Washington Post threatens white women, warns Leftists might seek “revenge” one day
A black woman who writes angry opinion pieces for The Washington Post recently tweeted a violent message towards white women, saying that they are lucky that black people “are not calling for revenge” against them.
Karen Attiah, the Post‘s “Global Opinions Editor,” apparently has a major axe to grind with white women, who she believes are responsible for all sorts of atrocities against blacks all throughout history, including the 1921 Tulsa massacre, the murder of Emmet Till, the exclusion of black women from feminist movements, and the election of Donald Trump as president.
“White women are lucky that we are just calling them ‘Karen’s’ (sic) … [a]nd not calling for revenge,” Attiah, who hilariously is an actual Karen herself, wrote in a now-deleted tweet.
As is often the case, Attiah pulled down the inflammatory tweet after receiving backlash, only to later tweet again in French that she was not actually sorry for her earlier tweet. Instead, she claimed that she only took down the earlier tweet because she wanted it to be a quick retort of passing judgment.
“When I tweet something and then delete it, it’s not because I regret it,” tweeted another black woman by the name of Quinta Brunson, to which Attiah tweeted back with a response of, “Same. Lol.”
“It’s almost never that, lol,” Brunson added. “I just want to say some s*** real quick and then leave. It’s very much the energy of squidward running away manifested.”
These two black women unequivocally hate white women, in other words, and are not afraid to say so on social media. And because they both have black skin, they possess unlimited privilege to spew hate speech all over Twitter without repercussion.
Does this mean The Washington Post hates white people?
This is the nature of black privilege in America today, by the way, which allows people with black skin to say and do pretty much whatever they please while being lauded as “stunning” and “brave.” Meanwhile, people with white skin are not even allowed to call the police anymore because doing so is “racist.”
Keep in mind that Attiah holds a top position at the Post where she “often writes on issues relating to race, gender and international politics, with a special interest in Africa,” according to her official company profile. She also holds two college degrees, both of which are focused on non-white studies.
To help right the “wrongs” in society, Attiah believes that the “dominant group,” meaning white people, must be made to feel uncomfortable. She has been very vocal about this on social media, explaining that this is “how civil rights progress.”
Hilariously, Attiah despises white liberals, especially those of the female variety. Roughly a year ago, she tweeted that Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi, along with Maureen Dowd and President Trump, is part of an “axis of shevil” that “relies on dismissing, silencing, and undermining women of color.”
Attiah also helped perpetuate the Jussie Smollett hate-crime hoax, once describing it as a “heinous attack” that serves as “yet another reminder that Trump’s ascendance and the resulting climate of hate has meant that lives have been increasingly at stake since 2015.”
“Smollett could have been killed by those thugs screaming MAGA,” Attiah further tweeted, full of dramatics. “Let that sink in.”
Attiah’s presence at the Post helps explain the paper’s far-left agenda, which especially ramped up after the 2016 presidential election. Immediately after the election, the Post adopted the slogan, “Democracy Dies in Darkness,” which has appeared on the paper’s website ever since.
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