Black Florida Sheriff Vows to Deputize Gun Owners If Violent Protests Erupt

Sheriff Darryl Daniels, Youtube
Clay County, Florida: Darryl Daniels, an African-American Sheriff, announced that he and his fellow officers will not tolerate the type of destruction, violence, and murder that Black Lives Matter and Antifa rained down on other cities. Trump will be attending the upcoming Republican National Committee that will be held in nearby Jacksonville county in August. The BLM / Antifa mob have promised to bus in thousands of domestic terrorists to harass, intimidate, and potentially murder Trump supporters or members of the conservative media. Sheriff Daniels warned that if there aren’t enough officers to handle an influx of protesters, he will make the gun owners of Clay County “special deputies” in order to quell domestic terrorist and insurrectionist activity. [Be sure to play the short video of the Sherrif’s statement. It will make you proud of the police for a change.] -GEG

Darryl Daniels, an African-American Sheriff of Clay County in North Florida has a stern message for what he calls “godless disruptors” who have destroyed towns across America and murdered law enforcement officers during “peaceful” Black Lives Matter and Antifa domestic terrorist gatherings.

Clay County is a suburb right outside of Jacksonville, where the RNC will be held next month, capped off by a much anticipated speech by President Trump as he officially accepts the Republican nomination for President of the United States. He announced that violence and destruction will not be allowed in his county and that if the police are overwhelmed by brutish BLM and Antifa thugs, he will have no choice but to make the gun owners of Clay County “special deputies” in order to quell domestic terrorist and insurrectionist activity.

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Vince Cortese
Vince Cortese
30 days ago

Love it. Clay County here I come

G.M. Woodard
G.M. Woodard
30 days ago

Sheriff Daniels is an admirable, honorable, lawful, intelligent, articulate and Godly man. He stands as a great example of what the men and women in law enforcement should strive to become. The community of Clay County Florida, and all Americans should honor this man. May God bless him, his deputy sheriffs, and all others who stand with the Lord against the darkness raging in this land, created by a few terribly insecure billionaires who are frightened of their own shadows, and who foolishly curse God and the people of this country.

Iris Ziller
Iris Ziller
30 days ago

Kudos Sheriff, to you and your Deputies.

30 days ago

Wonderful story. A little ray of sun shine to bleak times.

Joseph Burke
Joseph Burke
29 days ago

Hell yeah! A shout out from Levy County Florida. Ya’ll need help let me know.