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Ag Commissioner Shares Facebook Post Advocating Bombing To Make 'Peace With The Muslim World'


Sid Miller's Facebook post, now deleted. - VIA THE DALLAS MORNING NEWS
  • Via the Dallas Morning News
  • Sid Miller's Facebook post, now deleted.

Texas Agriculture Commissioner Sid Miller shared a Facebook post Sunday night that supported bombing to “make peace with the Muslim world,” the Dallas Morning News reported today.

The picture, first posted to the Facebook page “The Patriots IV Drip 2,” stated: “Japan has been at peace with the US since August 9, 1945. It’s time we made peace with the Muslim World.”

Miller has deleted the post.

Miller, elected in 2014, has been on quite a roll since taking the ag commissioner post this year. His push to get cupcakes and deep fat fryers back into public schools has been well-documented. And he’s used thousands of dollars in campaign funds to decorate his office like some sort of menagerie of dead animals.

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