Attorney Todd Kincannon former South Carolina Republican boss Tweets "trannies should be locked up"

This is a couple of days old but quite honestly I had bigger fish to fry than Todd Kincannon. Now its Kincannon's turn and the girdle is still hot. Good old boy Tod obligingly tweets his self right on in and cooks us up some old fashioned south Carolinian republican hate.... sorry about the stench.

It all began somewhere about here:

Kincannon's Linkedin profile says that he was a former executive director of the South Carolina GOP, but he fails to mention he was only in that position for three months before resigning.

Kincannon is truly small fry and hardly deserving anyone's attention especially since he told a disabled vet he wished he had come home in a body bag.

Kincannon defended this racist tweet on Huffpost live.

We can learn one thing from this. Do not allow yourself to be baited by the likes of lawyers Kincannon or Cathy Brennan. They both seek the same results, its just Kincannon admits to it. It's curious that ether are still practicing law given the American Bar Associantion's stand on transgender inclusion.

South Carolina's Bar Association policy on personal views:

Section 6.3 Personal Views of Mem­bers. Any member who, when making public ut­ter­ance, permits ­himself to be iden­ti­fied as having an offi­cial con­nec­tion with the Bar or one of its divisions, sec­tions, com­mit­tees, boards, task forc­es, or com­mis­sions shall, if the pol­i­cy of the Bar on the subject matter of the utterance has been de­ter­mined by the House of Del­e­gates or Board of Gov­er­nors, fairly state that pol­i­cy and, if he ex­press­es views at vari­ance with it, clear­ly identify the vari­ance as his per­son­al views only. If there has not been, or if he has no knowl­edge of, any such policy de­ter­mi­na­tion, he shall nev­er­the­less identify his ut­ter­ance as his per­son­al views.

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