Cleveland County reserve deputy’s Facebook post about LGBTQ community causing controversy

KFOR.com | 8/12/2017 | Ian Smith
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CLEVELAND COUNTY, Okla. – A social media post allegedly made by a Cleveland County Sheriff’s deputy is creating backlash among minority groups.

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“The new generation is filled with lib tards, transvestites, gays and sissies who need a safe room,” the post said.

The post was made by Ken Coartney on Facebook and we confirmed with Cleveland County that he is a reserve deputy.

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“It’s hateful language. I mean, I think he, especially being in a community where he’s surrounded by students in Norman, I think it’s just unfathomable that he would use this kind of language to insult...
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