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October 29, 2018


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"...you see a few reasons why it's important that people in the public eye don't use language that feed into radical beliefs and behaviors.... And that anyone who says that the ills of national politics don't exist in Howard County is either deceiving themselves or choosing to attempt to deceive the public."

This is coming from the person that recently called for Jon Weinstein's death because he endorsed Allan Kittleman. When are you going to apologize for those comments, or at least admit it was a really stupid thing to say considering everything going on in our country?


And not one person has come out to remind the public that it was Vicky Cutroneo that started several FB groups to make aware of the Dar Salaam 'school/mosque", and to fight it's existence. Sure Yungmann participated, as did many, but he didn't organize and administer the groups that opposed it. The many hateful comments have been archived. Yungmann's mailer was a definite dog whistle for those that remember.

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