Suspected white supremacist and Arizona official Ally Miller goes into hiding after being caught promoting white pride on Facebook.
The Pima County Supervisor is missing in action after inflammatory remarks she made on Facebook went viral immediately after the deadly white nationalist rally in Virginia last week.
According to reports, the GOP official refused to attend Monday’s Board of Supervisors meeting in Arizona after she was caught declaring her “white pride” on Facebook.
Hours after the white nationalist rally and violence that rocked Charlottesville, Virginia, Miller wrote on her Facebook page:
I’m sick and tired of being hit for being white. It is all about making us feel like we need to apologize. I am WHITE — and proud of it! No apologies necessary.
Apparently Miller skipped the Board of Supervisors meeting because she was afraid of facing her angry constituents. Tucson Weekly reports:
Miller was expected to get roasted during the Call to the Audience segment of the meeting after her Facebook comments earned widespread condemnation outside of her immediate circle of flying monkeys.
However, even though Miller is currently in hiding, she is apparently plotting against her critics. Raw Story reports Miller is requesting information on all public employees commenting on her “white pride” Facebook post:
Miller has also submitted a Freedom of Information Act request for all phone, computer and social media records from all 7,000 public employees. She seeks “any and all copies of verbal and written communications, including but not limited to emails, social media accounts, phone calls and letters from anyone; including members of the public, all county employees, County administrator, any and all elected officials, communications department employees, County attorney office employees, as well as each and every one of the Board of supervisors members related to the request for the opinion you just issued regarding my comments on a Facebook post.”
In addition to being a suspected white supremacist, Miller is also a deplorable religious extremist who believes conservative Christian parents should have the right to force their children into controversial and dangerous gay conversion therapy. Earlier this year, Miller voted against a ban on the despicable practice, claiming parents should have the right to demean and abuse their gay children via the discredited therapy. However, common sense and decency prevailed, and a majority of the Pima County Supervisors voted against Miller and in favor of the ban on gay conversion therapy.
Bottom line: After promoting “white pride” on her Facebook page, Pima County Supervisor Ally Miller is now in hiding.