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Wednesday, April 26, 2017

Hate and Intolerance In Kentucky

Looney Left Report

Former Los Angeles County Young Republicans Chairman Arleigh Kerr now is a Lexington, Kentucky resident.

Recently, he attended a townhall meeting of his area's congressman, Andy Barr, where he witnessed first hand the rudeness of the Left.

This prompted Kerr to write a letter to the editor of the Lexington Herald Leader:
I’ve only lived in Kentucky for a little over two years, but in that time I’ve found Kentuckians to be friendly, welcoming, polite. But Monday I saw a different kind of Kentuckian; rude, intolerant and consumed by hate. 
I went to Congressman Andy Barr’s town hall at Lafayette High School. I was appalled. Many of those in attendance not only wouldn’t listen to Barr’s answers to their questions, they tried to shout him down. I don’t care if they disagree with him, that’s fine, but let him speak. 
The Herald-Leader article identifies most of those there as Democrats, but these weren’t ordinary Democrats. When I entered the building, someone at the door was handing out red and green cards and asked if I was a member of Indivisible Bluegrass. I’d never heard of this group and I said no, so I was not given any cards. As it turned out, it was these card-waving people who spent the next 90 minutes interrupting with their loud, rude, narrow-minded shouts. 
I was outraged by their actions. I don’t know who these people are, but I really hope I never see them again. They are a disgrace to Kentucky. 
To see the letter at the newspaper's website, go here.

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