Ron Paul Apologizes for Posting Racist Cartoon

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Former Rep. Ron Paul (R-TX) apologized today after his Twitter account posted and then deleted a racist and antisemitic cartoon featuring a Jewish man, an Asian man, a Latino man, and a black man all punching Uncle Sam with an arm emblazoned with the communist hammer-and-sickle symbol, the Daily Beast reports. The caption on Paul’s original tweet was “Are you stunned by what has become of American culture? Well, it’s not an accident. You’ve probably heard of ‘Cultural Marxism,’ but do you know what it means?”

Hours later, after screenshots of the deleted post went viral online, the libertarian 82-year-old ex-lawmaker issued a statement: “Earlier today a staff member inadvertently posted an offensive cartoon on my social media. I do not make my own social media posts and when I discovered the mistake it was immediately deleted.”

{Matzav.com}

3 COMMENTS

  1. ” staff member inadvertently posted” Really???
    “I discovered the mistake” Really??

    First of all, that “staff member” was Viewing that image. So where did he see it at. We know the type who makes such caricatures. To say this is an “inadvertent mistake” says More about Ron Paul then even he wants to admit, given his cavalier attitude on the matter. Evidently the person in question hasn’t suffered any recourse as a result.

  2. This cartoon is not surprising coming from the person who said “the Jews were behind the 1993 World Trade Center bombings”.

  3. Greetings Earthings.

    I am a man of the whole planets future and I will attest. Good men wear good war war war.

    You can kill all the jews and anyone else. I am from the future.

    Thank you.

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