Nutjob candidate Jack Davis ("D") is at it again. The wild-eyed billionaire industrialist and frequent loser has most recently caught flak for making some, uh, unique observations about immigration:
Congressional candidate Jack Davis, in a speech earlier this year, warned that increasing immigration from Mexico could lead to a new civil war between northern states and Mexican-influenced Southern states that may want to secede from the United States.
"In the latter part of this century or the next, Mexicans will be a majority in many of the states and could therefore take control of the state government using the democratic process," Davis said in the speech. "They could then secede from the United States, and then we might have another civil war." [...]
"They have an allegiance to Mexico, where they were taught the U. S. fought an unjust war with Mexico and took this territory," Davis said. "They believe the territory of these states belongs to Mexico."
This blunder, which occurred in March (according to the Buffalo News), was first posted by The Albany Project's Robert Harding in April, but has only recently caught the attention of the tradmed. Davis is now predictably distancing himself from his earlier remarks, but it's perhaps too late. You can't put the crazy juice back in the bottle, Jack.
Let's pray that this nutter doesn't successfully buy the Democratic nomination for this open seat.