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AK: Alaska Official’s Facebook Post About Gun Sticker on Parked Truck Draws Complaints
Submitted by: Corey Salo

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A social media post by an Alaska human rights official questioning the appropriateness of a sticker on the back of a truck reading "Black Rifles Matter" has caused an uproar, with Gov. Mike Dunleavy calling for an investigation.

Marti Buscaglia, executive director of the state Commission for Human Rights, said the truck was parked outside the commission's building in Anchorage.

She said she thought the sticker was racist and posted a picture Thursday on the commission's Facebook page asking, "In what world is this OK?"

Buscaglia said she used her business card to write a note that she placed on the truck hoping the owner would call her. The note asked that the truck with the "offensive" sticker not be parked in the lot.


 

Comment by: Stripeseven (3/18/2019)
Freedom of expression. Get used to it.. Nuts...
 

Comment by: xqqme (3/18/2019)
In a crazy world where carrying a sign that says "ALL LIVES MATTER", is also deemed racist, is it any wonder that some take offense at a sticker pointing out the fact that the exterior color of a rifle or handgun has nothing at all to do with its function or purpose. The easily offended should be removed from public office by the voters instead of placed into positions of authority where their emotion-laden illogic can cause harm to society's stability.
 

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