Minnesota Majority scrubs race-baiting imagery from website
Gone is the black felon, in his place now stands a Canadian valley girl.
Minnesota Majority received a lot of free publicity yesterday because of a race-baiting banner illustration on its website, but today the pro-voter ID group decided that wasn't the type of publicity they want to receive.
The controversial banner illustration has been removed and replaced with a "politically correct version for the hypersensitive."
Here's the before and after comparison:
Gone is the dude with the mariachi costume and the black felon. In their place is some sort of... valley girl Canadian?
No ghosts, superheroes, or zombies have yet contacted us to let us know how they feel about being singled out as fraudulent voters.
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