CNN Reporter Falsely Accuses Sheriff Clarke of Plagiarizing College Paper In An Effort To Discredit Him
Out of all the widespread corruption in Washington, CNN reporter Andrew Kaczynski @KFILE attempted to write a character-lynching piece about Sheriff David Clarke, falsely claiming that he had plagiarized part of his college thesis.
— David A. Clarke, Jr. (@SheriffClarke) May 20, 2017
Clarke used footnotes to site his sources but didn’t use quotation marks: this was done per requirements of the Naval Postgraduate School. Kaczynski’s smear campaign and accusations of plagiarism revolve around quotation marks.
Independent Journal Review Wrote:
Their report cites 47 times throughout the 88-page paper that Clarke “lifts language from sources and credits them with a footnote” but does not use quotation marks.
The accusation came only a few days after Clarke announced that he will be accepting the position of assistant secretary in the Department of Homeland Security.
According to Clarke, the timing reeks of partisanship, and in an email to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, he wrote, “Only someone with a political agenda would say this is plagiarism.”
Fran McLaughlin, Clarke’s public information officer said the school “has a system for doing papers and Clarke followed it.”
Patriots who are tired of seeing the leftwing fake news damage conservatives and control the narrative, responded quickly to the false accusations against Sheriff Clarke.
— Jessie Jane Duff (@JessieJaneDuff) May 22, 2017
Instead of investigating something like the murder of DNC leaker Seth Rich, Kaczynski decided to invest his time developing a smear campaign against Clarke.
In an effort to discredit conservatives, Kaczynski has written similar stories about Monica Crowley and Rand Paul. Liberal media is unmasked now and they’ve become nothing more than political activists pushing a liberal agendas.
Vicki McKenna has more on this nasty smear.
— Vicki McKenna (@VickiMcKenna) May 22, 2017