The Miami-Dade Fire and Rescue Department opened an investigation into a racist post on one of its captains’ Facebook page. According to The Grio, Brian Beckmann, a captain in the Miami-Dade fire department, posted a rant on his Facebook page suggesting that Trayvon Martin shooter George Zimmerman was unjustly accused and that Martin’s killing can be blamed upon poor parenting by “urban” parents who are “welfare dependent”.
Naah, people don't read Facebook or anything. Your lousy racist screed? Nobody will see it. You know, except for possibly anyone on Facebook. Or on the internet. But what are the odds of that, right?
So, we'll be in the "public apology" phase by the end of the day, followed by the "suspension pending investigation" phase, the "close-minded PC Libtards are afraid of the truth!" phase and eventually the "hope people have forgotten about it/quietly reinstated" phase, when it will all be repeated by the next bigoted slimebucket who wants to "tell the truth" about those people, just like it's been going on for the last four years now in the spotlight and long since before out of it.
But what do I know, I'm just a ghetto hoodie hood rat with shitbag parents. Bonus points for packing in misogyny, class warfare and the media too, and it's even spelled correctly. Hey, that's why he made Captain, right?
I also see that Charles Pierce goes Level 3 Super Combo on this one and crushes it out of the park.
The hell of it all is, I am not surprised by anything anymore, except for the stubborn stupidity of people who believe that anything they post on Facebook, or tweet around the Twitterverse, is in anyway private. It's like those politicians who affect shock when they discover that the camera's on, or that the tape recorder actually works.
One might be forgiven for thinking after the 4067th time or so, that they feel confident enough in the "It pisses off the libtards!/You'll fail upwards!" outcome probability that they're doing it on purpose now.