Atlantic City Council’s George Tibbitt Denies Using Racial Slur
ATLANTIC CITY COUNCIL PRESIDENT GEORGE TIBBITT WILL APPEAR ON WEDNESDAY, APRIL 14, 2021 AT 9:35 A.M. ON “HURLEY IN THE MORNING” ON WPG TALK RADIO 95.5 & WPG TALK RADIO SMARTPHONE APP TO ANSWER ALLEGATIONS
Atlantic City Council President George Tibbitt is being accused today of using a racial slur towards a female resident of Atlantic City.
Tibbitt is not taking lightly, what he describes as “a completely false allegation.”
I have interviewed Tibbitt moments ago about this allegation. Tibbitt denies the allegation and stated that not only didn’t it occur regarding this matter ... Tibbitt stated that he’s never used racial slurs towards anyone.
For purposes of background information, Tibbitt is married to a woman of color and he’s the member of a mixed-racial immediate family.
Tibbitt has long enjoyed substantial voter support with the minority community in Atlantic City.
And, that appears to be what this allegation is all about ... an attempt to try and erode Tibbitt’s support in the minority community.
Presently, there are a bunch of very nasty flyers circulating throughout Atlantic City. Most of the flyers feature vicious attacks against Atlantic City Mayor Marty Small, LaQuetta Small and George Tibbitt.
During my live on-air interview this morning, Small’s Democratic Primary opponent Tom Foley denied any involvement whatsoever regarding the hyper negative flyers that are presently being distributed throughout Atlantic City.
The flyers are rogue in nature and do not include any disclaimer as to the author.
To date, it’s been a very nasty campaign in Atlantic City. Democrats hold a more than 10-1 registration advantage versus Republicans.
This basically means that the winners of the democratic party primary election for mayor and the three council at large seats, will most likely won the General Election.
This already is and will continue to be a particularly fierce and negative primary election ... because in Atlantic City the Democratic primary election is for all intents and purposes the general election.
Tibbitt is prepared to defend his record (on-air with me this Wednesday morning at 9:35 a.m.) and directly and forcefully respond to the allegations that he made racist comments.