Poor baby! Racist writer for The New York Fake News Times, Greg Howard, pictured above, has concluded that white women are racists because they won’t get out of his way when he is walking down the sidewalk.
I’m sure he also has a problem with them breathing the oxygen he wants reserved for future generations of black people. But those cracker bitches keep on breathing with total disregard for blacks of the future.
- Greg Howard penned the controversial essay in a piece titled Was That Racist?
- He said white women are the only group who don’t courteously move
- Howard theorizes that it’s because white women have ‘been taught that they should fear black men’
- Criticism came swiftly on Twitter saying that Howard had a clear bias in his essay
A New York Times reporter is facing blowback after an article in which he accused white women of racism for not yielding to him on city sidewalks, according to Daily Mail.
Greg Howard, a writer for the Sunday Metropolitan Section, in a Wednesday essay titled Was That Racist?, said white women in particular will not make space for him when he’s walking down the street
He also added that there are times when he’s had to step off the sidewalk and into the road, making him ‘feel small’.
‘In seven years of living and walking here, I’ve found that most people walk courteously – but that white women, at least when I’m in their path, do not,’ Howard wrote.
‘Why only and specifically white women? Do they refuse to acknowledge me because they’ve been taught that they should fear black men, and that any acknowledgment of black men can invite danger?’
Dan Gainor, vice president for business and culture at the Media Research Center, said Howard was indicating a clear bias.
‘Can you imagine The New York Times running an essay where a white woman complains about how African-American men are rude and then blames it on race?’ he told Fox News.
‘The paper and the author would be skewered. The left’s new default is that white people are doing wrong at every turn – even walking down the street.’
Criticism on social media over the piece came swiftly and primarily from conservatives.