David Clarke: Dem Debate ‘Was Plantation Politics in Its Finest Hour’
HANNITY: "Welcome back to Hannity. Last night the Democratic presidential candidates were asked do black lives matter or do all lives matter. Take a look at their responses."
COOPER: "Do black lives matter or do all lives matter? Let's put that question to Senator Sanders."
SANDERS: "Black lives matter. And the reason, the reason those words matter is the African-American community knows that on any given day, some innocent person like Sandra Bland can get into a car and then three days later she's going to end up dead in jail."
O'MALLEY: "The point that the black lives matter movement is making is a very, very legitimate and serious point, and that is that as a nation we have undervalued the lives of black lives, people of color."
CLINTON: "We need a new deal for communities of color."
COOPER: "Senator Webb?"
HANNITY: "You may remember that Governor O'Malley got booed when he actually said that all lives matter, then later he ended up apologizing. Watch this."
O'MALLEY: "Every life matters. And that is why this issue is so important. Black lives matter, white lives matter, all lives matter."
HANNITY: "The candidates that answered that question only former Virginia Senator Jim Webb said that all lives matter. Joining us now with reaction, Millvouki Sheriff David Clarke, KRLA radio host Larry Elder and Fox News political analyst Juan Williams. Sheriff, I'm having a hard time with this. White lives matter, black lives matter, Asian lives matter, Hispanic lives matter, Blue lives matter. What is so controversial about saying all lives matter? And what does it say when somebody won't say that?"
CLARKE: "Sean, it was a pathetic display. It was plantation politics in its finest hour. The continued enslavement of black people emotionally by the Democrat party with this destructive liberal ideology. And they know it. They're whoring for votes. They know that's what they're doing. The liberal ideology has been destructive for the black community for the last 50 or 60 years. Poverty is now generational, it's a lifestyle. The unemployment is obscene. They have to send their kids to failing public schools, drug and alcohol addiction, neighborhoods who are crumbling all under Democrat control. They need to get off their knees and stop this stuff and take a real message to the American people and especially the black community that what they have done they deserve an apology for from the Democrat party."