Friday, October 18, 2019


Okay, that was an easy one . . . Here's a more serious look at the consequences of online discourse and MSM calling out campaign worker trolls clogging the Internets with garbage whilst mistakenly believing their influencing public opinion . . . Checkit:

Kobach fires Kansas Senate campaign aide over hateful posts

TOPEKA, KS (AP) - Republican Kris Kobach's campaign for the Senate in Kansas says it has fired an aide after learning he regularly posted hateful comments about Jews and racial minorities on a white nationalist website. The latest campaign finance report filed by Kobach's campaign shows it paid Joe Suber of Olathe $500 for field coordinating services in September.


Strother Martin said...

Hateful = Reality-based assessments of behavior.

Anonymous said...

Run, Kris, run! With Ann Coulter's support and Peter Thiel's money, who needs voters?

Anonymous said...

Guess who? (hint: middle name Karlisle, initials KKK)

"Damnit Joe - I told you not to post the stuff we talk about!"