‘F-ck You N–ger Bitch!’: Florida ‘KKKaren’ Filmed Hurling Racist Slurs At Black Landscaping Crew


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A deranged white woman was caught on video hurling racist slurs and abuse at a black landscaping crew in Orlando, Florida.

While the nearly four-minute-long Instagram video does not show what led up to the racist outburst, it appears the woman was upset by the noise coming from the landscaping crew’s equipment.

“You f–king bitch,” the woman yelled a number of times as the uniformed crew — from A Cut Above The Rest landscapers — just smile and tell the camera: “This is the kind of shit we go through man.”

“We ain’t even doing nothing, we’re out here working in 94 degrees!” one crew member laments while continuing to smile.

“Have a blessed day ma’am!” one worker tells the woman as she continues to hurl racist abuse at them.


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She is then seen charging at the work crew, yelling in his face: “F–k you you f–king n—-r bitch!”

“I knew it was coming… I ain’t even all the way Black, I’m Puerto Rican man!” the worker laments as he backs away from the woman.

“F–king Puerto Rican bitch,” the woman yells, apparently at another member of the crew.

As the crew works quickly to pack up their tools and prepare to move on to their next job, a neighbor approaches the woman and asks her to calm down.

“You just keep on repeating the same thing,” he chuckles before backing off as the woman directs her anger at him.

She can be heard demanding the neighbor “kick her ass” as the crew pulled away in their truck.

“I love you, God loves you,” one of the landscapers calls out to her as she storms after the truck, still hurling abuse. “You’re going to pass out in the sun! You gotta go into your house!”

“And stop winking at me!”

Orlando Police officers were seen detaining the woman after the racist attack. It is unclear if she was arrested.


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‘Why Hasn’t the President Condemned White Power?’ — Kayleigh McEnany Abruptly Exits Contentious WH Press Briefing: WATCH


Kayleigh McEnany abruptly exited a White House press briefing as reporters shouted questions, asking the White House Press Secretary why Donald Trump hasn’t condemned “white power” after he tweeted a video over the weekend of his supporters yelling it.

The exit occurred after McEnany cited the “Russia hoax” and slammed the New York Times and the Washington Post when asked about credible and confirmed reports that Trump was briefed by U.S. Intelligence as early as January that Russia was paying bounties to the Taliban to kill U.S. troops in Afghanistan and did nothing.

McEnany also falsely characterized the U.S. coronavirus surge as “embers” that need to be “put out” and was asked if Trump believes “it was a good thing that the South lost the Civil War.”

McEnany called the question “absurd” and said, “he’s proud of the United States of America.”

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Pro-KKK ‘Karen’ Now Claims She ‘Blacked Out’ When She Vowed To ‘Teach My Grandkids To Hate You All’


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The Missouri woman who went viral for waving a Confederate flag, praising the Ku Klux Klan and vowing to teach hate to her grandchildren while at a Black Lives Matter protest in Branson is now claiming she “blacked out” and doesn’t remember what she said as anti-racism protesters gathered outside a store that sells Confederate merchandise.

“I’m so, so sorry,” Kathy Jenkins told Ozarks First. “I mean, if it would help for me to stand with Black Lives Matter, I absolutely would do that.”

Jenkins, who was seen in the viral tirade decked out in a “Make America Great Again” cap and draped in a Confederate flag, told protesters that she would teach her grandchildren to hate them.

“I’m teaching them to fuckin’ hate all of you people,” she said, then she raised a fist and called out “KKK belief.”

After making national headlines, Jenkins said she does not support the KKK.


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“I wasn’t saying I’m KKK or for the KKK,” she told Ozarks First. “I was mocking them because I don’t like being called a racist.”

Jenkins told KOLR10 reporter David Chasanov that she was actually chanting “Black Lives Matter,” before the recording of her racist rant was made.

“I was chanting Black Lives Matter… and that’s not even on video,” she told Chasanov on Wednesday. “It’s like I blacked out. I don’t even remember

She also says she attended the rally because she had “never been to one” before. “I just wanted to see what the rally was all about.”

Jenkins claims she was minding her own business when she was handed a Confederate flag. She told KOLR10 she assumed it was a symbol of unity. She says she then sat in the bed of a truck belonging to someone she didn’t know.

“I didn’t understand that the Confederate flag meant hate,” she told Ozarks First. “I don’t understand the whole history of the Confederate flag, but I’m learning.”

Jenkins says she has lost her job and left Branson over the incident. She promised to never wave a Confederate flag again.

At least some Twitter users aren’t buying her apology.


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Gay Father of Black Toddler in Trump’s Fake ‘Racist Baby’ Video Blasts President for ‘Hate Agenda’: VIDEO


Michael Cisneros, a gay man whose black son was exploited in a fake “racist baby” video tweeted by President Donald Trump on Thursday night, is speaking out.

