Black Politician Tells Constituents To Go To Hell
Tuesday’s Dallas County Commissioner’s Court meeting erupted into an argument between Commissioner John Wiley Price and a citizen, ending with Price saying “go to hell” repeatedly.
The exchange started during the public speaking portion of the meeting, which happens after the commissioners have gone through their weekly agenda.
Six citizens addressed the court. All of them talked about the recent controversial departure of county Elections Administrator Bruce Sherbet. Sherbet, who was the Elections Administrator for 24 years, said he felt Price and Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins forced him out.
The last public speaker at Tuesday’s meeting, Jeff Turner, began by stating that he would refer to “a certain member of the court” — Price — as “the chief moolah of Dallas County.”
Court rules state that public speakers may not address individual commissioners by name.
As Turner spoke, he continued to call Price “chief moolah.” Price interrupted Turner several times, yelling at him, “don’t call me chief moolah” and “call me by my name.”
Turner continued speaking, ignoring Price’s ongoing interruptions.
When Turner finished, Price looked at him and the five other citizens who addressed the court. Price said to them, “All of you are white. Go to hell!”
Price repeated “go to hell” three more times. An unknown member of the audience said, “You should be ashamed!”
“I’m not ashamed!” Price answered. “I’m not ashamed! Go to hell!”
Good luck finding this story in the nationwide Dinosaur Media… but you know what would happen if a white politician said, “All of you are black! Go to hell!” It’d be a Dinosaur feeding frenzy!