Tulsa, OK GOP Discriminates Against Black Republicans – Reported to NAACP

Michael McCutchin – Tulsa GOP Chairman (via Sooner Politics)

 

 

NAACP State Oklahoma President – Anthony Douglas

NAACP Oklahoma received complaint  that Tulsa GOP is discriminating against  black republicans.   Apparently Tulsa GOP chairman – Michael McCutchin has made it difficult for black republicans to attend precinct meetings by moving the locations outside of  their area.   It is believed the intent is to alienate black republicans from becoming precinct officers and to discourage black republicans in that district from becoming  voting members at the state convention.   The NAACP letter states in part:

“According to Tulsa GOP Chairman, Michael McCutchin, any North Tulsa Precincts chosen a neighborhood location that disadvantaged citizens could walk to and feel safe & comfortably received in, would be banished from the county convention as a punishment for exercising their precinct’s will”.

NAACP complaint regarding Tulsa GOP disenfranchising black republicans

Read more for details ….

Oklahoma County official criticized by Black caucus member for racial derogatory remarks

OKC County official, Larry Stein made racial remarks directed at black protesters in Ferguson, Missouri.    He called blacks animals and thugs and later used the late Rev. Martin Luther King to justify those racial remarks.  Above is screen shot of Stein’s initial remarks that he posted on facebook.    Black caucus member, Mike Shelton criticized Stein for the remarks. This news story was posted on KFOR’s news site and it’s facebook page.  Since the backlash Stein removed the derogatory facebook post; and it appears that he has privatized his twitter account as well.

Larry Stein is the Oklahoma County deputy assessor and the Communications Director for the Oklahoma GOP.  Mike Shelton  (OK-D)is also an Oklahoma State  house member.

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Illinois Black Fire Chief Says American Flag Stickers & Military Decal are ‘Racist’ – Relieves 4 Firefighters of Duty

Four firefighters – (1 Latino, 2 whites and 1 black ) with the Maywood Fire Department, in Maywood, Illinois were fired for displaying American flags and  9/11 remembrances decals because Maywood Fire Chief Craig Bronaugh said it is racist. Bronaugh also determine that the US Marine decal was symbol of racism, that was displayed by black firefighter.  Read more for details ….

Will Black GOP Nominee win 2014 Senate Election – South Carolina? Tim Scott.

U.S. Rep. Tim Scott smiles during a press conference announcing him as Jim DeMint’s replacement in the U.S. Senate at the South Carolina Statehouse on Monday, Dec. 17, 2012, in Columbia, S.C. (Rainier Ehrhardt/AP)

 

There’s hardly any talk in  the main stream media about Tim Scott’s 2014 candidacy for the US Senate.  He won the GOP nomination in South Carolina.  Scott very well could be the first black elected US senator from South Carolina.  According to  Washington Post, he’s the undercover senator.

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