Charlotte apparently has too many black people in positions of authority:
A large number of key positions in local leadership across Charlotte and Mecklenburg County are now held by African-Americans. The Queen City has an African American mayor, and the heads of the county commission and school boards are also black. For some of those positions, it is the first time someone who is black has held that job, but there is a new level of scrutiny coming from former North Carolina Governor Pat McCrory.
"I'm worried about the segregated aspects of Charlotte-Mecklenburg politics, and lack of diversity we might have," McCrory said.
Yes, that's right. He just used the term "segregated" to complain about not having enough white people running things. I can't even.