Sheriff Clarke: The Constitution Does Not Prevent Horrific Acts Done By Human Beings

Within hours of the horrific on-air shooting of two TV journalists in Virginia, prominent Democrats tried to politicize the tragedy by calling for greater federal gun control.

President Barack Obama:

What we know, is that the number of people who die from gun-related incidents around this country dwarfs any deaths that happen through terrorism.

Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke threw the book at liberals for what he called their shameless attempt to exploit the shocking murders.

Shame on the left, shame on the Democrats for once again exploiting misery and tragedy to pursue a political agenda. Shame on the President of the United States to invoke terrorism into this horrific incident that happened in Virginia.

Sheriff Clarke pointed to the U.S. Constitution in his argument that Democrats are using grief as a motivator to restrict liberty.

This document, the Constitution, protects freedom and liberty. It does not prevent horrific acts done by human beings.

Sheriff Clarke insists that the law enforcement community already knows how to prevent gun violence.

You identify the bad guys, you arrest the bad guys, you adjudicate them and once they’re convicted, you lock them up for the longest period of time allowed by law.

The Wisconsin Sheriff sharply criticized President Obama’s reaction to the murders on live television.

This was a chance for the president to bring the country together, and once again, the divider-in-chief goes out and further separates us.

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Watch: Couple Was Listening To Their Baby Monitor When They Hear This CHILLING Message

An Indianapolis couple is unnerved after a video monitoring system in their daughter’s room was hacked into Wednesday.

The Denman’s two-year-old daughter was playing with her mother in her room when suddenly music began to play through the device, WTTV reported.

“Our privacy was just invaded,” said Jared Denman. “Someone was playing ‘Every Breath You Take’ by The Police.”

Denman’s wife first believed it was a joke, but it soon became apparent the baby monitor was hacked.

“He started doing sexual noises on the camera,” Denman said.

It agitated me a lot because who is to know if those people are even aware that the videos have been posted online. We kind of felt violated and we didn’t feel secure in our own home.

While it is not exactly known who committed the hack, the family has a suspect in mind. WTTV pointed to a Twitter account notorious for showing off its hacking performances. The account’s bio is simply, “Every breath you take, every move you make…,” a key refrain in “Every Breath You Take.” The alleged hackers have reportedly played the song in other hacks before.

“It tends to be quite easy, especially when there is a hole found in a particular device and somebody publishes some method online,” David Szpunar, vice president of technical services at PC Help Services in Indianapolis, told WTTV.

“You can make sure you have a strong wireless network password in case someone is nearby and wants to bypass your firewall completely,” added Szpunar. 

WTTV notes the one key thing which left the Denmans vulnerable.

The Denmans forgot to change the factory pre-set username and password that came on the camera. As a result, the hacker was able to access the camera with relative ease.

“The biggest advice I have for other parents is to change the username and password,” said Denman.

h/t: The Sun

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Trump Shuts Down Gun Grabbers Who Want More Gun Control After Va. Shooting

It didn’t take long for the gun control lobbyists, including the White House, to call for more gun control after two journalists were shot and killed on live TV Wednesday in Roanoke, Virginia.

“It breaks my heart every time you read about or hear about these kinds of incidents,” President Obama said. “What we know is that, uhm, the number of people who die from, uhh, gun-related, uhh, incidents around this country dwarfs any deaths that happen through terrorism.”

Republican frontrunner Donald Trump took a different route and suggested that more gun control wouldn’t have stopped the shooting.

“This is a really sick person. This isn’t a gun problem, this is a mental problem,” Trump said to CNN’s Chris Cuomo. “If you tried to do it, the bad guys would have them… and the good folks would abide by the law – they’d be hopeless, and it would just be hopeless situation for them.”

Mr. Trump later took note of Chicago’s strict gun laws and argued that even with tough legislation, Chicago has “people getting killed all the time.”

Trump: “And they have by far the toughest gun laws in the country, so it’s not just a question of the laws…”

Cuomo: “So..”

Trump: “It’s really the people.”

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TV’s Judge Joe Brown Is Used To Sending People To Jail — Now the Tables Have Turned

Joe Brown, the Tennessee attorney who rose to national prominence by hosting the daytime reality program Judge Joe Brown, recently found himself on the other side of a courtroom ruling.

WMC reported this week that Brown recently reported to jail to serve five days on charges stemming from his behavior as a lawyer in a child custody case last year.

“Excuse me,” he told the juvenile court magistrate after learning the court could not find his client’s paperwork, “you need to straighten yourself out.”

The judge tacked on additional days behind bars each time Brown made another accusatory statement.

After taking his appeal all the way to the Tennessee Supreme Court, it was ultimately denied. As he arrived to serve his sentence, Brown was greeted by a number of supporters. Many held signs with messages such as “I stand with Joe.”

Social media efforts to raise awareness of what some say is an unjustified conviction are also under way, with many allies posting with the hashtag #ISupportJoe.

He spoke to WMC from his vehicle, comparing himself to other important figures he apparently feels represented his current struggle.

“You might have asked Mandela,” he said, “Martin Luther King, Rev. Lowery, Stokely Carmichael. You might ask those people who just got arrested in Ferguson what it’s all about. Sometimes you have to do what you have to do and stand up for justice.”

In case his brand of justice was not fully clear, he used his last statement as a free man to share some race-based social commentary.

“Black lives matter,” he declared.

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WATCH: Mom Comes Home From Day Care With Unusually Tired Baby, Then Gets Horrifying News From The Sheriff

A Oklahoma daycare center has been shut down following allegations its employees gave children Benadryl to put them to sleep.

Multiple employees of Sue’s Day Care in Durant have come forward to say they were directed to do so by the center’s owner, Beverly Sue Stair.

Jeff Wilson, an investigator with the local sheriff’s office, told KTEN that his office had opened an investigation into Sue’s Day Care (which has been in business for over 20 years), and he is recommending that the Bryan County District Attorney’s office file charges against the owner.

A former employee contacted Oklahoma’s Department of Human Services (DHS), alerting them about the use of the drug to put children to sleep. Other employees then came forward to confirm the practice.

So far, seven children have been identified as victims, including a six-month old, Hendricks. His mother, Leslee Meade, noticed when her son would come home from the center that he was behaving “way out of his norm. Normally he is playful and active,” but he only wanted to sleep.

Benadryl “can cause small children to stop breathing. None of the children are thought to have sustained serious injury,” according to KPIX.

“What [Beverly Sue Stair] was doing was messing with our lives. Had something happened, it would have changed everybody’s life forever. It would have taken away something that could never be gotten back,” said Meade.

Sue’s Day Care will remain shut down, pending the outcome of the DHS investigation.

TODAY conducted an online poll in 2011 “which found that one in five admitted to giving their children medicine such as Benadryl or Dramamine to get through a big event, like a long car ride or plane trip.”

“I suspect that one in five is low,” said Dr. Nancy Snyderman, NBC’s chief medical editor, who says parents should talk to their pediatricians about proper dosage. (She adds that every doctor she knows who’s also a parent has tried this trick at some point, so don’t feel shy about telling your doctor).

“The biggest risk is overdose or an adverse reaction,” Snyderman added.

“Every day is not OK. Drugs are never an OK substitute for parenting,” the doctor said. “If a mother is drugging a kid that much, it’s a parenting issue.”

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