Sunday, August 20, 2017

Must not disrespect a black ideologue

Anybody who tries to lock black kids into failing public schools does not have the interests of the kids at heart -- but they may be captives of the teacher unions.  So Loeb was well justifed in commenting strongly on that

ALBANY, N.Y. — A billionaire hedge fund manager has apologized for an online post saying that a black New York state senator has ‘‘done more damage to people of color than anyone who has ever donned a hood’’ because of her support for teachers unions.

Daniel Loeb issued a statement saying he regrets the language he used in the Facebook post about the Senate minority meader, Andrea Stewart-Cousins, a Democrat. The post was an apparent reference to the white headgear of the Ku Klux Klan. It was deleted late Thursday.

Loeb, the CEO of the investment firm Third Point, is a top donor to the Democratic governor, Andrew Cuomo and many other politicians. He is a leading supporter of charter schools.



Bird of Paradise said...

BLM,NBPP,NATION of ISLAM,ANTIFA and peas in a pod the same evil vile scumballs tearing down states and monuments of the former conferecy and the vandals belong in prison

Anonymous said...

His comment was spot on so why apologize? I forgot Democrats are above reproach.

Anonymous said...

Yeah, he was probably right, but you can't use the KKK or Nazis in an analogy nowadays.