Unapologetic and blunt, Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke has won legions of supporters on the right with his frequent commentary that slams Black Lives Matter and other liberal groups.

As violence roiled Milwaukee this weekend, Clarke took to Twitter chiding the left and black activists, whom he derides as “Black Lies Matter.”
Clarke, who’s African-American, raised his national profile recently with his speech at the Republican National Convention and his vigorous defense of law enforcement. Although he’s not a registered Republican, the sheriff is no fan of Democrats either, often blaming them for creating “misery-inducing, divisive, exploitative and racist” urban policies.

His outspokenness on such issues have won him fans such as Rush Limbaugh and the Conservative Political Action Conference as well as critics such as rapper Talib Kweli.
‘A collapse of the social order’
Clarke hasn’t been shy about his views on the turmoil in the city of Milwaukee after Saturday’s police shooting of an armed black man named Sylville Smith. He called protests that turned violent “black cultural dysfunction.”

In an opinion piece he wrote for The Hill, he likened the chaos in Milwaukee as “tribal behavior.”
“What happened Saturday night and again Sunday night had little to do with police use of force — it was a collapse of the social order where tribal behavior leads to reacting to circumstances instead of waiting for facts to emerge,” Clarke wrote.
“The law of the jungle replaced the rule of law in Milwaukee Saturday night over an armed career criminal suspect who confronted police.”
He described the urban, black poor as victims.
“The actions were the manifestation of a population with no hope, no stake in the American dream that could provide advancement and purpose and pride of self. They are the ones lied to, exploited by and ultimately manipulated by the Democrats who claim to care. They are victims of the left, but they are not without blame.”

‘Anti-police rhetoric sweeping the country’
Since 2002, Clarke has been the sheriff of Milwaukee County. Now in his fourth term, he has won each election by a wide margin of victory. The suburbs, where he serves, is more heavily white than the city of Milwaukee, which has its own police force. He lost a bid to become Milwaukee mayor in 2004.
In July, Clarke had a heated interview with CNN’s Don Lemon over the police shootings in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, that killed three law enforcement officers and wounded three others.
Sheriff and Don Lemon get heated over police shootings

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He told Lemon that he had predicted that police officers would be targeted.
“This anti-police rhetoric sweeping the country has turned out some hateful things inside of people that are now playing themselves out on the American police officer,” he said.
Clarke has frequently blamed the Black Lives Matter movement for inspiring violent crimes against law enforcement officers, calling the group “purveyors of hate.”


NBA center who was selected ninth overall by the Detroit Pistons in the 2012 NBA Draft and quickly became one of the league’s top rebounders and shot-blockers. In 2016, he was named to his first NBA All-Star game.
He was ranked the number-one high school prospect in 2011 by ESPN after starring at St. Thomas More High School in Connecticut.
He played one season at the University of Connecticut before entering the NBA Draft in 2012.
His mother’s name is Christine and he has a sister named Ariana. In 2014, he dated Nickelodeon star Jennette McCurdy.


John Saunders, one of the familiar on-air faces of ESPN for nearly 30 years, has died. He was 61.

Saunders hosted studio and play-by-play programming. He covered college football, basketball and the NHL for the network, in addition to anchoring SportsCenter. He was also host of The Sports Reporters.

Born in Canada, Saunders was an all-star defenseman in the junior hockey leagues of Montreal and played at Western Michigan before becoming one of the most prominent broadcasters of his time.

Saunders was a founding member of The V Foundation for Cancer Research and served on the board of directors.

“John was an extraordinary talent and his friendly, informative style has been a warm welcome to sports fans for decades,” said John Skipper, president of ESPN and co-chairman of Disney Media Networks, in a statement. “His wide range of accomplishments across numerous sports and championship events is among the most impressive this industry has ever seen. More importantly, John was a beloved and devoted family man who cared deeply about people and causes, as evidenced by his long-standing efforts as a passionate board member for The V Foundation for Cancer Research.

“He was one of the most significant and influential members of the ESPN family, as a colleague and mentor, and he will be sorely missed. Our thoughts are with his loved ones at this extremely difficult time.”
John Saunders on the set of College GameDay prior to the 2013 BCS national championship game. Allen Kee/ESPN Images
Saunders joined ESPN in December 1986 to anchor SportsCenter. But he became a voice on college basketball, the WNBA and hosted ESPN’s coverage of the Stanley Cup playoffs from 1993-2004. He also worked on coverage of the World Series and Major League Baseball All-Star game.

Saunders is survived by wife Wanda and daughters Aleah and Jenna.


If you have ever seen The Eric Andre Show then you know it’s nowhere near the typical late night talk show.

The Adult Swim program is one of the most unpredictable and purposely awkward series on television.

Over three seasons, host Eric André and co-host Hannibal Buress have experienced strange moments with rap stars like Wiz Khalifa, Chance The Rapper, and Tyler, The Creator.

However, the shenanigans on the season four premiere were too much for Atlanta native Tip “T.I. ” Harris.

The star of The Family Hustle reality show walked off TEAS after a man exposing his privates appeared on set.

“Aw sh-t, I’m gone. I’m out this b-tch,” stated Tip before exiting.

Watch The Eric Andre Show with T.I. below.


‘Power’s’ creator Courtney Kemp recently pissed off 50 Cent by running Sunday’s episode with a clip that included a frontal shot of 50’s penis!

50 took to social media to unleash a pretty harsh rant on Kemp as he called her a b-tch and told her to kiss his a-s. 50 also seemed pretty upset because he said his aunt couldn’t tune in to watch the episode, and that cut wasn’t in the first 3 edits. 50 spazzed out telling Kemp and Starz,

“Nah y’all got me f**** up!”

Many began to wonder if 50 felt so strongly about it, why was the scene filmed in the first place. Kemp says 50 signed his waiver like everyone else, and knew what time it was. Is 50 pulling a Taylor Swift-like publicity stunt? LOL