BTR News, Transcript – Sheriff David A. Clarke the Wisconsin Sheriff who has unsuccessfully lobbied to become part of the Trump Administration, is said to be preparing for a run for the United States Senate but if there is any justice in Milwaukee County, Wisconsin, Clarke would be preparing for multiple criminal trials related to the multiple homicides that have occurred in “his” jail.
Clarke is a sociopath with a badge, a gun and a big cowboy hat that he insists on wearing indoors. Clarke has appeared on major news networks referring to Black communities as the enemy, scum and criminals that need eradicating. He has penned op-eds that have appeared in major papers telling citizens that we are at war, Black Lives Matter is the enemy and they need to be wiped out. Clarke has been in altercations with at least two citizens on airplanes and at airports and is accused of having at least one man unlawfully detained because he said something about the Dallas Cowboy’s jersey Clarke was wearing.
Several homicides have occurred in the Milwaukee jail he runs when he is not running around the country giving hateful speeches collecting money, gifts and free guns along the way. Four people, including a newborn baby, have died at the Milwaukee County Jail since April 2016. “One man, a 38-year-old with mental health issues, died of “profound dehydration after he was intentionally denied water for days despite the pleas of other inmates to give the man some water.”
After the local medical examiner ruled the deaths homicides and shared the information with the public as is protocol, Clarke who sought to mislead the public on the deaths, threaten to have the man fired and his certification revoked after verbally berating the man for doing his job.
It seems likely that Clarke may not get to ride the Trump gravy train to a federal job and he may be preparing for a US Senate seat run whereas if there was any Justice in Wisconsin, Clarke would be preparing for criminal trials related to the homicides that took place in the Milwaukee County Jail.