Minnesota House candidate uses n-word to describe himself in campaign ad

Minnesota House candidate uses n-word to describe himself in campaign ad
Kyle Greene (Image: Facebook video screen grab)

[Ed. – He is in possession of the magic race code ring that makes this not racist.]

Kyle Greene, an organic farmer running for a state House seat in Minnesota, used a racial slur in a campaign ad released earlier this month.

“I want to be your state representative, I want to be your public servant and I want to be your N-word,” Greene said in a video posted on his campaign website and Facebook page.

Greene made the comments at the end of a video in which he addresses the camera, asking for the support of voters in Minnesota’s District 18A, where he is running as an independent.

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The video had been viewed over 10,000 times on Facebook as of Thursday afternoon.

Greene told The Minneapolis Star Tribune that he used the racist slur because he wants citizens in the state to focus on “the real issues at hand.”

“We need to unify as a society, and we need to stop dealing with trivial matters,” Greene told the Tribune.

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