Michael Bullerdick was already a controversy, being a white man in charge of a black woman’s magazine, reports Journal-isms. But he pushed the envelope when he posted some right wing political message on his social media page.
A reader took screen shots of his Facebook page (see below), which read on April 10: “No Voter Fraud, Mr. Attorney General?” touting a video by James O’Keefe, the conservative activist who worked with right-wing trickster Andrew Breitbart. The same day, Bullerdick shared a photo illustration of Al Sharpton headlined, “MSNBC Race Pimp.”
He also recommended his followers to the right wing website, townhall.com.
As a result, the magazine relieved Bullerdick of his position.
Read the full story at Journal-isms.