I thought you might enjoy this exchange between Sheriff David Clark and Geraldo on Hannity. I lost track of how many times the Sheriff dresses Geraldo down:
Geraldo: “I think that’s harsh Sheriff…” Sheriff Clark: “Deal with it.”
Geraldo: “You cannot deny…” Sheriff Clark: “I just did.”
Wouldn’t it be fun to see Sheriff Clark interview Quentin Tarantino, rather than (trigger warning: micro-aggression) sissy boy Ms.NBC pseudo-personality Chris Hayes?
In an interview Wednesday with MSNBC’s Chris Hayes the famed director said police should “stop shooting unarmed people,” and tried to paint himself as the victim of a smear campaign by police unions and supporters. --
“They are being inflammatory, they’re slandering me. I’m not a cop hater,” he said. “That’s the way they attack me, is calling me a cop hater. That’s the way Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke, who’s on Fox all the time says that I’m putting police in danger by standing up for the rights of unarmed citizens who have been killed by the police.
I can hear Sheriff Clark now: “Deal with it.” Tarantino: “You can’t call me a cop hater.” Sheriff Clark: “I just did.”
Quentin continued his whine to Chris Hayes:
“They got in touch with me because I had made statements in some interviews, you know, along the way that had suggested that I’m on their side when it comes to this issue of, um, you know, ultimately what I feel is a problem of white supremacy in this country,” he said. “I was happy to show up.”
I tell you what Quent, you continue to be happy to show up for anti-cop BLM rallies and we’ll be happy to NOT show up for your next movie glorifying uber-violence and criminality.
Oh, and in other violent crime news, The San Jose Mercury News reports that the UC-Merced student who stabbed four people and was shot and killed by university police has been identified as Faisal Mohammad, a freshman from Santa Clara. Police and FBI are still looking for a motive.
Let me give you a hint…
Cross-Posted on Patriot Action Network