Former SC GOP Exec Director Fires Off Racially-Charged Tweets During The Super Bowl *Graphic
And the GOP wonders why they lost?
During last nightâ€™s Super Bowl, former South Carolina GOP executive director and current legal correspondent for Foxâ€™s Good Day Columbia Todd Kincannon sent out a flurry of racially-charged tweets, stirring controversy among social media users.
Kincannonâ€™s tweets largely involved â€śjokesâ€ť about Trayvon Martin, dick-sucking, Hurricane Katrina, and black people.
After receiving much criticism for his Trayvon Martin remark, Kincannon dug in deeper, thrice more invoking the shooting victim's name as a punchline:
And, given the mid-game blackout, Kincannon took the opportunity to make a "joke" about the arena and its use as shelter for the "poors" among New Orleans' majority black population during Hurricane Katrina:
The tweets sent off a flurry of negative responses, which was met with the legal analyst doubling down on his remarks, laughing off criticism, and re-tweeting dozens of supportive responses.
[h/t Anthony De Rosa]