David Clarke: Fla. students’ gun control push has ‘George Soros’ fingerprints all over it’

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February 22, 2018

Former Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke Jr. insinuated Wednesday that student survivors of the Parkland, Fla., school shooting were being manipulated by Democratic billionaire George Soros to organize for gun control.

In a tweet, the former Wisconsin sheriff wrote that media appearances and an activism campaign from students of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School against gun violence had “George Soros’ fingerprints all over it.”

The well ORGANIZED effort by Florida school students demanding gun control has GEORGE SOROS’ FINGERPRINTS all over it. It is similar to how he hijacked and exploited black people’s emotion regarding police use of force incidents into the COP HATING Black Lives Matter movement. pic.twitter.com/XDZ3bcwF6F

Seventeen people were killed at the Parkland high school last week when a gunman attacked with an AR-15. In the days following, students of the school have organized a national campaign aimed at reducing gun violence.

2 Comments - what are your thoughts?

  • gandolf says:

    It boggles the mind that Chicago hasn’t been mentioned in 5 years. The DOJ said in 2016 that in Chicago 4400 blacks shot 4400 blacks with illegal handguns killing 800 which included 28 children under 12 killed in drivebys. The FBI calls Chicago the gun murder capital of the US for a 5th year in a row.

  • Jose says:

    A well organized protest has to be funded by someone with deep pockets so do the math.,

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