What the Journal Sentinel left out of its ‘hit job’ on Sheriff Clarke…..   ~   “…The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel has turned its wrath again on Milwaukee County Sheriff David A. Clarke Jr. The newspaper, in what Clarke has described as a “political hit job,” has made the sheriff out to be some heartless warden of a county jail that recorded four deaths over the course of six months….”

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What the Journal Sentinel left out of its ‘hit job’ on Sheriff Clarke
Townhall.com ^| December 8, 2016 | M.D Kittle

Posted on 12/8/2016, 9:33:32 AM by Kaslin

What the Journal Sentinel left out of its ‘hit job’ on Sheriff Clarke

MADISON, Wis. – The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel has turned its wrath again on Milwaukee County Sheriff David A. Clarke Jr.

The newspaper, in what Clarke has described as a “political hit job,” has made the sheriff out to be some heartless warden of a county jail that recorded four deaths over the course of six months.

Clarke says he’s in the Journal Sentinel’s crosshairs because of his support for President-elect Donald Trump and because the sheriff, according to reports, is in the running for a position in the Trump administration.

Reading the Journal Sentinel, it’s hard to say who it likes least, Trump or Clarke. But it’s pretty clear the newspaper is not a fan of either man.

But what the…

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