Skip to comments.Alaskan Human Rights Commissioners Resign over 1st & 2nd Amendment Scandal
Posted on 04/14/2019 12:34:39 PM PDT by marktwain
Marti Buscaglia, the head of the Alaska State Commission for Human Rights, became embroiled in a scandal involving a contractor, Brad Linegar, because of a political sticker. She and two Commissioners have resigned as a result.
On 14 March, 2019, she left a note on the windshield of Brad Linegar's work truck, using her business card, calling a pro-Second Amendment sticker offensive. The note was buttressed by the business card of the Chief Probation Officer for Region III in Alaska, Kendall Rhyne.
Then Buscaglia indicated the contractor should not park his truck in the parking lot. It has been reported she sent an email to the owner of the building, who had contracted with Linegar's business, Sage Mechanical, and asked the owner to do something about the company. From facebook.com
Sandie Roach The business card is one issue. The other is the email she sent to his client. As we haven't seen it, here is the jist
The client had received an email from Marti Buscaglia, the Executive Director of the Commission. According to Linegar, the email implied Linegar was a racist and asked the client to please do something about Sage Mechanical. The email also accused Sage Mechanical of performing substandard work and exercising poor judgement.
Alaskans were upset. It was a step too far to claim a pro-Second Amendment sticker was offensive and racist. It was unacceptable that the head of the Human Rights Commission
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These people are truly nuts. They have no principles, no shame. Hard to recognize this country for what it once was.
Let’s play “Guess the Political Party”.
Mr. Linegar appears to have been defamed and should take appropriate legal action. You know they sure as hell would.
As well they should. These Leftists are stupid, yet they know better than you.
I’ve urged the governor to eliminate this useless, wasteful commission. Note, this woman was suspended without pay for only 2 weeks, and then she just chose to resign. She said she was contemplating retirement anyway.
I hope to see the Governor speak in North Pole this coming Friday. If I get a chance, I’m going to ask him about it.
If a civil war breaks out in the U.S., I’m speculating that any @sshole who ever served on a “human rights commission” would do well to flee the country.
Seems like a prime opportunity to get rid of this commission.
Seems like they have both snow fall and snow flakes in Alaska.
Wait until summer when the ground is thawed.
That was a heck of a statement from Mr. Linegar.
It’s Alaska. Don’t these Democrats realize that sometimes you get the bear, and sometimes the bear gets you?
They don’t care about “human rights.”
I don’t understand why an extra-judicial judiciary is allowed to exist, in the first place.
If the bears are finished hibernating for the season, no need to wait for the ground to thaw.
Well,ILLary *did* get 10% of the vote in '16.Of course every single one of them were from members of "public sector" labor unions.
The left wing loon was a transplant from the left coast. They “fell in love with Alaska” while visiting apparently, then decided to live there and become a permanent affliction on the unfortunate natives.
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