Ex-Sheriff David Clarke describes how he would have stopped anti-fascists in 1930s Germany on ‘Who is America’

August 13, 2018

David Clark
Former Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke Jr. told disguised comedian Sacha Baron Cohen that it is wrong to “take sides” between fascists and anti-fascists on the latest episode of Showtime’s “Who is America?”

In a portion of the episode, Cohen poses as his fictional Danish YouTube personality OMGWhizzboyOMG to discuss the Charlottesville rally and far-right and far-left protesters with Clarke.

“Let’s talk about the dangerous people who marched in Charlottesville, or as they’re called, Antifa,” Cohen says as Whizzboy. “What are they like?”
“Antifa is an anarchist group,” Clarke replies. “They promote chaos. They come in — again, this is not protest. When you start trashing buildings—”

Cohen then has Clarke explain to Mackenzie Maple Donut, a donut figurine, why she shouldn’t join Antifa.

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