QUESTION: Did Obama’s ANTI-Cop Blather STOKE The #Dallas Cop Killers?
Sheriff David Clarke believes that Obama has stoked the violence against police officers. Do you agree with him?
Here was Obama's statement before the Dallas shooting took place:
Here was Obama's press conference about the 5 dead officers:
This former NYPD officer believes that Obama's statement was nothing but disrespectful:
Former New York City police officer and Secret Service agent Dan Bongino lashed out at President Obama for using the murder of police officers at a Dallas protest on Thursday to again talk about gun control.
“He saw a political opportunity to bring up the gun control issue and, regardless of the fact that there are still officers wounded (and) that we don’t even know if gun laws had anything to do with this at all, none of those facts are even out yet, he just senses political opportunities,” Bongino told “Fox & Friends” on Friday.
“His skin is very thick on this, he doesn’t seem to care and he does it and is really not interested in any backlash at all. It was totally inappropriate but that’s what he does.”
Here's what Sheriff Clarke had to say about it:
Shortly after four snipers began opening fire on law enforcement officers in and around Dallas’ Dealey Plaza Thursday night, Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke weighed in on social media.
The shootings began at about 9:00 p.m. local time (10:00 p.m. ET) as a demonstration protesting police shootings in Louisiana and Minnesota was beginning to wind down.
Clarke, who’s no stranger to controversy, began at the top — he took President Barack Obama to task.
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