ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — A billboard on Clovis’ South Prince Street is turning heads and turning off some residents with what they see as racially insensitive wording, the Clovis News Journal reported.
The billboard’s message reads: “Who cares about a few hundred … MurderedMexicans.org.”
The message is vague but it is grabbing the attention of passersby, which is the point, according to the Texas man who paid to put the billboard up, the News Journal said.
Charles Abernathy, 47, an oil field truck driver from Houston, told the News Journal the website is a grassroots effort to hold those responsible for the Fast and Furious operation in which a Border Patrol agent was killed as well as “murdered Mexicans” — hundreds killed by weapons supplied to Mexican cartel leaders through a botched Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives sting.
“I’m sure some people are offended,” Abernathy told the paper. “I think if they use that and end up doing research over the issues … This is what I’m trying to accomplish; people don’t know about this and now they do.”
Janet Napalitano, DHS
Eric Holder, US Atty General
Robert Muller, FBI
Barak Hussein Obama, POTUS
Even though I never sold any guns to the bad guys, I'll be called the Racist for using "Inflammatory" language.
Would not the real racism exist with those who engineered, implemented, and then continued, this horrific operation?
...imagine that the bad guys took your 14 year old daughter/niece/sister and sold her into sexual slavery?