An Ohio mayor resigned on Saturday after accusations she repeatedly insulted a gay police officer came to light.
Mayor Mary McAngus of Pomeroy, Ohio, frequently discussed police officer Kyle Calendine’s sexuality with other department employees—referring to him as a “queer” and asking Police Chief Mark Proffitt what he was “going to do about” the new recruit. To his credit, Profitt responded “Nothing, because that would be discrimination,” and ultimately filed a statement with the village council about McAngus’ abhorrent behavior.
Profitt says McAngus stated “I don’t like a queer working for the Village, I might be old-fashioned, but I don’t like it.”
Maybe you can take up knitting or something, bitch.