Councilor Feisty Trenton has the right to say what she thinks
Chances are, I wouldn’t have much in common politically with Trenton City Councilor Robin Vaughn. She espouses ideas that I do not agree with and would not vote for her as my representative.
Vaughn recently fell in hot water, once again, for her fiery words during a city council meeting with a member of the city administration.
She had the audacity to ask business administrator Adam Cruz, “Do you understand English?
Of course he does, and he speaks two more languages. Good for him. Because he is Hispanic, the question was considered offensive.
Governor and Chief Panderer Phil Murphy criticized Councilor Vaughn’s comments, saying xenophobia had no place in our speech. He also has no place in a problem and incident that has nothing to do with him or his guilty white progressive psyche.
Councilor Vaughn shouldn’t be forced to apologize or resign. Her future as a city councilor in her constituency should be and EST between her and the constituents in her constituency.
His style and language may be crude, but his passion and outspoken demeanor are almost a thing of the past in this false, politically correct, bogus and homogenized false social and political environment.
Like I said, I don’t agree with his politics, but I respect his passionate and aggressive style of getting the most out of his constituents. Even though some of her outbursts in the past may have been offensive and in bad taste, she should be allowed to speak out without the scathing reactions of the media and political thugs.
I wouldn’t vote for her, but I would definitely have a drink with her.
The above post reflects the thoughts and observations of New Jersey 101.5 talk show host Dennis Malloy. All opinions expressed are those of Dennis Malloy.
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