CA Democratic Official Allan Brauer’s Insanely Offensive Tweets Against Conservatives
Apparently the rest of the Twittersphere has caught up to what I’ve known for over a year: Allan Brauer, the communications chair for Sacramento Democratic Party loves making disgusting and offensive remarks to those who disagree with him.
What made everyone notice him, finally, was this tweet, where he wishes death on the children of one of Ted Cruz’s aides:
The reporting on this drew up a furor, but as is typical for Brauer, he doubled down on his hate-tweeting:
Incredibly, the CA State Democrats said the real problem with his offensive statement was that it let Ted Cruz off the hook! That’s how accustomed the Democrats are to being able to say whatever they want without any repercussions.
Eventually, he did apologize, but as a twitter user who has been on the end of his hate-tweets, I’m wondering, where are his apologies to everyone else he’s made ridiculously offensive remarks to? Here’s his charming missive to me:
Then he made this curious insult… sounds rather… racist, que no?
I mean, if some Republican had told two Hispanics that they could clean toilets, how do you think the liberal media would take that?
And here he is lobbing his favorite insult, “c*mrag,” at a conservative woman who dared to disagree with him:
Here’s him saying the same thing about Newt Gingrich’s wife:
and more similar attacks:
Uh, “War on Women” anyone? But I guess this is all ok, since Republicans are the real problem, right Sacramento Democrats? We wouldn’t those guys left off the hook!
Allan Brauer has been fired. Or rather, his resignation is accepted.
Democratic Party of Sacramento County Calls For and Accepts Resignation of Communications Chair for Tweeting ‘Appalling and Inexcusable’ CommentsThe Democratic Party of Sacramento County (DPSC) Friday called for and accepted the resignation of its volunteer communications chair following of series of personal twitter comments directed at GOP staff after Republicans voted to defund President Obama’s health care law.DPSC chair Kerri Asbury said the personal twitter comments made by Communications Committee chair Allan Brauer were “appalling and inexcusable.” She accepted his resignation Friday, and issued the following statement:“The comments by our volunteer communications chair are appalling and inexcusable. No matter what our political disagreements may be, wishing harm is never an acceptable response during heated public debate or any other time. Mr. Brauer has apologized for his comments and expressed his remorse.”