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Washington Post Writer Who Blamed White Women For Racial Inequality Gets A Promotion

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Washington Post writer Karen Attiah, who once wrote “White women are lucky that we are just calling them Karens. And not calling for revenge,” has received a promotion at the newspaper and will now serve as an opinion columnist on race, international affairs, culture, and human rights.

What will Post readers get from Attiah in her new position? Well, if her previous Post work is any indication of what’s to come, the lefties can expect the typical cocktail of white people are bad, America is a horrible place, white people should pay up, the police are racist, etc.

Even a dispatch from Ms. Attiah about her cherished fig tree being pruned turned into the landscapers destroying her cherished tree and was filled with pure anger. “I did eventually buy a little fig tree in a container. I named her Celeste. I’ll do my best to protect her from clueless men with power tools,” she wrote in December as Americans were trying to do their best to be festive around the holidays.

And now Karen, 34, will have an even bigger platform to drive her anger towards white women and landscapers into the heads of the elitists in D.C. who need more of this nonsense injected into their veins.

“But here’s the real thing about ‘Karen’ memes,” Attiah wrote back in June 2020.

The dark side to handwringing about how ‘Karen’ hurts white women’s feelings is that it is “a distraction from how everyday white women uphold white supremacy through violence, aggression, and the weaponzing of their gender.”

If you need this pumped into your veins, the Post will have your drug coming soon in the form of Attiah’s column. Buckle up white women, you’re high on Attiah’s enemy list.

Written by Joe Kinsey

I'm an Ohio guy, born in Dayton, who roots for Ohio State and can handle you guys destroying the Buckeyes, Urban Meyer and everything associated with Columbus.

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