Kansas governor is among a number of officers calling for a white county commissioner to resign his position after he has been using the word "chiefmaster" long & He is talking to black councilors at a public meeting this week.
The commissioner, Louis Klemp of Leavenworth County, made the news on Tuesday as long as he was going to; criticizing the options for lands that Penelton Triveece provides, which works for an architecture and design company.
According to a video record of the meeting, Mr Klemp told Ms. Penelton: "I do not want you to think I'm getting up because we're part of the racemaster. You know your gap is a dent. You are the main clan. Never remember that. "
After the local news media commented on the ideas, officials, including the two other county commissioners, wanted to retire, Kansas City Star said. On Saturday, Jeff Colyer, Republican, moved the name of the list, saying in a statement that "a racist language and discrimination that has no place in our society, and especially when someone with an office public speaking. "
The idea of a "clan chief" is evident in the Nazi ideology. Union of Civil Liberties of Kansas He said in a Facebook post that Mr Klemp's ideas were "unusual".
But Mark Loughry, a Leavenworthshire administrator, just outside Kansas City, said that Mr Klemp's views were disaggregated and that nothing was to be done by Nazi.
Mr Loughry said Mr Klemp had been using the "master race" word several times a year to describe people with gaps in the face teeth, and his opinion on to & # 39; including both Penelton and himself.
Mr Klemp did not answer Saturday's message. No Ms. Penelton or Mr Loughry reaching for comment.
Mark Preiseer, Leavenworth's master, said on Saturday that Mr Klemp had "common equality" and showed no fragment. But almost everything was inappropriate. Mr Klemp said at an official meeting, Mr Preiseer said.
In November 2017, when the commission allowed holiday calendar, Mr Klemp began a monologue and lamented that some of the historical figures were now because they were slaves. "My great-grandfather was a slave," he said.
During his speech, Mr Klemp named Robert E. Lee, commander of the Confederate Army, "an incredible role in history" and questioned why Martin Luther King's birthday should be recognized when There was a day like George Washington. At the same meeting, he recognized today that he was Chief of the Day.
Mr Klemp also said that nobody would understand Lincoln's historic significance as the Confederacy did not win the Civil War, "that's all good, I think."
During his holiday conversation, he showed a calendar in front of him and said: "I did not see Oprah there. No, she's not there as a federal holiday."
Mr Reporter said that the "cousin master" is the last straw for many people. "It's embarrassing," he said. "It's a stain on our community."
Mr Klemp was not elected to his post but was elected by members of the county's Republican Party after the post office was appointed as retired, rett Rogers, chairman of his party. Mr Rogers said Mr Klemp had voted last year with one vote.
Mr did not. Rogers was voted for Mr Klemp – his wife also ran – but said he prefers Mr Klemp to not; retiring because his term is terminated in January.
He said he had been said to have been described as Mr Klemp's recent shoe. "That was taken in a completely different way," he said.