A Minnesota House Candidate advised voters that he desires their assist and that he desires to be their “ni**er,” in a video launched on Aug. 18., Newsweek experiences.
Kyle Greene, who identifies as African-American and Cherokee Indian, is working for the states House of Consultant seat in rural District 18A. He stated he launched the video to “unify as a society.”
“I’m not asking you to vote for me as your chief, I’m asking you to vote for me as your public servant,” Greene says within the video. “I would like to be your state consultant, I would like to be your public servant and I would like to be your ni**er.”
Greene, who’s working as an impartial, advised the Star Tribune that he used the N-word to individuals may listen to “actual points.”
“We’d like to unify as a society, and we’d like to cease coping with trivial issues,” he stated. “The phrase…is a part of the American historical past, whatever the race… It’s a part of my historical past being African-American, white and Cherokee Indian.”