Lars Sullivan is primed and ready to come into the WWE main roster and receive huge push. But recently, it has come to our attention that he used to frequent a message board where he was quite outspoken and some of the things he said weren’t the wisest things to put online.
In April 2011, Lars Sullivan posted a rather controversial political message on that bodybuilding message board. In it, he not only gave his opinion that “some blacks want to take advantage of their great grandparent’s misfortunes,” but he also went on to give his two cents on immigration and he had quite a controversial view of the entire situation as well.

“Some blacks want to take advantage of their great grandparent’s misfortunes, and they want a piece of the pity pie. Instead of taking some personal responsibility, they choose to attack the white man and say we must take care of them financially.”
“Black Panther Party. These guys are the epitome of racist clowns.”
“When immigrants (particularly of the illegal persuasion coming from our neighbors down south) hear that we are ‘land of the free,’ to them that means they get free stuff.”
“There is a clear political divide among the races. The Democrats essentially bribing minorities for votes is the root cause of this problem.”
“So many other reasons.”

It looks like we might know how Sullivan feels about that caravan coming toward the United States. He might find some people in the locker room who agree with him about immigration seeing how some PEOPLE reacted to Kid Rock’s comment about Democrats at the WWE Hall Of Fame. But he might be hard-pressed to find someone who will openly support the comments he made about African Americans.

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