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A former federal prosecutor, Steven Mulroy, and former House committee counsel, Chris Staszak weigh-in.
A Jersey City Board of Education member, will be faced with calls to resign by Gov. Phil is in the House, and the lord mayor of the city, after writing a Facebook post with the description of Jews as “cattle” in the wake of last week’s mass shooting at a kosher grocery store.
Joan Terrell Paige’s post, ask, or without, David Anderson, and She She did have a point to make in pointing to the Jews, it came about as a response to another person’s comment on the Dec. 10 in the fatal attack on the HOUSE and Kosher Grocery store that left one police officer and three civilians dead. It seems to have been removed from Facebook, but it has been stored in the screenshots below.
“Where was all this faith and hope, as Black homeowners were threatened, intimidated, and harassed by, and I’d like to BUY YOUR HOUSE of brutes, in the jewish community as a whole?” Terrell Paige was writing. “She’s sassy, came to the property of the District, F-black, home owners, and swayed by money.”
Later on in the post, Terrell, Paige says, “that’s Mr. jones, and Ms. Graham went directly into the kosher supermarket,” and “I think they knew they were going to come out in the body bags.
“What is the message they were sending?” she asks. “We have to be brave enough to explore the answer to the e-mail? We have to be brave enough to stop the attack on the Black communities of the united states?”
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She concludes the post by saying that, “my people deserve respect and to live in peace in this town,” adding “I am speaking as a private citizen and not as a member of the Jersey City Board of Education, these views are mine and mine alone.”
Joan Terrell Paige, a school board member, called for his resignation this week after a controversial Facebook post in the wake of last week’s Jersey City and a mass shooting. (The Jersey City Public Schools.
Terrell Paige’s comments were quickly met with criticism from the top, elected officials and fellow board members.
“I saw it, and I am saddened by the ignorance of her comments, a protest,” Jersey City Mayor Steven Fulop posted on Twitter. “Her comments are not representative of the Jersey City, the feeling in the community at all.”
In a later post, Fulop said: “it is my opinion that she should resign.”
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Gov. Phil Murphy is also known for Terrell Her to step down.
“We will not tolerate anti-semitism and hatred in our communities,” the Democrats said in a tweet. “In light of Ms. Terrell Paige’s comment, I would urge her to immediately resign from the Jersey City Board of Education.”
Board of Education President, Sudhan Thomas said to the Associated Press, in a statement by e-mail, which She does not reflect the views of the council, and it is not for you. She was elected to the board of directors in the previous year.
“There is no room for any form of hate or bigotry, in Jersey City,” Thomas said.
The casket of Jersey City Police Detective Joseph Seals, of the church, during his funeral in Jersey City, N. J., on Tuesday. The 40-year-old married father of five, was killed in a confrontation a week ago, the Jersey City shooters, then drove to a kosher market and killed three people before dying in a prolonged gun battle with the police. (AP)
The authorities have said that the attack was motivated by anti-Semitic and anti-law enforcement attitudes. To the public, are appointed by the government as well as mr. Anderson, 47, and Graham, 50, was interested in the black fringe group called the Black Hebrew Israelites.
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The police also recover from, they say it could be linked to suspects; Laura Ingle reports.
In an e-mail to The Associated Press on Tuesday, Democratic state Assemblywoman, Angela McKnight, who represents Jersey City and has lived in the area of the city where the attacks took place, called the remarks “clearly insensitive and inappropriate.”
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“There is a time and a place for everything,” McKnight said in a statement. “I don’t understand is that there are tensions between particular communities on the property, but this is not the time for this conversation. This past week, have been killed in a brutal assault in our community. In this time of sorrow, and the people, in order to rest, I pray that we will allow families, with the respect to grieve.”
Terrell Paige, on Wednesday, in the morning, did not look at her comments from the public.
The Associated Press contributed to this report