“PLEASE!!! SHARE THIS!!!! EVERYONE!!!! HE WILL NOT TURN THIS LOVING, BEAUTIFUL VIDEO TO FURTHER HIS HATE AGENDA,” Cisneros wrote above a link to Trump’s tweet on Facebook.

“HE CAN NOT GET AWAY WITH THIS!!!” Cisneros wrote in another post. He added that the move was disgusting but not surprising” coming from “filthy” Trump.

“Just when you think he can’t go any lower, disappointment!!!!” Cisneros wrote. “I will be calling an attorney in the am.”

Twitter later flagged Trump’s video as “manipulated media.”

The original version of the video, which went viral last year, was filmed by Cisneros. It showed his son, Maxwell, and his white best friend Finnegan, spontaneously running toward each other and hugging on a New York City street:

“They just took off toward each other and I just got my phone out as quickly as possible, and just tried to record it,” Cisneros said of the two boys, who are now both 3 and live in the same neighborhood. “They are just too cute together.”

Cisneros told WPIX-TV he shared the video publicly because he thought it was a beautiful, candid moment in the midst of racism and hate in the world. Maxwell and Finnegan later appeared with their parents on the Ellen Degeneres Show:

In the fake version of the video tweeted by Trump, Maxwell is initially shown running away from Finnegan — in footage from after they hugged — with a fake CNN chyron saying, “Terrified toddler runs from racist baby,” which then switches to, “Racist baby probably a Trump voter.”

After a title screen saying, “What actually happened,” Maxwell and Finnegan are shown running toward each other and hugging.

“America is not the problem,” reads another title screen at the end. “Fake news is. If you see something, say something. Only you can prevent fake news dumpster fires.”

The fake video reportedly was created by pro-Trump comedian Carpe Donktum, whose real name is Logan Cook.

CNN Communications responded to Trump’s tweet: “CNN did cover this story – exactly as it happened. Just as we reported your positions on race (and poll numbers). We’ll continue working with facts rather than tweeting fake videos that exploit innocent children. We invite you to do the same. Be better.”

The White House criticized Twitter for labeling the video “manipulated.”

“If Twitter is not careful, it’s going to have to label itself a ‘manipulator,’” White House spokesman Judd Deere said in an email to the Washington Post.

White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany also defended the fake video in a briefing on Friday:

Earlier this month, Maxwell and Finnegan were included in CNN’s town hall in collaboration with Sesame Street, focused on kids and racism:

“I didn’t see it at the time, but I see it now,” Cisneros told Today.com following the town hall. “It was a beacon of hope. It shows love and what the future could be like if children were raised in a different way … It’s going to be kind of iconic. I’ve gotten messages from people all around the world.”

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‘Go Back To Mexico!’: Racist ‘Karen’ Caught On Video Destroying Parked Car With Two Hammers


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A woman was caught on video repeatedly hitting a parked car with a hammer in Chatsworth, a neighborhood in Los Angeles, on Saturday.

The video was shared on Twitter by Edy Perez, who is the woman’s neighbor and the owner of the vehicle in the video.

The clip starts by showing the woman, who is holding two hammers, damaging the car with one of the hammers.

“Get the f*** out of this neighborhood. Go back to Mexico,” the woman yells after walking up to the person recording with hammers in hand.

At one point, the woman can be seen hitting a garbage can with her hammer while someone off-camera can be heard calling the police.


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In the caption of the video, Perez wrote: “Bruh I hate racist ppl so much .. Im all the way in Miami while this dumb*ssbihh in LA f**king my car up .. all cuz she racist and dont like us.”

Perez shared a second video of the woman recorded after she hit the car with the hammer.

In the video, the woman is being restrained by a neighbor who is calling her a “racist.”

In an interview with TMZ, Perez said that he and his roommates moved into the house next door to the woman in the video early last year. Perez told the outlet that she has been using racial slurs toward him and his roommates since they moved in.

Perez, who is currently in Miami, told TMZ that his sister heard banging outside when she was at his LA home. She went outside and saw the woman hitting the car with two hammers “for no reason at all.”

Perez said the woman was arrested after the incident but was released a day later because of COVID-19.


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Twitter Drags ‘Karen’ For Showing Off Her Brand New ‘White Lives Matter’ Tattoo


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A woman in Georgia is being dragged on Twitter for showing off a new tattoo reading, “WHITE LIVES MATTER”.

The tattoo, which appears to be a response to the recent Black Lives Matter protests ignited by the shocking death of George Floyd, began circulating on social media this weekend after it was shared to Facebook by the woman.

