A campaign staff for David Garcia, Arizona democratic gubernatorial candidate, is seen here, came popped up to old tweets.
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The leading democratic candidate for Governor in Arizona, has reportedly accepted the resignation of a campaign staffer to a conservative blog revealed inflammatory tweets.
Xenia Orona, the digital director for the gubernatorial hopeful David Garcia. But after the last tweets showed up – some of several years, the campaign accepted her resignation, KPNX-TV reporter Brahm Resnik confirmed on Thursday evening.
ONLY IN the democratic candidate for Governor, David Garcia ‘s spox tells me,” campaign digital director “, offered her resignation, and the campaign has accepted it.” Says the campaign learned about tweets from @PJMedia_com history. #AZGOV https://t.co/m2AUdT7k1c
— BrahmResnik (@brahmresnik) August 10, 2018
In November 2012, on the day of the election, Orona allegedly tweeted, “An open letter to Arizona: F— you”, so a screenshot published by PJ Media. Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney, President Barack Obama beat Arizona in 2012, with more than 54 percent of the vote.
In another tweet, Orona, the US-a “s—hole country appeared to call.”
“I’m an entrepreneur and creative. I am a college graduate, the first of many in my family. I am involved in several campaigns to make Arizona a better place,” she said. “I am of the 5. Generation of cross-border workers between this [s—hole] of the country, and la Madre Tierra in Mexico.”
In January, President Trump has been accused of, to describe the African States as “s—hole countries.” Orona was released in a tweet, on Jan. 12, according to PJ Media screenshot.
In addition, it called for the elimination of the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement – a growing reputation among progressive Democrats, and said: “law and order, the wall of fog is, the bigots hide their hatred behind”, PJ Media.
Orona’s Twitter account was private.
Garcia’s campaign did not respond to a request for comment from Fox News. Resnik, said the campaign learned of the tweets from PJ Media posts.
Kaitlyn Schallhorn is a Reporter for Fox News. You can follow her on Twitter: @K_Schallhorn.