#1 Mediaite Tried So Hard To Make A Black Intern Look Like A White Supremacist by ThirstyMan 24.06.2017 07:54


by AMBER RANDALL, 06/22/2017

The congressional intern Mediaite cast as a white supremacist Wednesday is actually black, The Daily Caller News Foundation has learned.

Nate Washington is a black conservative attending Western Kentucky University and is a former intern of Republican Sen. Tom Cotton.

Mediaite contributor Caleb Ecarma implied that Nate Washington is a white supremacist by linking his use of the term “cuck” to alt-right and neo-Nazi groups and framing his political views as racist, all the while leaving out mention of his race.

“He 100 percent tried to cast me as a white supremacist,” Washington told The DCNF.

Washington referred to House Speaker Paul Ryan as a “cuck,” to the British as “faggots” and to Americans as “the superior race,” Ecarma reported, based on a recording he obtained while talking to Washington at a party. Washington told TheDCNF Ecarma recorded him and his two roommates without their permission.

“The recordings were all recorded without my or either of my roommates’ consent. I’m not going to speak on anything that was said during that recording,” Washington told The DCNF. “But I was certainly intoxicated at the time and so was everyone else.”

Ecarma dedicated several paragraphs connecting Washington’s use of the term “cuck” to white supremacists. Cuckold is a term that dates back to 13th century Middle English and refers, explicitly, to a man whose wife has committed adultery. The husband, in such a case, is referred to as a cuckold.
Ecarma linked the word “cuck” to far-right organizations and used the phrase “white supremacist” once and “white nationalist” two times to describe use of the term. He even relied on testimony from one of the shrillest voices on the left, Joan Walsh, to further cast the term as “racially charged.”


Regardless of whether “cuck” is a racially charged word, Ecarma should note the person who used it is black to give the comments better context. Otherwise, it appears that a white nationalist or neo-Nazi is saying it.

The same principle applies to Washington’s comments about Americans as a “superior race.”

“He continued his conversation with this reporter by saying ‘Americans are the superior race to everyone in the world … we’re superior people’ — his evidence for such an assertion came from America’s wartime record,” Ecarma wrote.

Once again, leaving out Washington’s race makes the heavy implication that he is a white nationalist or neo-Nazi.



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