*It’s not exactly new news, but racism is still very much alive in America.
Nothing can illustrate that more than a recent letter sent to the black city manger of Sandford, Florida, Norton Bonaparte. It came from a 71-year-old retired urologist named Gary K. Keats who lives in Clearwater, Fla.
The letter, which is public record, addresses the treatment afforded the currently suspended police chief, Bill Lee, reports TheGrio. It faults those considered as villains, according to Lee’s defenders: Rev. Al Sharpton, Rev. Jesse Jackson, and the country’s African-American attorney general, Eric Holder.
“Dear City Manager Bonaparte,” Keats’ letter begins. “The racist travesty that took place in Sanford should not be laid to rest and the city should not move on until there is a thorough condemnation of the Rabid Racist Ni**ers and their organizations, along with the irresponsible media, that formed a treasoneous [sic], anti-American, vigelante [sic] feeding frenzy race riot. Ni**ers like Jesse Jackson, Al Sharpton, Eric Holder, and that dancing baboon of the New Black Pu***es should be in jail, preferably shot.”
Yes, Keats stands by every word. And he sees no irony in sending a letter decrying what he considers black racism toward George Zimmerman and Bill Lee, and sprinkling that letter with terms like “baboons” and the n-word.
Keats told TheGrio he used the n-word “just to get the point across that these people want to play the racist game, and see how they like it, playing it back. I think the whole thing is pretty disgusting, but apparently our beloved attorney general, Eric Holder, they think nothing of accusing everybody else of racism but when it comes to there actions everything is fine and wonderful.”
So does he really consider the attorney general to be a ni**er?
Get the answer and read/learn more at TheGrio.