One Florida GOP Official Says Black People Were ‘Lucky’ To Be Enslaved

Boyton Beach volunteer board member, Cindy Falco-DiCorradosaid “you’re lucky we brought you over as slaves, or else you’d be deported, too.” she told black residents

Obviously, empowered by President Donald Trump’s seat in the White House, 2017 has been a year of racists going ham and expecting to get away with it. The sad part is, in most cases, they will. Even the white supremacist mob in Charlottesville got described as “very fine people” by Trump.

With notions like that, it’s no surprise that one Florida woman has seemingly lost her mind.

Boyton Beach volunteer board member, Cindy Falco-DiCorrado recently took some cheap and offensive shots at minorities. Of course, in typical racist fashion, she demanded Hispanic citizens speak “better English.” To black residents, she said “you’re lucky we brought you over as slaves, or else you’d be deported, too.”

According to the Truth Examiner, members of the community were understandably outraged over her bigoted remarks. They labeled her a white supremacist, and she reacted by resigning over the weekend. 

In her letter of resignation, she claimed that there was a “lynch mob” after her (great choice of terminology). She writes,  “I also heard that the City of Boynton Beach is being attacked through my stance on Sanctuary cities and things that I said that were taken out of context and it just keeps getting worse as those who have hate in their hearts only can hear and see hate.”

Or, you literally did and said some hateful things? What would a white supremacist be without a victim card though?

She continues, “I ask if anyone was hurt by things that I said that could of (sic) been misconstrued, taken out of context or due to misunderstandings to please forgive me. For the record I am NOT a racist nor a white supremacist (which I had to look up what it meant) I forgive them too.”

Who asked or is longing for your forgiveness, girl? Google is for the people. Your lack of understanding a word does not mean you don’t fit the description.

“I see that a lynch mob was put out on me which keeps Boynton Beach in a negative light,” she adds. “I do love the City of Boynton Beach and I don’t want to see lies and vileness spewed for an agenda of a certain group.”


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