Wednesday, September 19, 2018

Racist School Superintendents For $200, Alex

A Texas school district's superintendent named Lynn Redden apparently wasn't happy that Deshaun Watson and the Houston Texans lost 20-17 to the Tennessee Titans on Sunday. So he posted this comment under a Houston Chronicle article on Facebook:
"That may have been the most inept quarterback decision I've seen in the NFL. When you need precision decision making you can't count on a black quarterback."
As you can see in THIS ARTICLE, this effen bozo tried to defend himself in two ways:

1. He said he thought he was talking in private to a friend. 

Because, you know, it's OK for a school superintendent (or anybody else) to be a racist as long as he practices his "craft" in private.

2. As part of his non-apology apology, Redden said black quarterbacks "have had limited success" throughout the league's history. 

Yep, keep digging, buddy. You're gonna need a bigger shovel.

The Onalaska Independent School District board is meeting Saturday to discuss the issue (and, theoretically, Redden's future), but as THIS ARTICLE shows, several parents are supporting their racist superintendent.

Cindi Rivera, whose daughter attended school in the district for 13 years before graduating in 2017, said ... Redden is a man of integrity and strong morals. His Facebook comment shocked her, she said, because she hasn't heard him make any racist or defamatory comments to students or parents. She still backs him as a person: "He helped all of us raise our kids. This man backs every single student."

Well, there's nothing like a helpful racist with integrity!

The Texans rallied around Watson and ripped Redden, with coach Bill O'Brien saying: 
"Deshaun represents everything that's right about football and life. It's amazing that BS exists, but it does."
Actually, it's not very amazing at all.

What's amazing is that there really are yahoos who believe that racism no longer exists ... and even total dopes who contend that "reverse racism" (whatever that is) is a bigger problem in America than actual racism.

It's 2018, folks, and we still have a LOOOOONG way to go.

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