Sheriff David Clarke has final comment for the Obamas now that they are finally out of American public life

Sheriff David Clarke of Milwaukee County, Wisconsin, is one of the most visible law enforcement officers in the nation. He also believes, like any good baseball umpire, in “calling ’em like he sees ’em.”

He is on record as not being a big fan of the Obamas. Now that they’re out of the White House and out of American public life, he took a moment to respond to Michelle Obama’s comment made back in 2008 when Barack was nominated for our highest office.  You will probably remember her comment:  “For the first time in my adult life, I am really proud of my country, because it feels like hope is finally making a comeback.”

Many Americans probably wondered how in the world it could have taken “her adult life” up to that point to finally decide she could be proud of the country she had lived in all that time.  She could only be proud of the USA because Barack had run for the White House?

Michelle Obama found out in last November’s election that most Americans were not proud even a little bit of the mess she and Barack had made of life in our formerly great nation.  Most Americans would undoubtedly agree totally and completely with Sheriff Clarke based on the election results.

Sheriff David Clarke just responded directly to Michelle Obama’s comment by saying “Michelle Obama said she was never proud of her country til they elected her husband POTUS.  I’ve never been prouder since we got rid of him.”




As always, posted for your edification and enlightenment by

NORM ‘n’ AL, Minneapolis



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