Schoolboard member called out for tweeting ‘whiteness is evil’ uses race card to double down

Invincible ignorance was given a run for its money by the virtue of victimhood as a Michigan school board member under fire for racist remarks doubled down on her hateful rhetoric with the added suggestion that her detractors were too stupid to see how wrong they are.

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When race hustlers like MSNBC’s Joy Reid and Nikole Hannah-Jones of the “1619 Project” continue to be rewarded for their divisive opinions, it should come as no surprise that others would be made to feel righteous for their bigotry. So it was with Jackson County School board member Kesha Hamilton when, in response to getting called out over vile tweets, she defended herself with more racially motivated attacks against members of her community.

Reading a prepared statement at the meeting following public outcry over her history of racist comments, Hamilton said, “We have to ask ourselves: what are we angered over, the fact that it was said or the fact that it was true, or is the issue or incomprehension of how policies and practices established by the white majority are impacting each of us.”

She then added, “and the last of the real issues is an attempt to silence the discussion around disparities along racial lines that exist not only in this district, this city, our county or our state, but across this nation.”

As previously reported, Libs of TikTok had compiled a number of offensive tweets from Hamilton that included statements like “Whiteness is so evil.. it manipulates then says, I won’t apologize for my dishonesty and trauma inducing practices and thinks you should applaud it for being honest about its ability to manipulate and be dishonest..,” as well as, “The last think you have to worry about is an animal — though that could be a very real threat.. more dangerous are any white folks you may see on the trail.. be safe!” and “These white women are THE stupidest!”

Her refusal to acknowledge fault for her remarks was not suffered idly as calls for her resignation were only furthered by her vitriol.

“Get her OUT. Sick of the ‘allowable’ racism,” one Twitter user suggested as another asked plainly “So why isn’t she fired.”

Meanwhile, others called her out over her generalities and suggested if she really wanted to make a difference, “I would just ask her to list the ‘evil’ practices she refers to so they can be addressed. And perhaps to do so without mentioning race at all. If one established principle favors some students over others, what is it? If legitimate, just change it.”

Of course, those were only some of the ways that the public made objections to Hamilton and her “evil” remarks known while there has been no official move to have her removed from her position as a school board member.


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