In a Twitter post that has been shared nearly 13,000 times, Jon B writes: “She got the McDonald’s Font.”

Twitter users had a hard time believing the photo was real until Tristan James shared a recent photo of the woman taken inside a Smyrna, Ga., Kroger.


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“My friend saw her in Kroger in Smyrna, Ga.,” James wrote.


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As Black Lives Matter protests rise up against systemic racism, TV star India Willoughby laments ‘this is a bad time to be white’

Black Lives Matter protests have been taking place across the world as millions of people take a stand against systemic racism and police brutality, but TV star India Willoughby thinks “this is a bad time to be white”.

Widespread Black Lives Matter protests against ongoing police brutality in the wake of the murder of George Floyd initially took place in America but are now happening across the globe.

While the protests were sparked by Floyd’s death at the hands of a white police officer, they are addressing wider, global issues of police brutality against Black people, systemic racism and inequality.

India Willoughby, who transitioned in 2010 and is best known for appearing on Loose Women and Celebrity Big Brother, took to Twitter to comment on protests in London.

She claimed that there was “no trigger”, despite the vast amount of evidence showing institutional racism in the UK and its police force. 

She wrote: “What is the end goal here? What tangible thing can the British government do to resolve the death of a man in America? Breaks my heart to see us copying the US.”

One person replied to her post saying that there was a “white minority” in London, and that in Europe “white women [are] not having children in sufficient numbers because of feminism”.

Willoughby responded: “I agree. Totally against racism of any sort, but opportunities wise, this is a bad time to be white, good time to be Black.”

 

Responding to Willoughby’s comment that 2020 was a “good time” to be Black, sports broadcaster Jeanette Kwakye wrote: “When I started working for 5 News as a presenter I shadowed this woman.

“I hate to think that, me now trying to learn under her, she was thinking, I’m only there because I’m Black.”

BBC’s gender and identity correspondent Megha Mohan wrote: “Every job I’ve ever gotten there has been someone waiting to diminish it by saying this.

“Not to my face – always in meetings and groups chats. Any achievement being framed as a threat to white jobs.

“Would love some white journalists to no longer be silent when they hear this.”

Willoughby works in the UK media industry, which is around 94 per cent white.

She later tweeted that she apologised “for any offence caused” and said her tweet was “clumsy”.

Willoughby told PinkNews that she “100 per cent supports the push for more diversity in the workplace”, and said that her tweet was addressing “opportunities”.

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Queer Black army veteran who served in Afghanistan describes what it taught him about racism and homophobia in America

A queer Black man has described what his experience serving in the US army taught him about racism and homophobia in America.

Richard Brookshire, a former army sergeant and combat medic, is now a documentary filmmaker and a founder of the Black Veterans Project.

In a piece for the New York Times, Brookshire said he began basic training for the army in 2009, and describes his army career as a “sacrifice I had to make in order to get an education”.

He said he thought he would be able to remain in the US and continue his education, but was sent to Germany and then Afghanistan.

Brookshire wrote: “Not only was I closeted because the ‘don’t ask, don’t tell’ policy was still in effect, but I was one of just a few Black people in my platoon of 40 soldiers.

“I think my company of a couple of hundred had maybe 10 black soldiers — most of the others were Midwestern white guys.”

Another gay soldier ‘was beaten with a bat in the shower.’

While in the US army, he said he witnessed both “microagressions” and full-blown “racism and homophobia”.

“A gay soldier had been discovered in the unit before I got there,” he wrote. “And he was beaten with a bat in the shower.

“And there was the lieutenant colonel who erupted when he saw the Reverend Dr Martin Luther King Jr on TV, telling me to turn it off, because ‘I don’t want to see that troublemaker’.”

He added: “There was a deep fascination with Nazism that was so pervasive in the unit I served in, deep fascination with Hitler and with the swastika.

“There were young men who were reading Mein Kampf. I was 23. I didn’t necessarily have the kind of awareness I do now about where that kind of indoctrination can lead people.”

Brookshire said he eventually became “numb” to it, but that it began to “chip away at [his] sense of self”.

After eight years in the army, he finally returned home and “had a chance to breathe and think of all that had happened”. This, he said, led to depression and a suicide attempt.

It made me recognise that I wasn’t fabricating the racism I bore witness to while I was in the army.

In 2016, he got involved with the Black Lives Matter movement and met “mostly young Black queer people who were doing a lot of work with families who were victims of police violence”.

One day, he heard a story of a Black man who was stabbed with a sword by a white nationalist, and realised that he and the killer had served in the same brigade. He said: “It made me recognise that I wasn’t fabricating the racism I bore witness to while I was in the army.”

