leader who sets an example of
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respect for those who protect and serve in uniform and who admires them as much
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as i do for front lines on NRA news
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i'm oliver north


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