Straight-Talking Sheriff Makes No Bones: ‘The Survival of This Republic’ Depends on the Election of Donald Trump

Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke has been very clear about his support for Donald Trump, as well as his utter disdain for Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton, and all things Democrat.

Now, in an interview with The Daily Caller, Clarke says that the very survival of America depends on Trump winning the election.

“I want to make it clear that I support Donald Trump to be the next President of the United States. Here’s the biggest reason: I don’t make this about people; this is about the survival of this Republic.

This is about a chance to break up that Washington cartel. […] He gives us the only chance to stop this this transformation of America–this very disturbing transformation that we’ve been under this last seven-plus years under Barack Obama.”

He took a shot at another favorite target–the so-called “mainstream media,” as well.

“[They] abandoned their responsibility as the Fourth Estate under the First Amendment and become the propaganda wing of progressive politics and the Democrat Party.”

Never one to shy from controversial comments, Clarke came under fire earlier this month for his “Pitchfork and torches time in America” declaration during a rally in Wisconsin.

The sheriff noted during the interview that the media freaked out over his comments, but said nary a peep when Obama said in 2008: “If they bring a knife, we’ll bring a gun.”

Clarke told The Daily Caller that his biggest concern is that “corruption has infected our government at the highest level and a significant part of the population seems unmoved.”

Whether the survival of America depends on the election or not, either Hillary Rodham Clinton or Donald J. Trump will be your president-elect in nine days, America.

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