Friday, September 01, 2017

Should Missouri Politico Resign After Social Media Lynching Comment???

He's already backing down from his FB post . . . Check the follow-up:

GOP lawmaker faces calls for resignation after Facebook post on Confederate statue vandalism

Updated August 31 at 4 p.m. with comments from Love and Gov. Greitens: Republican Gov. Eric Greitens and Democratic elected officials are calling for a Republican lawmaker from southwest Missouri to step down after he posted on Facebook that people who defaced a Confederate statue should be "hung from a tall tree with a long rope."

20 Comments:

Anonymous said...

Why should he have to?

The Black Woman who hoped for harm to Trump is not going to.

Does she get a pass?

After all, they aren't going to remove her either.

Reason KC said...

^^^ +1

Anonymous said...

No way should he resign. He's right. We do need to resume lynchings. Then we don't have to rely on worthless people like Jean Petersucker Baker for justice.

Byron Funkhouser said...

He should only resign if his views are not representative of his constituents, & since they apparently are, he isn't really the problem, just its spokesman & the NAACP was right to issue a travel advisory.

I was wrong - it's not 1950 in Missouri, its 1890.

These monuments must go because they are rallying points that were to demonstrate the belief in white supremacy. They were erected as acts of terrorism against blacks.

Anonymous said...

If I ever meet this guy...I'd like to buy him a beer.

Anonymous said...

Confederate Monuments of West Virginia

https://sites.google.com/site/wvotherhistory/confederate-monuments-of-west-virginia

Anonymous said...

Stupid people say stupid things. We see it everyday on TKC! Check out the above posts. Running off at the mouth is epidemic in this country. Hell chuck spews idiotic garbage like this daily. Last I heard, no one made him resign from his job as the men's room attendant at the bus station.

Anonymous said...

Its now clear that neo confederates are neo Nazis. The question is, is anyone really surprised?

Anonymous said...

He should resign immediately. Then he should move to Kansas City and get elected mayor. We have lots of tree and rope. And a seemingly unlimited supply of lynchable hood rats.

Anonymous said...

assholes & opinions, they
all pucker and they all
stink fuck you byron you
opinionated asshole

Anonymous said...

Fuck Bilerun. He doesn't decide who should do what. Fucking Hillbilly!

I see nothing wrong in what was said. It was not directed towards any race. It was directed towards a criminal that is yet to be identified. They should not only hang the bastard, but they should set his hateful self absorbed ass on fire and make an example out of the little prick.

Anonymous said...

How about this inbred, white trash motherfucker stops taking welfare from the federal government? Dude and his family regularly receive "farm subsidies" (fancy term for rural welfare benefits).

Anonymous said...

I didnt know der funkenstien could grow anything but white hate.

Anonymous said...

As a blind man Byron sure does a lot of reading commenting.

Anonymous said...

Only when he isn't sucking cock

Anonymous said...

Good riddance.

Anonymous said...

Yeah! Let's resume lynchings! That'll keep the negroes in line. Often, negroes who were subject to lynchings stayed strung up for several days, their subhuman carcasses rotting in the sun, as a message to other subhuman ferals to behave or leave.

Good times!

Anonymous said...

Byron suddenly feels threatened by obscure 100-year old monuments that no one has ever paid attention to? Paranoid SOB.

Anonymous said...

Byron does not exist.

Anonymous said...

Oh I'm sorry, this didn't happen:
Today in history Sept. 1st, 1862
Battle of Chantilly
Confederate Army troops defeat a group of retreating Union Army troops in Chantilly, Virginia and drive them away in the middle of an intense thunderstorm.
But this did:
1864: Atlanta falls to Union forces During the American Civil War, the Confederate hub is captured by Union soldiers led by General William Tecumseh Sherman, in one of the most decisive victories in the conflict