Judge Jeanine Pirro is in Cleveland to cover the Republican National Convention and in Saturday's show she had two guests, Wisconsin Sheriff David Clark and Bikers for Trump founder Chris Cox.
In the 10:15 minute clip below, Pirro starts with a prediction by activist Malik Shabazz of Black Lawyers for Justice, where he asserts that during the RNC Convention there will be "A lot of arrests, blocking of highways, tear gas," then the Judge brings on Wisconsin Sheriff David Clarke to respond.... and respond he does.
In Clarkes expert opinion, after having spent 38 years in law enforcement, the police and federal officials in Cleveland must "Throw the hammer down early, be reasonable but effective," stating that they should "send a loud and clear message right away to the criminal element, to these thugs and anarchists," because too soft an approach will spell disaster.
Clarke states the law enforcement in Cleveland must "put down an aggressive foot right away, right out of the gate, to show, to draw the line, a very bright line as to what kind of behavior is not going to be tolerated."
Clarke will be speaking at the Republican Convention and will be arriving Monday, July 18, 2016.
The second half of the video includes an in-studio appearance by the founder of Bikers For Trump, Chris Cox, to speak about their plans to patrol Cleveland during the Republican Convention.
Cox explains how the group has grown since he founded it last August, how it has evolved, how members want to see terrorism addressed head on, want a commander-in-chief that will call the enemy by name, radical Islam.
Towards the end of the clip, Cox says "If we are asked to we will form a 'wall of meat' between the police officers and the protesters."
Donald Trump tweeted a message back to #BikersForTrump, via Twitter:
As Sheriff Clarke says to Judge Jeanine, "prepare for the worst and hope for the best," great advice for not only Cleveland, but to live by. No one but the criminal element, the thugs and anarchists that Clarke describes, wants violence in Cleveland, Ohio during the week of the convention, but when you have black activists already predicting the closing of highways, a lot of arrests and tear gas, the only conclusion that can be made is that they are intending to force exactly that result.