Danita Kilcullen (pictured here in her 2011 police mug shot lol) is the co-founder of the Fort Lauderdale Tea Party. Earlier this month, she warned in a poorly-written email that if the Employment Non-Discrimination Act becomes law, it would force employers to “hire someone with orange hair, body/neck/face covered with tattoos, multiple piercings, or a man in a dress … or for that matter, a demonstrative effeminate male or purposeful butch-looking female.” Or maybe even someone with a scary mug shot and bowl cut!
The email was sent in the beginning of November, when ENDA was coming up for a vote in the senate before stalling. It was leaked to the press earlier this week.
Kilcullen also called Log Cabin Republicans a “thug organization with only their own ‘special interests’ in play.” Has she met any of these suit wearing queens?
Kilcullen has been active in her local Tea Party chapter since 2009. In 2011, she was arrested and booked into a county jail for drunkenly kicking a police officer in the chest with a three-inch stiletto.
Earlier this year, Kilcullen was accused of being a racist when she responded to a tweet written by R&B singer Toni Braxton regarding the acquittal of George Zimmerman in the murder of Trayvon Martin.
“I too am embarrassed to be an American when our government and society fail to empower and protect all people,” Braxton had tweeted.
In response, Kilcullen took to her personal Facebook account: “Yo, girl, you can’t take America’s justice system? Go be an African!!”
She later claimed her Facebook account had been hacked by “a gay Republican.”