With so much going on you may have missed this. The latest Administration official found to have previously undisclosed racist blog posts is the Policy Director of the CFPB. Follow ⁦⁩ for more details.
Trump anti-discrimination official once called most hate crimes hoaxes
A Trump administration appointee responsible for cracking down on discrimination in financial matters at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau used to claim that the great majority of hate crimes were hoaxes.
A senior Trump appointee responsible for enforcing laws against financial discrimination once questioned in blog posts written under a pen name if using the n-word was inherently racist and claimed that the great majority of hate crimes were hoaxes.
1/5 Breaking! Trump Official who is *supposed* to protect consumers from discrimination has history of racist writings. Looking at 's wholesale abandonment of its non-discrimination work it's not surprising.
A man who once questioned whether the “n” word was racist and who wrote that “hate-crime hoaxes are about three times as prevalent as actual hate crimes” should not be responsible for enforcing civil rights legislation. This is dangerous.
Must read reporting from , and ... Mulvaney's handpicked fair lending division chief once questioned if using the n-word was inherently racist and claimed that the great majority of hate crimes were hoaxes.
These blog posts are hateful, reprehensible and disgusting. Placing Eric Blankenstein in charge of fair lending was a serious moral and managerial failure, and he must go. -SB
Trump anti-discrimination official once questioned whether using the N- Words was racist.
strange that all these racists keep finding their way into the trump administration
It’s so weird how many Trump appointees seem to be so upset that they can’t say the n-word.
Trump anti-discrimination official, Eric Blankenstein, once called most hate crimes hoaxes, questioned whether using a racial slur would make someone 'racist' & argued such past statements have 'nothing to do with consumer protection law.' Yeah, ok...