Boner of the Day

Boner Fight for July 9th, 2020

Boner Candidate #1: SURE HE’S A RACIST, BUT HE’S OUR RACIST.

When Brandon Sicilia was named the police chief of Price City last July, some residents of the small Utah town were “horrified.” While the 47-year-old law enforcement official had spent over two decades serving the Carbon County city of 8,715 residents, he also had a history of posting vile, racist comments on Facebook. “Ol’ Busta, once again demonstrated the prime example of a Typical coward N—er. BTW: I don’t use the term much… But, when I do, It’s equivalent to one satanic S.O.B,” Sicilia wrote in a 2016 post, obtained by The Daily Beast, that didn’t censor the N-word. In a Nov. 30, 2016, post, the future chief went after former President Barack Obama, posting a pro-police meme with the comment, “Probably served a lil swine salad to the kid for lunch, as well… oh that’s right, their [sic] both Muslim, so they don’t like “pigs” AKA: Cops.”

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Boner Candidate #2: YOU VOTED THESE GUYS INTO OFFICE.

House Speaker Brad Wilson and Senate President Stuart Adams state the idea of a mask mandate raises questions about enforcement and punishment. “As legislators, we are working to strike a balance between policies that protect public health and citizens’ rights,” Adams stated. Wilson said a mask mandate would apply the same policy to heavily populated areas as sparsely populated ones where there are different rates of COVID-19 infection. Both legislators stated the believe Utahns should wear masks voluntarily, and plan to lead by example by masking up themselves. Wilson and Adams met with Gov. Gary Herbert the day after the Utah Hospital Association sent a letter to the three of them asking for a statewide mask mandate. The association cited support from Utah businesses and date showing that mass mask-wearing can reduce the spread of the virus. The Utah Department of Health reported the highest ever single day total of COVID-19 cases on Wednesday, and health officials have expressed repeated concerns that if daily case counts don’t lower, the state’s hospitals could be overwhelmed with virus patients.

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