The sheriff’s deputy accused of shooting a Texas farmer’s dog for no reason has been fired, the Rains County Sheriff’s Office confirmed Thursday.
The level of disgusting here comes on several levels. But it is from a Illinois Democrat...
Chicago Sun Times readers were stunned last week to find that writer
Neil Steinberg has penned a column comparing black supporters of
Republican gubernatorial candidate Bruce Rauner to Jews who collaborated
with the Nazis against their brethren.
Quinn’s camp praised the piece and tweeted it out to supporters several
times. The tweets were deleted after local Jewish community officials
quietly communicated their outrage to the governor.
'quietly'. I GUARANTEE that if a Republican/conservative/libertarian politician had pushed this line, the communication would've been anything but 'quiet'. But then, it was a leftist who said it, and a Democrat politician pushing it, so they would do it quietly.
Some in the Chicago Jewish community say that they were outraged by
Quinn’s support of the Nazi rhetoric, which was disseminated over
Passover, the holiday marking the ancient Jewish people’s release from
"Accusing blacks of the wrong party of being like National Socialists, no problem; but don't bring us Jews into it!"
(Yeah, maybe I'm being too hard on them; but I doubt it)