The University of New Haven Dis-Invites Sheriff Clarke To Speak Because Of His BLM Views

After being invited to speak at the Henry C. Lee College of Criminal Justice and Forensic Sciences at their 25 th  Annual Markle Symposium October 24 and 25  2016, Sheriff David Clarke had the offer rescinded because of his remarks about #BlackLivesMatter.

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Sheriff Clarke wrote this at Patheos:

“What did I say that was so controversial?  I’m not sure what specific remarks drove them to uninvite me, but anyone who listens to me for five seconds knows I prefer to drop the “v” and call them #BlackLIESMatter.  They terrorize the police, lie about their true mission, promote anarchy like the old Black Liberation Army, and released a list of “demands” that included releasing known cop killers.  So, yeah — I’m going to keep speaking out against #BlackLIESMatter — but apparently that means I’m not going to be speaking about forensics at the University of New Haven anytime soon.”

You can pre-order Sheriff Clarke’s book here.

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7 Comments

  1. S.M. Ehlers

    He will not fit inside the echo chamber
    also he will trigger snowflakes.

  2. Jason Johnson

    All you have to do when stopped by a police officer is comply with their directives. Do that, and you won’t get roughed up or shot.

      • Jason Johnson

        If they would stop reaching for weapons or stop resisting arrest, they would live to see another day.

        • Peter Blaise

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          Yeah, all those unarmed black people shot by idiot police who have no brain power but to insert themselves into a situation the perceive as dangerous ( it is not ) and then shooting to protect themselves ( from nothing ) when backing off and being patient to actually learn something would be more appropriate.

          Start with Charles Kinsey

          Then stay off discussions where you have no facts to offer, only self-insulting baseless opinions.

          I hear that pop music discussions are a safe place not to rip yourself a new one.
          .

          • Jason Johnson

            Those “unarmed” black people are often career criminals who got what they deserve.

          • Peter Blaise

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            Right, justice for just us.

            That attitude is called prejudice, and it’s illegal in our government.

            And you can’t look stuff up, eh?
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