Skip to comments.Another Hate Hoax: Washington State Politician Jonathan Lopez Admits Sending Himself Racist Hate Mail And Violating Stolen Valor Act
Posted on 07/08/2020 9:42:05 AM PDT by SeekAndFind
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umatilla county is in OREGONE....please, we have enough of our own crap here in the state of Washington..
He claimed to be CEO of the Einstein Learning Center. Too funny...
Yeah, he looks like someone who like to abuse himself.
Well, I guess this means he will be going back to his first Career choice, Male Modeling.
When there’s not enough hate crime that the race baiters have to make their own you don’t have a racist nation.
Interesting that no party orientation is mentioned.
Pee Wee Hermano.
But you only have to look at his picture to see his other orientation...
There is obviously a crying need for more bonafide racists in this country. No man should be forced to perpetuate his own hate crime.
Was he also a guide for Lewis and Clark?
Red Badger posted from a different source with more information - recommended -
The KOMO news report shockingly doesn’t mention his party affiliate anywhere!
Shocked I tell you!
Umatilla County commissioner candidate Jonathan Lopez admitted this week he faked the hate mail he posted on his facebook page... filled with racist, homophobic and misogynist slurs... And Lopez said he served in the US Coast Guard. It was another lie and violation of the Stolen Valor Act.
"Sure, but in the current environment in Washington state, and given the history of systematic racism in this country, what he did wasn't that bad, in fact, it puts him in the running for next governor!"
Of course it’s a fake hate crime.. Leftists are the Biggest Racists Alive.. Even against themselves!
Adam shif’s younger brother?
Nothing to do with Washington State.
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