Take Todd Kincannon’s latest warfare against Texas state Sen. Wendy Davis, for example. From his tweets on January 23:
Wendy Davis has done more to damage modern feminism than Monica Lewinsky playing Human Humidor with Bill Clinton in the Oval Office.
The best thing about the Wendy Davis fiasco is this: It proves that you can still call a whore a whore. Feminazis ain’t won yet, my friends.
Wendy Davis has solved America’s student loan crisis! Just find a dumbass to pay off your loans in exchange for sex.
Although the newspaper later issued corrections, Kincannon joined right-wing media, including Rush Limbaugh and Erick Ericson, as well as even the Texas GOP, in continued distribution of the false information, although with his trademarked vulgarity.
This was only the latest for Kincannon, though. He’s already well-known for issuance of juvenile jokes through this Twitter account.
In October 2013, he attacked transsexuals:
I have plenty of compassion for trannies. They should all be locked up in mental institutions and their care paid for by the state.
Has it occurred to you that you can be a paralyzed veteran and a stupid d--- at the same time?
Is the 49ers QB a melungeon, marabou or quadroon? I can’t tell.
This Super Bowl sucks more d--- than an adult Trayvon Martin would have for drug money.
Hey Injuns, how about eight syphilis-free seashells for North Dakota?
“The Crabby C--- from the California Coast”
Would you prefer Nancy the Crooked Whore? More accurate, but also more words.
Irreverent, insensitive, cruel and uncouth.
If he needs an excuse for this unprofessional behavior, it won’t be stupidity. According to Columbia’s Free Times, Kincannon graduated high school at the ripe age of 12, and began college at 15. His firm’s site says he earned a bachelor’s degree for a triple-minor in chemistry, mathematics and physics before attending Univ. of South Carolina’s law school.
Breezing through school at an early age seems to have left him without opportunity to mature, though. Kincannon historically defends his messages, and even complains about retaliatory replies he’s received. In a February 2013 interview with Huffington Post Live, for example, he said:
They call me a cracker, or say I’m gay – just all kinds of lunatic insanity.
Surprisingly, Kincannon offered legal perspective on that same subject of “sexting” in a September 2011 edition of WACH’s “Good Morning Columbia,” a local news broadcast in which he regularly appeared. His Super Bowl tirade prodded the Fox affiliate to publicly deny affiliation with Kincannon, though.
This history also contradicts a previous public statement from Kincannon. In September 2011, following Rep. Anthony Weiner’s resignation after being caught tweeting suggestive photos, Kincannon tweeted request that people send the Republican who replaced Weiner “some disinfectant. The office needs it.”
He also contradicts with the principles proffered by the Republican Party, the official platform of which resonates in references to God, faith, morality and religion.
Take his retort to one who criticized Kincannon’s recent Davis tweets:
Jesus loves me, this I know. Wendy Davis is a ho.
His record of Twitter tirades is causing SCGOP to avoid public association with Kincannon, though. After his March 20113 attacks on the Iraqi vet, the state Republican Party refused to answer questions about any association with Kincannon.
His most recent vulgarities could have the opposite effect of what Kincannon intends, too. While they have gotten his name back in the news, they’ve also drummed up additional support for Wendy Davis, who raised over $12 million in her campaign for Texas governor in just the last six months.
Kincannon caught in twisted tweets