Was this really necessary? The man made a mistake, paid for it, and spent the rest of his life doing good. Plenty of other people have walked the same path but weren’t given the walk of shame by LNP after they passed.
A comment posted on Lancaster Online under the LNP story, “James B. Christian, co-founder of United Chem-Con, dies at 64,” (click here).
The commenter above is much more restrained than I am going to be. This is the most racist thing LNP has run in a long time! This was on this morning’s front-page in the print edition with “minority” in the opening sentence (see below). This is sheer racism and LNP doesn’t like “successful minority entrepreneurs!” No, that is exclusively for white folks in Lancaster County. We can’t have any blacks or Hispanics or Asians being successful entrepreneurs! Horrors!
Where is the NAACP? Where is the Lancaster City Human Relations Commission? When are they going to call out the unbelievably racist LNP and tell the public to boycott them?
* A quick note – if Tony Dastra and his team live-stream this meeting, I will report on it on Saturday. LNP reporter Tim Stuhldreher makes no mention in this article of Randy Patterson not having read Gene Aleci’s report and Aleci pointedly handing him a copy of it during Tuesday’s meeting.
Click here for, “City Council will meet Saturday, may reopen Water Street Mission warehouse demolition vote.”
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I found the below by “accident” when I did a search for the Lancaster City Police Department’s Twitter account. It’s amazing what you find on the internet and this woman made a public post she wants people to read so I’m posting it here: