He also “likes” “You Got Knocked the F–k Out.”
Jersey City Assemblyman Charles Mainor once again finds himself in hot water over his activity on Facebook.
A little more than a year after publicly apologizing for using his Facebook page to call the Philadelphia Eagles “gaybirds” and the Dallas Cowboys “cowgirls,” Mainor has drawn scrutiny after “liking” what his constituents say are inappropriate pages on the social network.
Mainor gave the virtual thumbs-up to “Big Bootie Freaks,” a page that showcases the derrieres of young women, and “You Got Knocked the F–k Out Man,” which features videos of strangers being physically attacked.
When first confronted about the pages, Mainor, a Jersey City police officer, denied he had “liked” “You Got Knocked the F–k Out Man,” NJ.com reported.
“I doubt very strongly that I would do something like that,” Mainor said. “I don’t do Facebook.”
Monday morning, Mainor called back to clarify what happened, saying that he had indeed “liked” the page after it was shown to him by his daughter. Mainor said that he had wanted to return to the page later and had clicked the “like” button as a way of easily finding it again.
“As far as the Big Bootie Freaks – listen, I love women, but it shouldn’t be on there but I don’t know how to get it out,” Mainor told the Jersey Journal. “Ever since the Cowboys and the Eagles, I really try my best not to do anything, and I ended up ‘liking’ something that got me jammed up again.