Washington Post Editor Threatens White Women with ‘Revenge’

A Washington Post editor deleted a tweet that threated white women with revenge. The tweet by Karen Attiah, the Global Opinions editor for the Washington Post, said white woman should be thankful that black people call them “Karens” instead of seeking revenge for what she alleges are their list of sins.

What’s worse is that this Karen, the Washington Post editor one, doesn’t think she said anything wrong. She initially pushes back when people point out she’s calling for physical violence against women based solely on their skin color.

Even though this Karen deleted the tweet eventually after she got tired of defending her call for violence against white women, this video below screen shotted it so you can see it for yourself.

After reading the tweet do you think this Karen should be fired from the Washington Post? Share this video online and let everyone know that this kind of call for violence based on skin color is not ok and people like Karen should lose their jobs when they post things like this.


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