Delaware unanimously dismisses ethics complaint against representative who called Asian women ‘ch*nk broads’
The Ethics Committee of the Delaware House of Representatives has unanimously voted to dismiss a complaint filed against Rep. Gerald Brady (D-Wilmington) for his use of an anti-Asian slur, saying he did not violate any law.
What he said: Brady, 65, used the derogatory term “ch*nk” in a June 27 email he had accidentally sent to a person advocating for the decriminalization of prostitution in Delaware. He reportedly intended to send it to a friend.
State Rep. Gerald Brady (D-DE) said he is not running for re-election next year after someone sent his private email containing an anti-Asian slur to the media last week.
The details: In his statement on Monday, Brady explains his recent actions make it difficult to provide the kind of representation all residents of the 4th District expect and deserve, according to WHYY.
Lauren Witzke, a former GOP senatorial candidate in Delaware, has targeted “third world” refugees, Muslims and a Pulitzer Prize-winning author in her tweets following her loss in the election.
Twitter tirade: The former GOP senatorial candidate took to Twitter to attack author Viet Thanh Nguyen after her loss to Democratic Senator Chris Coons during the Senate election in Delaware on Tuesday.