Is this a new day in America, when we finally see the most important people among us rising up to let the "news" business know who is really in charge?
God, I hope so.
I don't know for sure what all this "Black lives matter" hoopla is about. I'm quite sure black lives do matter. And my heart goes out to the families and friends of all the slain police officers recently.
But despite the topic of discussion last night, watching this life-long lawman make mincemeat out of one of these losers on live television is a treat I thought I might never get to see.
Hopefully we get to experience more of this fantastic, must-see TV! Let's start a trend of standing up to scumbag "journalists" while live and on the air.
I wish one of these disingenuous clowns would shove a microphone in my face, live on the air. That would be something to see.
Don Lemon is right about one thing: This is a difficult time.
This is a difficult time to be a scumbag "news" person with a camera pointed at you and a microphone clipped to your lapel. How can that possibly be easy, when they must realize by now that the informed among us watch with a constant disdain and mistrust.
Here in Houston, they use complicated-sounding terms like “augmented reality” (an appropriate choice of words for what they do), while struggling to understand the meaning of simple words like “never.”
In this day and age, the only people who put up with their bullshit are the people who have to.
It’s enough to make a sane person want to turn in their cable box.
What this wonderful police officer did last night was tantamount to someone standing up to the schoolyard bully. And there are a lot more bullies to stand up to, Sheriff.
Again, I'm not really sure what "Black lives matter" means. But if I'm making a list of black lives that matter today, Sheriff David Clarke is certainly near the top.
Incidentally, Don Lemon is toward the bottom of my “Black lives matter” list.
Here's to many more successful press outings, Sheriff. Congratulations on a job well done, and thank you for your service to your community and our nation.