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Monday, February 22, 2021

Tennessee library worker accused of burning Trump book fired

CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. (AP) — A Tennessee public library employee who helped organize protests against police brutality has been fired after he was accused of burning library books by conservative authors. 

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  1. Set his ass on fire, literally, torch his ass
    JD

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  2. No name of the book burner. Could it have been done by a Smoked Irishman?

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    1. The Chattanooga Times Free Press reports that the Chattanooga Public Library says in a statement that Cameron Williams "violated City and Library policies by improperly removing items from the Library's collections." Middle name "Dequintez".

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  3. Why wasn't this assehole beaten

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  4. Imagine if someone burned books by black authors. Feces would hit the air mover.

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    1. Imagine if someone went through the trouble of finding some of those books!

      Thank you, try the veal!

      I hereby denounce myself.

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  5. They have names and addresses. Call on the Orkin Man hes good at getting rid of pests.

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  6. Well he looks happy.
    https://www.chattanoogan.com/2021/2/10/423106/Protest-Leader-Cameron-Williams-Fired.aspx
    MadMarlin

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  7. Well if he can't read 'em, he might as well burn 'em, right?

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  8. In addition to losing his job he should be fined treble damages for the library's cost of the books he destroyed. One year in the county lockup optional.

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  9. Apparently he worked in the library as he struggled to use the internet (according to Biden).
    I have a secret video of him to prove it:
    https://youtu.be/kmAAc89khIY

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  10. Obviously no student of history.

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  11. That is how Germanys downfall started: first they burned books, then they burned human beings. The book burnings happened soon after the election of Adolf Hitler as Chancellor of the German Empire. By the way, his rise to power was entirely legal; he did not have to steal any votes.
    If you see any parallels here then that is just your own private perspective. Go on, nothing to see here.

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    1. According to what I have read, Adolf Hitler was never elected as Chancellor of Germany. The National Socialists gained a plurality (not a majority, a plurality) in the Reichstag (the German Parliament). As leader of the party, Hitler was *appointed* Chancellor by President Von Hindenburg.

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