DOT says NOPE, so the KKK won’t get to adopt a stretch of highway after all. I’m still surprised that the International Keystone Knights of the KKK didn’t bid on a stretch of road in White County. Instead, they chose Union County, Georgia, of all places.
And Keystone Knights? Really? Did you have conjure up silent-movie era incompetence? Back then, the Klan ruled the road in many states.
Actually, I wouldn’t mind the Klan picking up litter along Georgia roads, so long as they wore their orange jumpsuits while they did it.
Money quote: “The Imperial Wizard insisted that the Klan does not commit criminal acts and that ‘everybody has a past they want to forget about.'”
Fergit, hell. Read Brambleman.
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