Posted on July 1, 2020

Journalists Mock Whites — Without Consequence

Gregory Hood, American Renaissance, July 1, 2020

Journalists are crudely mocking whites on Twitter and face no consequences.

Pulitzer Prize winner and New York Times columnist Paul Krugman:

Karen Attiah is The Washington Post’s Global Opinions Editor. She recently posted:

Karen Attiah

She deleted this tweet. However, it wasn’t because she thought she did anything wrong. She made this very clear.

Also, her tweet about the Jussie Smollett hoax is still up.

In another case, CNN’s Nathan McDermott made a strange tweet about Betsy Rothstein, who just died from cancer.

Mr. McDermott writes for CNN’s KFile, which exists to search through others’ social media and get them fired. His current campaign is against Trump Administration appointee Merritt Corrigan. It’s striking that he can blithely say that there is something wrong that those mourning a dead woman tend to be white.

Still, he was relatively restrained. Others simply smeared her as racist.

If you don’t know anything about Rothstein, here is a charming article that tries to justify calling her “a racist, a bigot, and a tool of the boss.” Judge for yourself if it succeeds.

You’re racist while you live, you’re racist when you die, and you’re racist if you mourn your friends.