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Transphobic post lands school board candidate Ladyman in hot water

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In a test of the maturity of anyone who happens across this story, Rockman School Board candidate Craig Ladyman has been exposed for posting violently queerphobic and antisemitic imagery online.Ladyman posted an image of four pride flags arranged to form a swastika pattern on Trump social media network Truth Social under the incredible username “@LadymanForLiberty”.

The candidate writes, “Like my new Pride flag?” (very respectfully capitalizing the “P” in “Pride”, of course).Appalled parents and voters sent the post along to Superintendent Steven Matthews, who says he shares in their outrage.“It makes me feel angry,” he tells Fox WXMI. “Certainly, a symbol like that represents the and represents divisiveness.

It’s a symbol that I don’t think represents who we are as a community, and anybody who would use it I don’t think represent who we are as a community.”Related: This school district banned Pride flags, but the local Gay Mafia™ isn’t giving them up without a fightIn addition to the bastardization of the Pride flag, the invoking of nazi imagery is deeply unsettling to community members.Rabbi David Krishef, a leader at the Ahavas Israel congregation in neighboring Grand Rapids, explains to WXMI the harm that sentiments like Ladyman’s pose.“It cheapens the Holocaust, it cheapens the suffering,” he says. “It’s a misuse of the imagery, it’s a misuse of the language.“No matter what’s going on in this country, whether you’re coming from the right wing being afraid of what the left wing are doing or vice versa, we are not rounding people up wholesale and consigning them to concentration camps and death camps.

But that’s what the Nazi imagery evokes.”Related: Wisconsin school board bans staff from listing their pronouns on.

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