Trump service agency appointee resigns after anti-gay, racist, and sexist comments

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Carl Higbie, the now-former Trump administration official whose history of racist, anti-gay, and and anti-immigrant comments were revealed by CNN Thursday, is very sorry for everything he said, he tweeted Friday morning.

"Effective immediately, Carl Higbie has resigned as Chief of External Affairs at CNCS", said Samantha Jo Warfield, a spokesperson for CNCS, in a statement.

"The whole African-American thing gets me whipped up because it's like 99% - and I'm paraphrasing here - of people who write down African-American have never been to Africa", Higbie said in a January 2013 interview on Sound of Freedom.

Higbie declined a request for comment from The Hill. Higbie also reportedly stated that he supported shooting illegal immigrants crossing the border in the face and the acceptance of same-sex marriage destroyed "the moral fiber of our country", and he spoke about Sen.

Among saying things like he doesn't like Muslims, blatantly saying, "I don't like gay people".

On another podcast, Warrior Talk Radio he struck a similar chord again in 2014, according to the CNN report.

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Higbie also criticized the majority of veterans who say they suffer from PTSD, saying that most of them are either "milking" the system for money or lying about their conditions. They are screwed up in the head and it pisses me off'.

'I talk about this in my book, you know, I was, I was molested by a gay guy when I was a young kid and that kind of set the precedence for me, ' he said. Those words do not reflect who I am or what I stand for, I regret saying them. Big difference, ' " he said on the show.

Higbie, a staunch Trump supporter, made the comments as host of the internet radio program "Sound of Freedom".

Higbie worked as the spokesperson for pro-Trump super PAC Great America before the 2016 USA elections. Last night I informed the White House that I was resigning so as not to distract from POTUS' many successes. During one of his radio shows, the veteran said that post-traumatic stress disorder was "a trait of a weak mind".

"Now on the other hand, out of the 25 or so black people, only one, only one person, was actually cordial to me".

On yet another episode of "Sound of Freedom", Higbie said that Americans with guns should be able to shoot undocumented immigrants who attempted to cross into the United States at the border. "That is a insane person, and the fact that they're trying to hide it behind PTSD makes me want to vomit". "Congratuf'in'lations, you suck, Rhode Island". You want to be gay? "I just don't", he commented, probably not realising the world's axis does not spin on his likes and dislikes.