Republican candidate ‘loves’ Trump for ‘putting self-righteous fa**ots in their place
A candidate for the Massachusetts state Senate is non-apologetic for his love of Trump.
MSNBC’s All In With Chris Hayes pointed out during a broadcast last week that Trump had complained to the Native American affairs subcommittee in 1993 that some reservations did not deserve to receive gaming licenses because “they don’t look like Indians to me.”
Ted Busiek, who is running for Massachusetts Senate, responded on Saturday by lauding Trump’s remarks.
“DONALD TRUMP. Putting self-righteous faggots in their place since 1993. How I love this fellow,” he wrote.
— All In w/Chris Hayes (@allinwithchris) July 1, 2016
Busiek later insisted to State House News Service that he did not use the word “faggot” in a “hateful sense.” The candidate said that term was used to show that the congressman questioning Trump was “obnoxious” and “kind of being a jerk.”
“It’s hard for me to get exercised over naughty words,” he explained. “You can insult somebody without being hateful.”