The comments shine a spotlight on the radical left, and the singular mindset they deploy when minorities refuse to go against the status quo. It's a stark reminder of how far the left has gone off the rails, and why President Trump got elected in 2016.
Her post makes it clear that the political left is addicted to identity politics -- deploying this modern form of liberalism in an attempt to push the Democratic Party further left. And judging by some of the comments left by her supporters, the Democratic Party has clearly pushed "all in" on the game of identity politics. But instead of playing a strong hand consisting of an: ace, king, queen, jack or 10, they're playing the race card.
"Two words.... Get Out!" one person wrote on the post, referring to the 2017 horror film that depicts white people as brainwashing hypnotists who take advantage of innocent, unsuspecting black people.
"I believe they can do that craziness to folks," someone wrote in response to white people brainwashing black people.
While some took shots based on diverse groups supporting the president, others decided to set their crosshairs on the president.
"I know quite a few black people who support Trump," one person wrote. "When they start talking, I make it plain that I am NOT and WILL NEVER BE a supporter of this creep."
But not everyone commenting on the racially charged political post took her side. Many flocked to Williams-Cox's page to point out her disgusting use of identity politics. The counteraction, however, prompted the Tallahassee commissioner to delete many of the comments that opposed her progressive view of tribalism.
Following the mass purging of differing opinions, Williams-Cox made it clear that she was uninterested in hearing from the opposite end of the political spectrum.
"PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT: Feel free to disagree on YOUR OWN PAGE... or risk your comment being deleted from My PERSONAL PAGE! Thank you!" Williams-Cox wrote in response to adverse reactions to her post.
The post, and subsequent response to the backlash, drew the ire of many GOP leaders, including Chairman of the Leon County Republican Party Evan Power.
"When you decide to represent a City as a Commissioner you should represent all the people whether you agree or disagree with them on a particular issue. Commissioner Williams-Cox has shown she is unable to do that with this post," Power told RoundTable Politics. "How does one expect to be able to work and solve all of our city's problems when she has made it clear certain people have no words in her limited world view."
"She should take some time for self reflection and issue an apology to all people of Tallahassee, regardless of race of political view."
Williams-Cox has yet to issue an apology for her post, instead doubling-down, saying she will delete posts and unfriend people who disagree with her.