Skip to comments.USA Today Fires Editor for Blaming Boulder Shooting on 'Angry White Man'
Posted on 03/28/2021 10:05:54 AM PDT by McQ444
Left-wing news outlet USA Today has fired its so-called "race and inclusion editor" after she publicly blamed the Boulder, Colorado, shooting on an “angry white man.” Hemal Jhaveri revealed that she was fired on Friday over the comments she made on Twitter that were slammed as being racist.
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Graduate of the prestigious James Mason University, and actually had a MA in cultural studies (whatever that science is), and had worked for the newspaper for around eight years.
I would imagine another person who didn’t really grasp much out of college and simply got the job because of the James Mason ‘card’.
I realize this is post&run blogpimping clickbait, but I still find it surprising.
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I imagine there was a tidy deposit to the Swiss bank account.
One can see now low NYT standards are when even McNews standards exceed them.
As for “Cultural Studies”, sorry, that’s not even a grade school level degree. The woman is a joke. But then again, ALL woke folks are.
Another “refugee” skank with a giant RACE CARD?
Good. Too bad she only got fired.
She thought saying a racist thing was OK, as long as, it was directed at whites.
Ha. Ha. Ha.
Yep. Nope. Wanted a picture but didn’t need it.
I'm amazed - USA Today? I didn't see this one coming.
"She was the Executive Director of Digital Innovation at POLITICO."
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