The Republican Party is the party of Greg Gianforte, who body-slammed a reporter for asking a question. It's the party whose voters have embraced Sheriff David Clarke, who summoned five cops and a police dog to detain a man who literally did nothing but glower at him on an airplane. Show More Summary
After a few words were exchanged on an American Airline flight between Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke and passenger Dan Black, Clarke was displeased. So he sent texts to his officers to harass Black when he got off the plane. According...Show More Summary
Newly-released text messages show Milwaukee Sheriff David Clarke directing six sheriff deputies to stop and harass an American Airlines passenger for having had a verbal altercation with Clarke on board a flight. Clarke recently claimed he has been chosen for a senior position at Donald Trump’s Department of Homeland Security. In the text, Clarke tells his deputies […]
The Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel reports: Sitting on the tarmac at the Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport on Jan. 15, Milwaukee County Sheriff David A. Clarke Jr. sent a text message to one of his captains after a brief verbal exchange with a passenger. Show More Summary
Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke, who announced he’ll be leaving his position to become an Assistant Secretary at the Department of Homeland Security, is embroiled in a controversy over using his law enforcement officers to harass...Show More Summary
More than 50 Democratic House of Representatives members are urging Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly to reject the possible appointment of Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke to a top-ranking Homeland Security position. In aShow More Summary
Last week, Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke announced his plans to accept a senior post in the Department of Homeland Security as a liaison between state and local officials. The news set off a chorus of criticism describing Clarke as “controversial” with such consistency that it may as well be part of his title. Show More Summary
Controversial Sheriff David Clarke of Milwaukee County says he will join Trump's Department of Homeland Security.
Snopes reached out to us on the question of Sheriff David Clarke’s Stolen Valor; But criticism of Clarke’s uniform is purely subjective. John Lilyea, a retired Army sergeant who runs the blog “This Ain’t Hell” which often deals with stolen valor cases, said he saw nothing wrong with Clarke’s pins, and thought the kerfuffle was […]
It's not "stolen valor" — the notorious Milwaukee sheriff never claimed to have served in the military and says he wears a number of pins that have personal significance to him.
Sheriff David A. Clarke said in an interview that aired Monday he was unsure whether the Trump administration will still hire him after CNN reported he plagiarized parts of his 2013 masters thesis.
Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke revealed that he may have already lost a job with the Department of Homeland Security after he was accused of plagiarism. Last week, CNN’s KFile reported that Clarke had plagiarized many parts of his master’s thesis on security in the United States....
During an appearance on The Bernie and Sid Show this morning, Sheriff David Clarke fired back again at CNN for the report this past weekend about apparent plagiarism in his 2013 master's thesis on homeland security.
Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke, often referred to as “America’s sheriff”, is reportedly going to be joining the Trump administration soon. So of course, right on cue, the mainstream media
(John Hinderaker) On Saturday, CNN issued a report on a master’s thesis that was written by Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke in 2013. CNN’s report was titled: “Sheriff David Clarke plagiarized portions of his master’s thesis on homeland security.” Only, if you read the article, it turns out that Sheriff Clarke didn’t do much, if anything, wrong. Show More Summary
Sheriff David Clarke Accused Of Plagiarizing Masters Thesis Boy, looks like the Dept. of Homeland Security has a real winner on their hands. I just reviewed @SheriffClarkes Masters Thesis. 1. Its bad. Very bad.2. Its plagiarized from start
CNN has now stooped so low as to accuse Sheriff David Clarke of plagiarizing his Master’s thesis. All of this because he accepted a position in the Trump administration. Can
Even before David Clarke claimed to have taken a job with Trump's Department of Homeland Security - which still has not been confirmed by Trump or the agency - I always thought that Clarke would be a good fit for Trump's team. Like Trump and most of his appointees, Clarke has all of the same qualities. Show More Summary
The controversial Milwaukee sheriff, who says he was tapped to join the Department of Homeland Security, denies the CNN report.
Controversial Sheriff David Clarke is reported by CNN News to have plagiarized sections of his 2013 thesis on national security. The ardent Donald Trump supporter announced earlier this week that he will be joining his administration...Show More Summary