How surprising: A big Democratic donor and Wellington, Fla., planning commission member’s “Heil Hitler” salute at a public meeting was not well received by the community, and she’s being forced to resign.
“Wow, wow, that’s rather . . . that’s a bit over the top, I think,” other members can be heard saying on a video of the meeting. Radosevich said she made the salute as a result of “complete and utter frustration trying to work with the staff.”
The councilman who appointed Radosevich to the position in 2012 said her resignation was “probably for the best.”
Radosevich, who is Jewish, apologized for the gesture in her resignation letter, and said she’ll make a donation to the Anti-Defamation League. “There is no excuse for using such an offensive symbol any more than using offensive language,” she wrote.