East Texas judge deactivates Facebook after calling protesters ‘a million fat women,’ march ‘a hissy fit’

UPDATE: According to the Dallas Morning News, East Texas Judge Bailey Moseley who called protesters who participated in the Women’s March this past weekend “a million fat women” on Facebook, has since said deleting the post was “likely a mistake.” He went on to say that the march was “nothing more than a hissy fit with no defined purpose.”

Following this clarification Moseley deactivated his Facebook account. No word yet on whether or not it was also a mistake.

EARLIER: Judge Bailey Moseley of Texas’ 6th Court of Appeals called the protesters who participated in marches across the country Saturday, which included some 50,000 people in Austin, “a million fat women” in a Facebook post Monday, the Dallas Morning News reports.

Photo by Ralph Barrera/American-Statesman

Photo by Ralph Barrera/American-Statesman

“Just think about this,” the post, which has since been deleted, read, “After just one day in office, Trump managed to achieve something that no one else has been able to do: he got a million fat women out walking.” The post was no longer up Monday afternoon.

The Texarkana judge’s campaign website lauded him for “his strong integrity.”

Find out what people are saying about the Austin Women’s March here.

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