Clay Higgins Apologizes for Auschwitz Gaffe by Auctioning Off Prized Nazi Uniform for Charity

Louisiana Congressman Clay Higgins issued an non-apology after being blitzkrieged with angry Facebook comments and international condemnation for a selfie video he shot in the Nazi death camp at Auschwitz-Birkenau.

In order to “make things right,” Higgins announced he would auction off a prized SS uniform that has been in his family for years. Proceeds are slated to benefit C.U.C.K. (Clay Understands Cajun Koncerns), a charity the Republican insists is in no way connected with Captain Higgins Gear or any other business he may or may not own.

The uniform has been described as being in near-mint condition, despite small burn holes that may have been incurred at the last Washington Parish Christmas cross lighting.

Proceeds are slated to benefit C.U.C.K. (Clay Understands Cajun Koncerns), a charity the Republican insists is in no way connected with Captain Higgins Gear or any other business he may or may not own.

At the time of this writing, only two bids had been placed, both of which came from 1600 Pennsylvania Ave.

Congressman Higgins was last seen looking for the location of Anne Frank’s house, selfie stick and cowboy hat in hand.

 

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