Putting the "ass" in class warfare:
The chairman of the Rowan County Housing Authority is under investigation for racially tinged online comments. As first reported by the Salisbury Post, Malcolm “Mac” Butner has been accused of writing Facebook posts that were derogatory toward African Americans, illegal immigrants, and protesters who are part of the Moral Monday Movement.
Those posts have proved a complaint to the Greensboro Field Office of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, and the Rowan County Board of Commissioners have also launched an investigation.
Racists like Butner don't just magically appear, they're generally outspoken about their twisted views since before they were old enough to drive a tractor (that's 8 years old, for you city folk). As such, it's a good bet at least one of the County Commissioners knew good old Mac was a throwback, and since his term ends just a few months from now, it's doubtful their "investigation" will amount to more than a few shaking heads. An apology? Hah! Don't hold your breath.