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A Texas official Sid Miller refuses to apologize for a shared post on Facebook, which suggested that an atomic bomb should be dropped on "the Muslim world." The Texas Department of Agriculture claimed Miller did not personally share the post, but simply reposted it. The Facebook post by Texas Agriculture Commissioner depicts a mushroom cloud, saying Japan has "been at peace" with the United States since the U.S. dropped two atomic bombs on Japan in August 1945.
The post's caption goes on to state, "It's time we made peace with the Muslim world." The post appeared on Miller's page during the weekend, but was removed on Monday, Associated Press reported.
originally posted by: occrest
It's just a picture...
On Facebook, non the less...
If you don't like it, keep scrolling.
If you don't want to see it, there is an arrow in the upper right corner you can click...
Select "I don't want to see this"
originally posted by: Simmderdown
a reply to: jude11
I dont find it near as offensive as the videos ISIS and others post cutting off the heads of people who are gay, Christian, not muslim enough or not muslim at all, or setting them on fire, or shooting them and kicking them into mass graves, or selling women into sex slavery in the market.
YOu know the REAL stuff
Please leave the forum, as we don't have room for bigots. Anywhere