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So yesterday Scott Brown was all “I shit on those people supporting Elizabeth Warren, who’d lost loved ones to mesothelioma, who are totally paid actors, fuck them” and “in my ads we have real actual Scott Brown supporters or something, we don’t know we don’t want to have to look up the original story but it definitely was something like that”? WELL. A little peeksy at one such real-live Scott Brown supporter shows him calling the president a “faggot” and yammering on about Jews. Real people, so messy! First it’s his own high-up campaign staff doing tomahawk chops and sexy Injun war whoops, and now it is this racist cretin, whom he’s proudly featured as a Real Man for Brown! Has Scott Brown considered just using mannequins? Or maybe some cute little ducks?

On one post made in August, well before Brown’s ad appeared, the worker, George Patriarca, calls Warren a “DOUCHEBAG.” On another he labels the president a “faggot,” and on a third he says, “there is a Muslim in the White House.”

Patriarca appears in a Brown ad about Warren’s role in a lawsuit over health payments to asbestos workers who had fallen sick. The ad accuses Warren of fighting against those workers in court — a charge that her campaign has stridently rejected, and that the Boston Globe has said is “misleading.”

“I’m a union construction worker, and I find it incredibly offensive,” Patriarca says in the Brown ad of Warren’s alleged role in the lawsuit. “The average working man lost again.”

Anything else? Oh yeah, this!

“I attended Brandeis,” he says underneath one photo. “Jew U. Great school. the people, not so much. One thing I learned is that Jews have a persecution complex and they hate themselves. That is why I believe they vote for liberals.”

Cool supporters you have there, Scott Brown. Then again, it is Boston, so it’s possible it’s not your fault.


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