Policymakers in Arizona have gone to enacting racist policies full-throttle.
The city of Prescott, Arizona was funding a school mural that promoted children to ‘Go on Green.’ The children on the mural, depicted in various states of having fun for environmentalism, were taken from photos of actual students who attend the Miller Valley Elementary School. The mural looks like this and 1,500 people were happy with it and contributed to the effort:
However, the esteemed City Councilman Steve Blair posited a very important question.
In a broadcast last month, according to the Daily Courier in Prescott, Blair mistakenly complained that the most prominent child in the painting is African-American, saying: “To depict the biggest picture on the building as a Black person, I would have to ask the question: Why?”
Yeah the kid was Hispanic, but all darkies look to same to Racist City Councilman Steve Blair. Instead he wants the depicted children, the same children who literally go to the school every day and will walk past their own faces every day, lightened to avoid, as he calls it “some kind of diversity power struggle that doesn’t exist in Prescott, Arizona.”
Or wait, it’s the other way around and he’s causing a racial power struggle to fit his racist image of the city of Prescott. You can almost hear the “We don’t have trouble from the coloreds here” in his tone.
Why are there so many racist policymakers in Arizona? Says a lot of bad things about the people who elect them. Anyway, Mr. Racist Blair has redone the mural. It is much better now.