(AP) - The Florida Supreme Court has disciplined a retired lawyer and former judicial candidate for making disparaging remarks against Muslims and the LGBTQ community on social media.
The Florida Bar announced Friday that Donald McBath was given a 91-day suspension from practicing law.
A complaint filed by the Bar includes 15 comments made by McBath on Facebook or Twitter. The documents say McBath wrote, “never trust a Muslim."
The comments also included homophobic remarks as well as comments in support of President Donald Trump's travel ban.
McBath ran for judge and lost in last year's primary.