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US Air Force Sergeant Removed From Post After Expletive-Filled Facebook Rant About ‘Black Females’

30th January 2018

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Tech Sgt Geraldine Lovely has been “removed from her supervisory role” after the Facebook post went viral over the weekend, officials at Nellis Air Force Base near Las Vegas have said.

The Sergeant is female and apparently white or Hispanic.

“It pisses me the f*** off that they have no respect and constantly have attitude,” Ms Lovely says in the video. “What the f*** is up with that?”

That’s the way they were raised. Good manners have no value in the ‘hood.

The Air Force base said that they will be using the profane video to start a dialogue within their ranks.

Said ‘dialogue’ will be rather one-sided: ‘You WILL shut up about this.’ Been there, heard that.

One Response to “US Air Force Sergeant Removed From Post After Expletive-Filled Facebook Rant About ‘Black Females’”

  1. RealRick Says:

    The old saying, “The truth hurts” is now only applicable to the one who tells the truth.

    I worked in a refinery where the black females sued the company for discrimination. They started an internal war with the Hispanic females because the Hispanics would not join the suit. (As one told me, “I would have to lie on the witness stand.”) The black women started calling them “coconuts” (brown on the outside, white on the inside). No, there’s no reason to ask why that wasn’t considered, “raaaaaacist”. Ultimately, the company gave the black women a few bucks and some minor promotions, and the divide between the women became a normal thing.

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