Rick Perry's DOE has named a new Director of Indian Energy, former Chiricahua Apache Nation Attorney General Brute Bradford. One whose Tweeting habits recall those of the Great White Chief:
The Washington Post says the former :
"faculty member... at the United Arab Emirates National Defense College , Bradford has been at the center of controversies in the past, these missives sent from his now-deleted Twitter account have not been previously reported. In an email on Thursday, Bradford acknowledged the Twitter account and apologized for his comments.
“As a minority and member of the Jewish faith, I sincerely apologize for my disrespectful and offensive comments,” he wrote to The Post. “These comments are inexcusable and I do not stand by them...
In 2015, he resigned from his post at West Point after writing an academic paper arguing the United States should threaten to destroy Muslim holy sites in war
“even if it means great destruction, innumerable enemy casualties, and civilian collateral damage.”
Bradford also called for legal scholars “sympathetic to Islamist aims” to be imprisoned or “attacked.” He dubbed such academics “critical law of armed conflict academy,” or CLOACA, which is also a term for the orifice out of which some animals defecate...
“I stand by my article,"
he wrote in an email to The Post at the time."