Skip to comments.Illinois 'Hate Crimes' investigator caught sending Tea Party hate mail
Posted on 09/07/2011 12:57:23 PM PDT by DFG
Question: When is hate not hateful? Answer: When it is committed by a leftwing investigator for the Illinois Department of Human Rights.
Last week, the Illinois Executive Ethics Commission tried to sneak in a pre-holiday disclosure: Alvin Forbes, Sr., an Illinois Department of Human Rights employee, was caught using his state-owned computer to send anti-Tea Party emails last November and given a verbal reprimand. A reprimand? Not a termination of employment for violating state ethics laws against political activity?
So what was the point of this phony wrist slap? Was it a coincidence that the Commission chose to post this news on its website a week prior to Labor Day the kick-off to the all-important 2011-2012 political season hoping few would notice? Strategically, they were correct; with the exception of a few news outlets, this story has gone unreported.
In November 2010, Forbes emailed a propaganda-filled diatribe targeting Glenn Beck and Gov. Sarah Palin, carping about a dastardly plan to take down President Obama and the government. Excuse me, Mr. Forbes, but the freedom to oppose a political philosophy you disagree with thats called democracy. Maybe youve heard of it?
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How typical of these cretins.
an Illinois Department of Human Rights employee,
Do all states have a Dept of Human Rights? There’s something you could cut for a quick savings.
I bet he gets a promotion.
The pro-Democratic e-mail urged readers to fight at the ballot box against a tea party political coup because these people hate blacks. They hate Latinos. They hate Muslims and have at times made many anti-Semitic statements. They hate gays. They hate any moderate Republican who might be likely to cooperate with Obama.
Chad Fornoff, executive director of the Executive Ethics Commission, said the violation was egregious enough to warrant publication on its web site. The commission can opt not to publish a case unless discipline includes several days suspension.
It’s an indication of where we’re headed unless we change things for real.
Illinois Department of Human Rights...I thought that’s what the constitution was for?
These people are evil and threats to the nation.
Is there a picture of this individual? If there is a picture can it be posted? Please remember that the study of physiognomy has survival value.
This is war................
If you use Facebook....put THIS ON IT!
They hate Latinos.
They hate Muslims
and have at times made many anti-Semitic statements.
They hate gays.
They hate any moderate Republican who might be likely to cooperate with Obama.
OK. I'll give that one to them. :-)
The Constitution gives equal rights to all people. A "Department of Human Rights" gives special rights to certain people.
No, that freedom is freedom, not democracy.
I bet Zero can find a place for him...
Yeah, this is sort of a “Dog Bits Man” sort of story.
Put his sorry butt in jail!!!!!!
"Egregious enough to warrant publication"? WTF does it have to be to warrant firing the bastard? Does he actually have to tell people to pull triggers?
Leftists better watch their sorry, hate-filled, lying butts - they're pushing for something that's worked all around the whole world, but it won't work here. And there's no longer anywhere for THEM to hide.