This deranged and racist nutjob, who all but called for genocide against millions of people based entirely on their skin color, is currently writing the history curriculum that will be taught in your children's schools. She is a vile and hateful bigot. https://t.co/28ui4NSV5Y— Sean Davis (@seanmdav) June 25, 2020
In an indication of what was to come, the founder of the New York Times' 1619 Project penned a lengthy racist screed attacking all white people in 1995.
Nikole Hannah-Jones, the lead essayist on New York Times Magazine's 1619 Project, wrote a letter to the editor in Notre Dame's The Observer stating that "the white race is the biggest murderer, rapist, pillager, and thief of the modern world."
Hannah-Jones claimed that the actions of European settlers and explorers such as Christopher Columbus were "acts of devils" and likens them to Hitler.
"[The whites] lasting monument was the destruction and enslavement of two races of people," Hannah-Jones wrote.
This toxic whore then started peddling Africans-Built-the-First-Space-Shuttle type historical conspiracy theories:
Hannah-Jones claims Africans arrived in North America long before Europeans, but that unlike Europeans, Africans befriended and traded with the indigenous people.
She claims pyramids in Mexico are a symbol of said friendship. We were Kangs, yo. And the Times assigned her to be the "architect" for a major historical reanalysis. Perfect! She then moves into modern-day racist conspiracy theories:
She then moves to the present and argues that white people today still take advantage of other people.
"The descendants of these savage people pump drugs and guns into the Black community, pack Black people into the squalor of segregated urban ghettos and continue to be bloodsuckers in our community," she writes.
"Bloodsucker" is a slur often used by racist black radicals to refer to Jews.RTWT.