Black Professor Calls Firing of White Anchor for Harmless Question a “Teachable Moment”

I am not sure what it will take for white people to understand that you are hated.  Im not sure what exact date in the future white Americans will wake up and realize that no matter how well you treat people and no matter how non-racist you act, a large portion of non-whites will still call for you to be fired or applaud your life being ruined.  In my opinion, this wont stop until all white people are completely gone from America, and it will only get worse as whites become the absolute minority in this country come 2045.

Mary Bubala, a former news anchor of WJZ was the latest victim of anti-white hatred when she was fired for asking this harmless question…

“We have had three female, African-American mayors in a row. They were all passionate public servants. Two resigned, though. Is it a signal that a different kind of leadership is needed to move Baltimore City forward?” ­­

That’s the question that ended the Baltimore anchorwoman’s career and caused a social media outrage, with thousands calling for her to be fired. No mention of race, no mention of gender, harmless.

WJZ is a small local station.  But if we look to a national mainstream news outlet like CNN, we are hearing black anchors and commentators literally saying that “we don’t need any more white people,” in leadership positions.

The professor, Kaye Whitehead kind of actually insinuated that she was the person who ‘took down this anchor.’

“People didn’t know it was me [on WJZ] until somebody who knew me saw [the video] and asked the question, ‘Is that you?’” Whitehead says. “I was not linked to it because I was like, ‘I’m not going to help feed this. That’s not how I want to be known. I do not want to be known as the person who took down this anchor.’”

“I’ve been studying this work intensely and writing about it,” she says. “I am never caught off-guard, because it is the space that I exist in. If someone else had been sitting in that chair, it would’ve been a moment where they were caught off-guard.”

Whitehead has also hopes that this can be a teachable moment. “You can remove a person from their position, but if we don’t deal with how we got here, then we’re not really benefiting from what happened,” she says. “At this moment, people are being held accountable for what they’re saying. I think we’re in a moment now, like the anchor, where a number of people that are being called out for their racial biases are having to deal with consequences.”