A Milwaukee man who posted a response to a former date after three years admitted that he loves to hate and arrest minorities browner than himself, according to a recent Facebook posting.
By H. Nelson Goodson
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.
March 19, 2016
Milwaukee, WI – Recently, Jestine Langlas posted on her Facebook account that she had a bad date about several years ago when she dated Jose Campos, who claimed in a recent posting that he enlisted in the U.S. Marines, was in the military police and became a Milwaukee police officer. Langlas posted a short story about her experience during the date about two years ago and noticed that Campos had a racist attitude at the time. She cut the date short and later told him how she felt about his racist attitude. But it took Campos at least three years to respond back to Langlas. He told her that he was enlisted in the Marines and became a Milwaukee police officer.
Campos admitted that he loves to hate and arrest minorities browner than himself, according to a post by Langlas. Well, someone contacted the Milwaukee Police Department and police confirmed that Campos was not an officer with the department.
Sergeant Timothy Gauerke from the Milwaukee Chief of Police Office responded to a Hispanic News Network U.S.A. (HNNUSA) inquiry as well about Campos and stated, “Jose Campos is not a Milwaukee Police Officer and I don’t see a record of him ever being one.”
Campos learned that Langlas posted his response on her Facebook account and it went viral due to his racist remarks about minorities. Campos is Hispanic as well.
Campos now claims he was drunk texting to another Facebook user that contacted him about his response to Langlas.
One thing for sure today, racist remarks are not tolerated by everyone as Trump attempts to portray in his campaign to spread hate rhetoric to gain votes for his quest to become the Republican candidate for president.