In a mostly incoherent press release rife with misspellings and grammatical errors, Tennessee's Republican Governor Bill Haslam was roundly criticized by his own party's county chairmen for the governor's appointment of "a number of intelgent(sic) well edgukated(sic) queers, Niggroes(sic), and feriners(sic)."
Kevin Kookogey (no kidding), Williamson County Chairman noted that the appointment of Samar Ali, a Muslim lawyer, to head the international division of the state's economic development office was "totaly(sic) unforgiveable(sic) mostly because she is an attorney, but also because she is an Arab terorrist(sic)."
In fact Ms. Ali is a native Tennessean, White House fellow and the first Muslim president of Nashville, Tennessee's Vanderbilt University student body whose appointment was recommended by the son of former Republican Presidential candidate, Tennessee Senator Lamar Alexander. In her government position, she helps Muslim owned corporations structure deals to avoid Sharia Law's ban on interest.
Kookogey believes she is using her position to funnel funds via Muslim corporations to "other attorneys here and terorrist(sic) elments(sic) in ferin(sic) cuntries(sic) like Kenya."
The press release also referred to the governor's "eggregious"(sic)conduct in appointing "Nashville queers and Niggroes" to important state positions that could "just as easily have been filled by red blooded died(sic)-in-the-wool Tennesseans... The rich histerectomy(sic) of our great county includes the Scopes monkey trial in which a Nashville queer like your apointees(sic) was convicted of spreading EVolution(sic)," the partially unintelligible critique may have concluded.
The governor's office had not returned our phone call seeking comment by press time, though we did receive a text indicating the governor was seeking "clarification."