Portland Area Liberal Lawmakers Send Post-Election Condolence Letter

Not much to say about this except that the Multnomah County Commissioners’ heads are wedged so far in their deep, recessed ‘brains’  they don’t understand  there’s a huge contingent out there who are not disconsolate at all that Trump is president.

Photo Credit: Twitter
Photo Credit: Twitter

The letter reads:

A Statement from the Board of County Commissioners

Yesterday, our Multnomah County Crisis Line received calls from people distraught about the election and afraid of losing benefits, resources and their jobs. Others are anxious because they were born in another country and came here to escape war, political persecution or economic distress. Still others fear that there will be a resurgence of institutional racism and exclusion.

As the Board of Commissioners, we want to acknowledge those concerns and say that we are committed to the pursuit of a more equitable, inclusive and fair community. Multnomah County welcomes and serves residents and visitors without regard to race, origin, religious, income, gender, sexual orientation or immigration status. 

And it was signed by Deborah Kafoury, Jules Bailey, Loretta Smith, Judy Shiprack, and Diane McKeel.

Color us stunned that a Klingon translation was not provided to the voting public.