Now a filmmaker, he is aiming to “capture the stories” of the protests against police brutality in New York. He attended a peaceful protest on Manhattan bridge, but when one protester threw a water bottle, they were stormed by the police.

NYPD in riot gear blocking protesters from entering the Manhattan Bridge. (Erik McGregor/LightRocket via Getty)

He wrote: “I could see in the faces of officers — especially in the faces of the Black officers — the internal conflict. I recognised that from Afghanistan.

“The tension they were navigating themselves: having to look other Black people in the eye and let them know that they couldn’t cross the bridge, that they couldn’t scream, that they couldn’t express the deep trauma of the fact that we’ve been living through this kind of racial terrorism for the better part of 400 years.

“But here they were with their pay checks, with their stability and their ability to feed their family and their kids. They’re making that same kind of compromise I did when I was carrying a rifle in Afghanistan.”

Brookshire said there is an “awakening that white America needs to contend with”, that “violence and poverty are an ever-present reality for Black America, and some believe they’ll never have access to the American dream”.

He added: “When people talk about looting and property damage, it’s a distraction from the real issues. People who choose to turn a blind eye to the grievances propelling the protests are part of the problem.

“Because they don’t recognise the way human beings, and Black people specifically, who were once considered property, are in many ways still denied full access to their humanity in America.”

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‘Outraged’ Lady Gaga Slams ‘Fool and Racist’ Trump Amid George Floyd Protests, Calls for Solidarity with Black Community


Lady Gaga slammed Donald Trump and called on followers to support the black community in a message on Instagram early Sunday morning.

Wrote Gaga: “I’m afraid to say anything that will incite further anger, although that is precisely the emotion that’s justified. I do not wish to contribute to more violence, I wish to contribute to a solution.”

“I am as outraged by the death of George Floyd as I have been by the deaths of exponentially too many black lives over hundreds of years that have been taken from us in the country as a result of systemic racism and the corrupt systems that support it,” Gaga continued. “The voices of the black community have been silenced for too long and that silence has proven deadly time and time again. And no matter what they do to protest, they are still met with no compassion by the leaders that are meant to protect them. Everyday people in America are racist, that’s a fact.”

“Right now is a critical time for the black community to be supported by all other communities so we can put a stop to something that is intrinsically wrong by the grace of God or whatever creator you do or do not believe in,” she added.

Gaga then took aim at Trump.

“We have known for a long time that President Trump has failed,” she wrote. “He holds the most powerful office in the world, yet offers nothing but ignorance and prejudice while black lives continue to be taken. We have known he is a fool, and a racist, since he took office. He is fueling a system that is already rooted in racism, and racist activity, and we can all see what is happening. It’s time for a change. We MUST show our love for the black community. As a white, privileged woman, I take an oath to stand by that. We haven’t, as a privileged community, done enough to fight racism and stand up for those people who are being killed by it.”

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Jimmy Kimmel Rips ‘Our Disgusting Excuse for a President’ for Inflaming Violence Amid George Floyd Protests: ‘We’ve Got to Vote This Guy Out Already’ — WATCH


Jimmy Kimmel blasted Donald Trump for inflaming violence amid the unrest that has sparked protests in U.S. cities in the wake of the murder of unarmed black man George Floyd.

Said Kimmel: “Unfortunately, this is the loop we get stuck in: It goes from ‘it isn’t right to kill an unarmed man’ to ‘well it also isn’t right to loot and set fires and attack the police, too’ [to] ‘but the police are attacking us and killing us over and over and nothing changes’ to ‘well that needs to be settled by the law’ to ‘well an officer of the law just killed another unarmed man.’ And so on. Last night there were senseless acts of violence that were brought on by a senseless act of violence. And it just keeps going in a loop.”

“Our disgusting excuse for a president, Mr. Tough Guy Donnie Bone Spurs, says ‘I know what I’ll do. I’ll make this worse,” Kimmel added, discussing a tweet Trump sent out at 1 am that said, “when the looting starts, the shooting starts.”

“I especially want to pose this question to older people who have seen this before in this country, who have lived this nightmare of race riots already, in the ’60s and ’70s, ’80s, now. Is this who you want leading us?” asked Kimmel. “A president who clearly and intentionally inflames violence in the middle of a riot to show how tough he is? A commander in chief who threatens to put members of our military in the position of having to shoot a fellow American on sight? I don’t care what you are, right, left, Republican, Democrat. Enough is enough. We’ve got to vote this guy out already.”

Continued Kimmel: “And we need to work on this problem we have, this blatant double standard because when you stand in front of the flag, you put your hand on your heart and you pledge allegiance with ‘liberty and justice for all,’ we don’t have that, ‘for all.’ I mean, I have it, a lot of you have it, but it’s not for all.”

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