Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke appeared on "Hannity" tonight to weigh in on why the death of convicted drug dealer Freddie Gray got so much more mainstream media attention than the murder of 25-year-old NYPD officer Brian Moore.

Last night, Sheriff Clarke told Hannity that, "Cops' lives don't matter." Tonight, he said that he sees a political agenda in play, explaining that the data doesn't back up the narrative of police targeting black men.

"There is no pattern. There is no credible evidence to support that law enforcement officers of any race use an inordinate amount of force against black males," Sheriff Clarke stated.

He said this narrative thrives because the liberal mainstream media likes race and identity politics.

"They have abandoned their responsibility under the First Amendment to be neutral and to get to the facts, and they have become the mouthpiece, they have become the propaganda wing of leftist policy and leftist ideology," Sheriff Clarke said.

Watch the clip from "Hannity" above.


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