Thursday, January 04, 2018

Show-Me No Consequences For Missouri Politico Touting Lynching Against Confederate Monument Vandals

Lawmaker cleared for his controversial social media post . . . Read more:

No punishment for Warren Love over controversial Facebook post

A state representative from rural Missouri won't face any punishment for a controversial Facebook post he made last summer. The House Ethics Committee considered sanctions against Rep. Warren Love, R-Osceola, for a Facebook post in which he said vandals who defaced a Confederate monument should be "hung from a tall tree with a long rope."

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

What he said is true. Criminals who deface Confederate memorials should be hung. Right after they and their friends and families are beaten and forced to watch the hanging

Anonymous said...

Jesus Fucking Christ, can you imagine how great our country would be if only the lazy pussies in the South would have picked their own cotton.

Anonymous said...

Tall tree , short rope. Fixed it

Anonymous said...

^^^^
Yep that's a fact, and now we pay the price, and watch black people turn on the very ones who freed them.

Anonymous said...

I think this guy should move to Kansas City and run for mayor.

Anonymous said...

Hang 'em high, bitches!