Sheriff Clarke DESTROYS Racist Al Sharpton (WATCH)

Awesome! Sheriff Clarke says “I left the (Dem) plantation.” He goes on to say that blacks have seen what happened to him, and how he was attacked by the left, but that eventually they will come around and leave the plantation also. He’s the kind of spokesperson conservatives need to combat the Dem race hustlers like Al Sharpton.

Clarke is right that we shouldn’t “grovel” before the race pimps of the left. In order to cajole more blacks to the Republican side, we need to explain to them why conservative ideologies are much better than those of the left.

Ask blacks how they’ve fared under Obama. Now, those receiving government assistance, who don’t want to better themselves might say they’re doing great. But what about those who work hard, or are looking for work, and don’t want to be enslaved to the government dole. Black unemployment is more than double that of whites. This is Obama’s doing. Under former President Bus

Explain to them that income levels for blacks are at historic lows under Obama. Blacks have done much better under Republican presidents. Maybe that’s because Democrats want blacks to stay on the plantation, and be dependent on them for their livelihoods.

Sheriff Clarke is right, blacks need to understand what party actually freed the slaves. It was the Republican Party under Lincoln, not the Democratic one. Now the Republican Party, under a possible President Trump, needs to free the current slaves from the new Dem plantation, which is economic.

PS: I had the pleasure of meeting Sheriff Clarke at CPAC when I covered the event for Freedom Daily. What an amazing, and humble person! Glad he’s on our side now!


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