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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15 Syracuse Frat Bros Suspended for Racist, Antisemitic, Misogynist Video

The fake news media has said that the above video of a group of fraternity brothers engaging in some politically incorrect male bonding is hard to watch.

Hard to watch?

It’s not the media’s job to tell the audience what is or isn’t hard to watch.

After suspending the fraternity in April, when the video surfaced, Syracuse University has now suspended the college men.

They have lawyers and are fighting back, however.

The university may not like what the lads said, but they would have every right to say it in a free country. Actually, many viewers surely find it refreshing that the young men never bound themselves to politically correct behavior.

Their words, uttered in private, harmed no one, so how can kicking them out of school be justified.

New York Post

SYRACUSE, N.Y. — Syracuse University suspended 15 members of a fraternity following the release of a video showing pledges using racial slurs and simulating a sexual assault of a disabled person, lawyers for the students said Friday.

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Iceland Blasted by Retarded SJWs for “Aryan white power” World Cup Video

Although most Americans don’t follow the World Cup, race conscious white people who are proud to be white might want to make an exception and root for Iceland this year.

An official video promoting Iceland’s historic bid to win this year’s World Cup has been blasted for its white power imagery and for portraying the players as ‘inhuman’.

The video depicts Iceland’s squad as viking-type warriors in an animated illustration.

Here’s the so-called offensive video on Facebook:

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High School Students Saying Taboo Word in Snapchat Video Prompts Classmates to Walk Out in Protest



The word “Nigger” is a perfectly fine word. It’s simply “Niger,” the name of a country in Africa, with an extra “g” added.

What’s disturbing is seeing a large number of brain dead white youths siding with their Nigger school mates. It’s going to take some life experiences for them to learn that everything they work for in life will be partly stolen from them by government in order to support lazy, unintelligent worthless Niggers.

CBS News

BROOKLINE, Mass. — A racist Snapchat video targeting a high school student in Massachusetts has offended many students and parents, CBS Boston reports.

In the video, two current students and one former student call out the targeted student by name and make reference to an honors program that he participates in, according to Brookline High School junior Shaniyah Clouden.

“They were repeatedly saying the n-word, hard r, over and over and over again and they sent it to a student of color on Snapchat,” said Clouden. “Not only using the n-word, but targeting our program for us in a derogatory way.”

Clouden says she posted the video on Facebook to bring attention to the issue.

“When she sent me the video I was shocked, I was really shocked, I was appalled,” said parent Natasha Browne.

The Brookline school department says it’s aware of this video and another similar one. The superintendent sent out a letter to parents about the investigation, saying those involved will be disciplined.

“We are disgusted and deeply disturbed that any member of the BHS community would make such vile, hate-filled videos,” the letter to families said. “We want to be clear these types of videos and behavior are unacceptable and have no place in our community.”

The Brookline Justice League is hoping the district deals with the issue of racism head on.

“Just words aren’t enough. I’d like to know what the school is going to do,” said Mariela Ames of the Brookline Justice League.

“I think it’ll really open up people’s eyes to the fact that racism is still alive,” said Clouden.

On Thursday, hundreds of students left their classrooms to make a unified statement denouncing the racist video.

School officials say they will be providing opportunities for students to meet with staff members to discuss the videos and what’s being done to prevent something like this from happening again.

After eight years of POS Obama, this is what you get:

British Airways Investigating Hostess’s “Racist” Snapchat Video Critical of Nigerian Passengers


The truth, caught on tape, can get you fired today. Thus, remain anonymous when you speak the truth, but keep speaking it.

A British Airways air hostess is under investigation after a shocking video surfaced of her making racist comments about passengers on a flight to Nigeria.

The woman, clearly wearing her BA uniform, recorded a Snapchat video from her car before she was due to fly from London Heathrow to Abuja on Friday night.

In the one-minute video, the unnamed hostess discusses how she was going to deal with passengers on the six-hour flight.

She said: ‘Alright, so all of yous are there getting ready for your Friday night, getting in the pre-drinks, you know, as you do.

‘And I’m here, getting ready to go to work, put on a yellow life jacket, point out the exits, hand out chicken or beef, what sort of Friday night is this for me?

‘The upside is I’m going to Nigeria and there’s gonna be bare B**, I’m joking, I’m joking.

‘All the Nigerians are gonna be there like ‘gimme Coca Cola, gimme me beef, why you have no beef left? I want beef.’

‘And I’m just gonna be there like, ‘Sorry sir, we ran out of beef’.

‘All the Nigerians are gonna be there asking for f****** upgrades because they haven’t got enough leg room because their B**s are in their way. Big d**** like this swinging from side to side.’

The footage has since been circulated among shocked cabin crew who reported it to the airline.

A source told MailOnline: ‘My friend was horrified. BA has a culture of dealing with things like this internally, she passed it to me because she was concerned that nothing was done.’

Today, the airline said: ‘We expect the utmost professionalism from our staff when they are representing British Airways.

‘We are investigating this video.’

An alleged friend must have turned this poor truth-telling woman into the airline. With friends like that, who needs enemies. Right?

At Metro the leftist commenters are negative toward this woman for daring to complain about uncivilized apes on planes. At the Daily Mail, the comments I saw were more sympathetic.

Somehow, for some reason, I get the feeling that if you were to say to the unidentified air hostess that diversity is our strength, she’d make sure to seat you next to one of those lovely Nigerians with the big balls and big swinging dicks.

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Published on Jul 20, 2017

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