Stephon Clarke’s crazy brother wasted a golden opportunity with CNN to milk his fifteen minutes of victimhood fame, instead demonstrating that he’s nuts, someone to steer clear…
It’s tough to figure out what’s going on inside this Sacramento thug’s head but it seems likely that he’ll be joining his brother, Stephon Clarke on the receiving end of some flying lead if he continues down the road he’s on. Mental illness, in addition to a propensity for criminality, may run in their family. [[WATCH CRAZY VIDEO BELOW]]
It couldn’t happen to a more deserving schmuck as Don Lemon opens what is supposed to be just another typical anti-white, anti-cop, we’re so oppressed, “why won’t they let us just be criminals” interview.
The brother of the dead thug Stephon Clarke, who surprisingly has the same last name, Stevante Clarke, is asked one of the housekeeping type of questions that are intended to identify the guest as a victim and get the audience immediately on their side. Instead, Clarke had a trap waiting and Lemon stumbled right into it. He sat there with a doo rag on his head and an intense scowl on his face as Lemon served up the softball.
Instead of the usual response there was a long period of awkward silence with the “cute” Clarke turning to ring a bell. Obviously he’s planned these theatrics ahead of time. Lemon sits there for a little while and then asks, “What does that mean?” The punk thug replies in an intimidating tone, “Next Question.”
Lemon says, “Okay, obviously you are in grief right now” and starts the long process of extricating himself from the interview without appearing to be insensitive and subjecting himself and his propaganda network to the same criticism they undeservedly heap on conservatives.
Thug Stevante replies, “I am not in grief, we haven’t slept, we haven’t ate [eaten?], the media keeps following us everywhere we go.” So who forced your parasitic butt into that chair, clown? He breaks into some Schumer tears as he talks about the mayor immediately caving to their demands by building a library named after his dead thug brother, holding his chest like he’s losing his breath. This is the big one, Elizabeth.
He then does an animal style growl at the camera as the new celebrity tells Lemon how much he loves his city and is going to work with city leaders, “We’re going to work with each other, I love my city. I’m Sac-Strong, I did all this for my city.” Sack of what? What exactly has he done aside from act like a freak on what will likely be his last appearance on the radical-promoting CNN. You’ve got to be a real screw up as a leftist to get booted by CNN.
He blames CNN for swarming them and ruining their lives forever. That seems to be the time that Lemon got the final instructions to get this freak off of their airwaves. Clarke senses and seems to be being told in his earpiece that he’s about to get the axe. He plays the race card, saying, “Don Lemon let me talk to my people, okay? You black on black, let’s be black now, don’t you do that [damn Don Lemon world]” or other garbled mess that sounds like that. Lemon says nothing in response to the racist nature of his comments.
They end up talking over each other as the uncultured, rude product of the same parenting that got his criminal brother shot doesn’t even have the sense and discipline to use the CNN interview in his contrived attack on everybody.
This punk will soon find his way into a confined facility, either a mental institution or a penitentiary. It’s just a matter of time. He may be Sac-Strong but he certainly isn’t Sac-Smart. Maybe David Hogg could give him a few pointers on how to work with CNN. Maybe they could go into the back yard and discuss it.
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