Andrew Kaczynscki unearthed a virulently racist 2013 radio rant from Trump’s national service external affairs chief Carl Higbie. It was so damning that Higbie resigned within hours.

Carl Higbie, a former Donald Trump campaign surrogate and the administration’s PR chief for the federal government’s Corporation for National Community Service, saw his career come to an explosive end on Thursday.

Journalist Andrew Kaczynski, of CNN’s KFILE, unearthed a horrific series of comments Higbie made on online talk radio shows.

During one segment on “Sound of Freedom” in 2013, Higbie said “the black race” has a “lax of morals,” and that black women “think that breeding is a form of employment.” He also said Islam is “the ideology of a child molester,” and regarding immigrants, he asked, “What’s so wrong with wanting to put up a fence and saying, ‘hey, everybody with a gun, if you want to go shoot people coming across our border illegally, you can do it fo’ free’?”

In yet another segment, he even went after veterans with mental illness, saying “75 percent of people with PTSD don’t actually have it, and they’re either milking something for a little extra money in disability or they’re just, they honestly are just lying.”

Kaczynski’s revelations were so horrific and so completely indefensible that just hours after the story went public, Higbie tendered his resignation.

Despite Kaczynski’s young age, he has been in the reporting business for years, and his fearless investigative reporting has unearthed scandals of numerous politicians. He previously uncovered the evidence that ex-Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke plagiarized his master’s thesis, and dug into the fake “voter fraud” outfit of Gregg Phillips, who fed Trump’s conspiracy theory that “millions of people” had illegally voted in California.

That Trump ever put such a hateful extremist in his government is a disgrace, and the American people owe Kaczynski gratitude for the sunlight he provided.