Race realist Katie Hopkins is probably the most demonized woman in Britain. She’s said some things in the past about Muslims and about British sovereignty that are truthful, but don’t fit the “narrative.”
Today’s Katie scandal du jour is much ado about nothing.
Katie Hopkins has provoked fury on social media after retweeting praise for her views on racism from a neo-Nazi Twitter account.
The loudmouth columnist had been sharing a recording of her show on LBC in which a caller called Joseph told her she came across as racist.
It featured her telling him: “I genuinely believe ‘racist’ as a word has been used so much.
“I’m sorry for the word racist in a way. I love language.
“It’s become used so much, it’s like a regular word now, it’s lost all meaning to me.”
After the show ended she tweeted the clip, writing: “Call me racist. I don’t care. I will stand up for white women being raped because you’re scared to offend Muslims.”
She later retweeted a message praising her from an account called AntiJuden SS, which featured a Nazi swastika on its avatar.
The tweet read: “Now that is the way it should be told.”
Horrified followers slammed her on Twitter.
The presenter later deleted the retweet, saying: “To be fair, I didn’t look at the Twitter handle. I have pulled the retweet.”
It’s too bad Katie pulled the retweet, but I forgive her. There’s been too many people wanting her fired for her to take unnecessary risk. The original retweet stands on it’s own merits.
This whole flap has drawn attention to the idea that racial profiling is good and that the word “racist” has lost its meaning since the left considers anything a white person says to be racist now.