The woman who gave Chris Hayes a helluva nutty interview at the Bundy Ranch siege in 2014, keeps the hits coming. Nevada Republican Assemblywoman, Michele Fiore, who thinks cancer can be flushed out with salt water, and 'young, hot little girls on campus' should be armed on dates (and rape will end), wants us to know that she's on the wrong side of absolutely every issue. This former Brooklyn resident thinks that the Confederate Flag is part of our history, and it should not be taken down, no matter how much pain it causes.
In a solicitation email, that also promised to cut taxes, Fiore wrote:
"The flag is trivial item that represents a part of our history, but it's just that, OUR HISTORY! You can't pick and choose which parts of our history you want to remember because without all of it, the good and the bad, we would not live in the USA we know today."
On her website, she writes a polemic essay about the Dukes of Hazzard non-troversy.
And she makes a promise:
Warner Brothers has stopped production of all merchandise bearing the Confederate flag, including replicas of the General Lee from Dukes of Hazzard. The show has also been pulled from TV, after running for 36 years because the Confederate flag is painted on the General Lee....
Next week I’m going to find the General’s Lee’s horn and have it installed in my truck. Click here to listen to the horn.
Leave it to a gun-crazed, soft-porn starring, teabagging harpy to endorse a flag that is totally irrelevant to her because, as a Republican, she must oppose logic, sanity and ethics at all costs. It pains me to live in a city that elected this woman. But, maybe Las Vegas will wake up soon and unseat this woman. At least, one can dream.