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The New York Times correspondent claims that "There is a difference between being politically black and being racially black"

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Twitter of the NYT reporter, Nikole Hannah-Jones, literally burned with criticism after a post stating that skin color can change depending on the environment.

"There is a difference between being politically black and being racially black. I am not defending anyone but we all know this and should stop pretending that we don't," she wrote in a now-deleted tweet.

 

This tweet was in defense of another controversial wording by Joe Biden. In an interview on Friday, the US presidential candidate said, “If you have a problem to figuring out whether you’re for me or Trump and you ain’t black.”

After a tweet by Nikole Hannah-Jones and a statement by the former vice president, African Americans massively launched a campaign where they recorded videos in the MAGA-hats. Hannah-Jone decided to remedy the situation by explaining the removal of the tweet by saying that it wasn't "clearly written."

 

Author: Usa Really