So serious! It’s funny how Democrats can talk all the BS they want, but they can’t take it in return without crying like babies. Now, Paladino is in big trouble with President Obama and all the angry liberals after calling Michelle Obama “racist names.”
According to theguardian,
Carl Paladino, a 70-year-old entrepreneur who ran for New York governor in 2010, made the inflammatory comments to Artvoice, an alternative paper in Buffalo.
In response, Governor Andrew Cuomo condemned what he said were Paladino’s “racist, ugly, reprehensible remarks about the president and first lady”.
Paladino visited Trump Tower earlier this month, telling the Buffalo News he spent an hour with the president-elect.
Among key figures he met were the vice-president-elect Mike Pence, chief of staff nominee Reince Priebus, senior counsel nominee Stephen Bannon, Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kushner and nominated national security adviser Michael Flynn.
“It was a wide-ranging conversation about all the people across the state who were on my team,” the newspaper reported Paladino as saying.
“We talked about New Yorkers who might have a role, how we might structure appointments and who would get input. I think I will have an ongoing ability to make recommendations.”
Artvoice included Paladino among a number of people asked what they wanted to see happen in 2017.
“[Barack] Obama catches mad cow disease after being caught having relations with a Her[e]ford,” he said.
“He dies before his trial and is buried in a cow pasture next to [senior Obama adviser] Valerie Jarret[t], who died weeks prior, after being convicted of sedition and treason, when a Jihady [sic] cell mate mistook her for being a nice person and decapitated her.”
About Michelle Obama, he said: “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.”
Reported by americannews,
Carl Paladino has come under liberal fire for making a racist remark about first lady Michelle Obama in a Buffalo alt-weekly. Paladino, who served as an honorary co-chair of Donald Trump’s campaign, was surveyed by Artvoice about his hopes for 2015. In a response to a question about who should “so away,” Paladino stated, “I’d like (Michelle Obama) 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.”
His statement also criticized President Obama for being a “lazy ass president.” Paladino’s remarks in the survey also targeted President Obama directly, with the former gubernatorial candidate wishing he “contracts mad cow disease” and “dies before his trial and is buried in a cow pasture next to Valerie Jarret.”
In 2010, Paladino won the Republican primary for governor. But his remarks drew a rebuke from Trump’s team and backlash from officials in New York—some of who demanded he give up his seat on the school board.
On Friday, the Buffalo Parent Teacher Organization held a news conference calling on Paladino to step down. Democratic officials publically condemned his remarks, and Gov. Andrew Cuomo called his remarks “racist, ugly and reprehensible.”
“His remarks do not reflect sentiments or opinions of any real New Yorkers and he has embarrassed the good people of the state with his latest hate-filled rage,” Cuomo said in a statement.
Paladino introduced Trump at campaign rallies across the state ahead of New York’s April primary. He has since remained in contact with Trump’s transition team and traveled to Trump Tower to meet with the president-elect earlier this month. In a statement, Trump’s team spoke out against Paladino’s remarks.
“Carl’s comments are absolutely reprehensible, and they serve no place in our public discourse,” the statement read.
Paladino stood behind his comments, insisting they were humorous and had “nothing to do with race.”