Skip to comments.Indiana Nurse Gets Fired after Tweeting about Killing White Babies
Posted on 11/27/2017 1:59:02 PM PST by davikkm
Taiyesha Baker used to be until very recently a nurse at Riley Childrens Health, which is an affiliate of Indiana University Health in Indianapolis. Baker became an internet sensation after she said on Twitter that, let me quote:
Every white woman raises a detriment to society when they raise a son. Someone with the HIGHEST propensity to be a terrorist, rapist, racist, killer, and domestic violence all star. Historically every son you had should be sacrificed to the wolves bitch,
And heres some more of her good work:
(Excerpt) Read more at investmentwatchblog.com ...
Now pull her license. And statistically, she named the wrong race.
Must be Swedish...
Taiyesha Nightingale, daughter of compassion and mercy. Don’t turn her loose with sharp pointed objects if you value your life.
She should have her licence pulled.
Compared to her, the Klan is positively moderate. Yeesh.
Good thing nothing ever has anything to do with race.
anyone hospitalized these days is dealing with these nurses, especially in larger hospitals and in cities.
tell your family to remain at your bedside 24/7 and watch like a hawk and question everything.
I wonder if she is connected to BLM or the Black Panthers. Might be good to research.
Finally fired. A White would have been gone 3 days ago.
A couple of other threads before she was terminated if anyone cares to scan the comments:
Indiana Nurse Says Every White Male Baby Should Be Killed ^
Indiana Nurse Under Investigation For Tweets About Killing White Babies ^
Her ideology is shared by many others.
Doesn’t seem to want to give the picture. Here’s her twitter site:
Oh, well. If anyone REALLY wants to see it, put that in your explorer window and visit.
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