Carl Higbie, Trump Appointee Of Federal Agency, Resigns Over Racist, Homophobic Remarks

Carl Higbie with Donald Trump posing for the release of his book

On Thursday Higbie, who was appointed by Trump as the chief of external affairs for the Corporation for National and Community Service, the federal government's volunteer service organization, resigned from his position.

Carl Higbie was the chief of external affairs in the Corporation for National and Community Service (CNCS), but lasted less than six months at his job.

CNCS spokesperson Samantha Jo Warfield, however, declined to comment on the circumstances that led to Higbie's resignation.

Higbie also advocated for punishing immigrants who cross the border between USA and Mexico by shooting them "in the face" and said, "I don't like gay people".

Higbie, a former Navy SEAL and a surrogate for Trump during the 2016 presidential campaign, was found to have made several racist and inflammatory remarks during his time as the host of the radio program "Sound of Freedom", on Internet talk radio several years ago.

Talking on a similar show in 2013, Higbie said dark ladies think "rearing is a type of government work", Kaczynski underscored. He added that taxpayers "are exhausted of supporting government checks going to these people who think that breeding is a form of employment", CNN reported.

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The 34-year-old former Navy SEAL is also a failed Congressional candidate, running unsuccessfully in CT four years ago. "Big difference.' And they were like, 'Well, you're racist.' I was like, 'Fine, if that's the definition of it, then I guess I am'". I don't like them.

"People who perform violent acts and blame it on PTSD, you know, people who act crazily behind PTSD, is because they have a weaker mind", Higbie said. Now, mind you the ad was for free firewood, come take it all you want. I don't care for them.

Outrageous as it may sound; Higbie reportedly said that cases where PTSD-afflicted service members "were legitimately blown up", were "completely understandable". "That is a insane person, and the fact that they're trying to hide it behind PTSD makes me want to vomit".

At another point, Higbie stated, "The whole African-American thing gets me whipped up because it's like 99 percent - and I'm paraphrasing here - of people who write down African-American have never been to Africa". I'm sorry if black people are the majority of the targeted audience.

Higbie also expressed a strong will to smack together the heads of California Democrat Sen. "I'll volunteer to go down there and stand on that border for, I don't know, a week or so at a time and that'll be my civil duty".

"I mean, you are breaking the morals, the moral fibre of our country".

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