December 23, 2016 at 12:32 pm #25780VitalogyParticipant
Carl Paladino, the brash Buffalo businessman who served as a co-chair of Donald Trump’s campaign in New York, is facing backlash and calls for his resignation for crude comments disparaging the Obamas.
Paladino, an elected city school board member, took part in a survey by the Artvoice weekly newspaper in which Buffalo residents were asked what they wished for in 2017. In answering what he’d like to happen most next year, the former New York GOP gubernatorial candidate replied:
Obama catches mad cow disease after being caught having relations with a Herford. He dies before his trial and is buried in a cow pasture next to [senior White House advisor] Valerie [Jarrett], who died weeks prior, after being convicted of sedition and treason, when a Jihady cell mate mistook her for being a nice person and decapitated her.
And when asked what he would most like to see go in 2017, he responded:
Michelle Obama. I’d like her to return to being a male and let loose in the outback of Zimbabwe where she lives comfortably in a cave with Maxie, the gorilla.
Buffalo School Board President Barbara Seals Nevergold said Paladino is known for his controversial rhetoric.
“What was surprising though were the direct attacks on the president and the first lady in such demeaning ways, in such tone that many have described as racist and as sexist,” Nevergold told reporters, “and so those are the comments I am most concerned about because of the messages they send to our children.”
The 70-year-old real estate company chairman was re-elected to the Buffalo Board of Education in May, edging his rival by four percentage points.
In 2010, he lost the race for New York governor against Democrat Andrew Cuomo, after the Paladino campaign was mired in a scandal involving racist and sexually explicit emails, according to The New York Times. One message included a video of dancing Africans in traditional garb entitled, “Obama Inauguration Rehearsal.”
Paladino, who was spotted at Trump Tower earlier this month, was one of the president-elect’s earliest supporters.
But, it’s not about race. LOL.
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