Tuesday, November 15, 2016

West Virginia Mayor Calls Michelle Obama An "Ape In Heels!"

This ugly woman and a mayor of a West Virginia town called First Lady Michelle Obama an "ape in heels".

We have the controversial billionaire/sexist/racist/reality television star as the 45th President of the United States. It was sparked by racism towards the current occupant and his family.

As President Barack Obama and his family prepare for a "peaceful transition", tensions are high in the United States. More Americans are divided. When he take the oath of office in January, Donald J. Trump will face a massive load of issues to take care of.

One of them is the call for unity.

Since he promised to be "brutally honest" about the world, "political correctness" is off the table.
West Virginia mayor thought the "ape in heels" comment was hilarious.
The White folks and the alt-right are openly attacking Blacks, Hispanics, Native Americans, Muslims, those in the LGBT community and of course progressives who are protesting the election.

A city director for the Clay, West Virginia Development Corporation called First Lady Michelle Obama an "ape in heels." The posting got a thumbs up from the mayor of the city, Beverly Whaling.

"It will be so refreshing to have a classy, beautiful, dignified First Lady back in the White House," wrote Pamela Ramsey Taylor.

The post was screenshot and shared through the web. It went viral. Not for the woman posting this shit, but the Whaling saying, "Just made my day Pam." She commented under the original post.

NAACP state director Owens Brown slammed the disparaging message and said that "there's no place for these types of attitudes in our state."

"Unfortunately this is a reality that we are dealing with today," he added.
Thank you.
An online petition says that both women, who appear to have deleted their Facebook pages, should lose their jobs for the "hateful, racially motivated statement."

The page had gathered more than 24,000 signatures as of Monday night.

Every county of West Virginia went for Donald Trump in last week's election, with more than 77% of Clay County supporting him.

Whaling told the Washington Post that her comment "was not intended to be racist at all."

"I was referring to my day being made for change in the White House! I am truly sorry for any hard feeling this may have caused! Those who know me know that I'm not of any way racist!"

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