Girl Whose “nigger hunting” Video Got Her Fired from Restaurant Also Kicked Out of Air Force


The unforgettable Tabitha “Tabbie” Duncan is back in the news.

The last time we say her she’d been fired from her waitressing job after a “nigger hunting” remark was captured on video and posted on social media. The Air Force also issued a statement condemning her, but had taken no action.

Now the Air Force has acted. It’s in the process of canceling her enlistment.

New York Post

A Missouri waitress who spewed racist hate on social media lost her day job — and now has been thrown out of the Air Force, according to reports.

Tabitha Duncan boasted that she wanted to go “n—-r hunting” in an offensive viral video, leading the Social Bar & Grill in St. Louis to can her, the Air Force Times reported.

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20 Year Old Waitress Fired After Snapchat Video Surfaces with Her Boasting of Going “nigger hunting”

Even the U.S. Air Force is involved in condemning Tabby Duncan.

The overreaction may be crazy, but it’s typical.


Tabitha ‘Tabby’ Duncan, a 20-year-old Missouri waitress, was fired from her job after she was filmed in a SnapChat video talking about going ‘n****r hunting’. In the video, Duncan can be seen saying the racist comment while drinking a beer and riding on top of a pick-up truck. The 15-second video was posted to Facebook on Sunday, June 10.

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White Ingenuity: Pod Pack Plane, 1950 (Video)

Four minutes. Before diversity, the world seemed as if there were no limits.

From the youtube information box:

Film from British Pathe’ via the Rick Prelinger Archives. Great footage of the sole XC-120, a further development of the C-82 Packet & C-119 Flying Boxcar, which never came to fruition beyond the prototype. Since I was a kid in the ’60s, I’ve loved experimental stuff from the ’50s, and this gem is no exception. Be sure to check my channel for the best in VINTAGE & RARE airliner videos!

Air Force Academy Symposium Promotes Tranny, Marxist, and Elderly Jew Sex Guru as Role Models


Every day in the news, there’s a new story that shoves offensive politically correct crap in the faces of decent Americans.

The American military’s embrace of social engineering is far from over.

Imagine what Muslims would do to a transgender Air Force pilot shot down and captured. You can bet that the new PC AF would go to extreme lengths to save their chick with a d*ck.


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Air Force Academy First Sergeant Admonished over “microaggressions” in E-mail on Importance of Good Grooming


An Air Force first sergeant held up Michael Jordan as a role model for all cadets.

Somehow blacks (I assume it was blacks) and higher ups in the Air Force considered this a racist “microaggression.”

Who even uses that word except for libtard morons!

There’s a survey at the source site for this post, asking whether the first sergeant was out of line. 91 percent voted that the Air Force is too politically correct.

Air Force Times

The first sergeant of the Air Force Academy’s cadet wing sent an email on cadet grooming standards Wednesday that included racially tinged language, prompting a rebuke from academy leadership.

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Mystery Meat Woman NCO in Uniform Calls Out N*ggers in the Military in Viral Video

This isn’t going to go well for the woman in the short video, but the truth is that blacks bring their entitled mentality along with their incompetence into the American military.

Neither blacks nor women should be allowed in the military, except possibly as was the case during World War II when they had their own branches of the services.

Negro Ex-Airman Finds Interesting Way to Avoid Paying Child Support


When yo babies is deahd yuz ain’t got to pay dat baby mama nuffins.

Rather than send Jeremy on a paid vacation to prison, just execute him. For what purpose is he being kept alive at taxpayer expense.


A former airman was sentenced on Monday in Colorado to life in prison for the murder of his 4-year-old son, whom he had only recently met, PEOPLE confirms.

Jeremy Deonte Ralph, 26, was found guilty in August in Colorado’s Fourth Judicial District Court of first-degree murder by one in a position of trust in the 2016 death of Montana Glynn. Ralph was also convicted of second-degree murder after deliberation, child abuse and recklessly causing death.

The jury reportedly determined that though Ralph didn’t intend to kill his son, his actions were knowingly and “practically certain” to lead to death.

Ralph’s defense attorney, Rose Roy, tells PEOPLE her “client maintains his innocence and plans to appeal.”

During Ralph’s sentencing, El Paso County, Colorado, Deputy District Attorney Donna Billek told the judge that Ralph was heard in a recorded jail phone call making a joke that he now had “one less baby mama.”

“It’s laughter to him — it doesn’t mean anything at all,” Billek said, according to the Colorado Springs Gazette.

Montana was found unresponsive on Dec. 14 after Ralph called 911. The man told authorities that he had taken sleeping medication and fallen asleep while his son was in the bathtub, and when he awoke the child was floating in the tub and not breathing.

However, when authorities arrived to the family’s Colorado Springs, Colorado, apartment, they discovered that the bathtub was dry, according to police.


“There was no water in the tub,” Colorado Springs detective Terry Thrumston tells PEOPLE. “The child wasn’t in the tub and there was no water in the tub. The child was found in the living room. The story was not consistent with the explanation given.”

Thrumston says Ralph was the only adult in the home at the time. The boy’s mother, who is active-duty military, was at work.

Detectives also found small amounts of the boy’s blood in different locations around the apartment, Thrumston says.

“There were injuries inconsistent with the explanation he [Ralph] gave, and the scene also showed that there were different areas of the house that showed evidence that some kind of struggle took place,” she explains.

A coroner later concluded that the boy died from blunt force trauma and he may have been strangled.

Authorities suspected that Ralph lied about what happened in a poor attempt at a cover-up. They also claimed he attempted to hide evidence of the killing by putting some of the boy’s clothes in a washing machine.

“If you are reporting your child is in need of assistance, why [would] your washer be going at the time?” Thrumston says.

According to the Gazette, Montana’s mother and Ralph met and had a short relationship at an Air Force base in Nebraska in 2011.

Ralph learned he was a father in 2014 and decided he wanted to have an active role in his son’s life. (It was not immediately clear when Ralph left military service.)

Ralph met Montana “in the summer [of 2016], but it was a brief meeting,” says Thrumston. “He met him in the summer and came here in November. He was living in the home.”

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Within a month of his arrival, however, Ralph complained to one friend via text and social media that he was “about to put hands and feet on him,” referring to the boy, the Gazette reports.

The boy’s mother also alleged that Ralph said she didn’t properly discipline their son and she would have to start “punching” him.

“This is a horrible case,” Thrumston says. “Anytime a child dies or is murdered it is a horrible thing.”

The Negro is still saying he dindu nuffins.

Some things never change, do they!