Thursday, May 21, 2015

Noblesville sign stirs controversy - 13 WTHR Indianapolis

Noblesville sign stirs controversy - 13 WTHR Indianapolis

Racial bigotry knows no boundaries.

Hatred and Bigotry knows no end, especially when it's next door, which is Indiana.  That state has a share of bigotry, starting with the religious freedom bill that Gov. Pence signed back in March that stirred plenty of controversy and protest as well as backlash from business and social interests.  Now this hateful sign in Noblesville?  Where's Gov. Pence?  

NOBLESVILLE, Ind. -A controversy is brewing in Noblesville over a sign that some are calling racist.

First Amendment or hate? That's the question surrounding the sign in a front yard, which states, "I love Mexican people but they do not belong in the U.S. No Mexicans on my property. C. J. Spence." The sign is advertising firewood for sale.
Devon Morgan and his friends wanted to see it for themselves.
"I just wanted to see if it was actually out here; if it hasn't been taken down yet," said Morgan.

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