Open Thread | Nimrata Haley Needs To Keep Black Folks Out Her Mouth

Nimrata Haley has a nasty habit of putting Black folks in her mouth in her service to White Supremacy.

She needs to keep her mouth shut.

I call her Nimrata because that is the government name her parents gave her at birth. She threw away it, and the religion of her family in order to chase White Supremacy.

We are minding our business, and yet she can’t stop putting Black folks in her mouth to insult as she serves White Supremacy.

🍸Brenda Ham 🇺🇸💯 (@HamDog2011) tweeted at 0:05 PM on Sat, Jun 17, 2023:
Haley was born Nimarata Nikki Randhawa on January 20, 1972, at Bamberg County Hospital in Bamberg, South Carolina, to immigrant Sikh parents from Punjab, India. Her father, Ajit Singh Randhawa, and her mother, Raj Kaur Randhawa, immigrated to the United States from Amritsar…

She thought that she could come for former President Obama, and that folks wouldn’t notice.

She thought wrong.😒😒🙄🙄

Jeffrey Wright 🥜 (@jfreewright) tweeted at 6:55 PM on Fri, Jun 16, 2023:
Her father came to America on the back of progressive immigration policy reform and then taught, throughout his career, at an HBCU. His daughter grew up to ape rednecks.

Sherrilyn Ifill (@SIfill_) tweeted at 9:29 PM on Fri, Jun 16, 2023:
To put a finer point on it, the Immigration & Nationality Act of 1965 was enacted as a result of the activism of Civil Rights Mvmt. It removed the quota system that kept out immigrants of color in favor of northern Europeans Haley’s parents immigrated here in 1969.

Sherrilyn Ifill (@SIfill_) tweeted at 9:33 PM on Fri, Jun 16, 2023:
And when her parents came, they could sit at any lunch counter, travel in any rail car, sit at the front of the bus, and send their dark-skinned children to integrated schools as a result of the courage, activism & determination if the Black ppl she now denigrates as “victims.”


Another viewpoint on Nimrata😒😒

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9 Responses to Open Thread | Nimrata Haley Needs To Keep Black Folks Out Her Mouth

  1. rikyrah says:

    Terry Lee Watkins Jr. 王瑞民💜💙 (@TerryWatkinsJr1) tweeted at 9:57 PM on Mon, Jun 19, 2023:
    Candace Owens is Clarence Thomas’s horcrux.

    She orates perfectly what his soul desires and can only communicate through rulings.

  2. rikyrah says:

    April (@ReignOfApril) tweeted at 4:12 AM on Tue, Jun 20, 2023:
    I need y’all to see this for the anti-blackness that it is. Yes, even from Tim Scott. Barack is making movies riding a catamaran & Michelle is writing books with braided hair. They’ve been out of the White House for 7+ years & have NO interest in returning. So why mention them?

  3. rikyrah says:

    CALL TO ACTIVISM (@CalltoActivism) tweeted at 0:46 PM on Mon, Jun 19, 2023:
    🚨🚨🚨HOLY SHIT: The North Carolina GOP House Speaker engaged in group sex with people seeking political favor.


    A new lawsuit filed by former Apex City Councilman Scott Riley Lassiter claims that North Carolina House Speaker Tim Moore had an affair with…

  4. rikyrah says:

    Remote workers are earning almost $8,600 more on average than their in-office peers—but it’s coming at a cost

    Jane Thier
    Thu, June 22, 2023 at 7:00 AM CDT

    Alongside pricey commutes, sad desk lunches, and uncomfortable business clothes, add another reason to the list of why working from home holds greater appeal than the office for so many remote American workers: They’re earning an average $8,553, or 9.7% more, a year than their in-office counterparts.
    The findings back up other research that reveals those working from home are higher earners. Remote workers are twice as likely to earn above the local median pay for non-remote workers in the same industry: 17% to 58% more, a study from payroll and benefits firm Gusto found last fall. And, per a global 2022 report by job site Hired, remote workers in tech outearn in-person workers in 15 of 17 global markets. The pay gap is due to a variety of reasons, from the ability to work for a more lucrative company even if it’s in another state to companies simply passing along the money they saved from reducing their real estate footprint. But the higher pay comes at the cost of intangible assets—like making connections and gathering critical feedback, which give in-office workers the upper hand.

    Office managers stood to earn 31.7% more working remotely than they do in the office—the most out of any job Ringover analyzed. Public relations managers followed closely behind at 30.1%, along with customer service managers and data analysts. Ringover found only six in-office positions earning higher salaries than their remote counterparts: junior web developers (who earn 12.52% more in-office), supply-chain managers, UX designers, insurance underwriters, financial advisors, and sales assistants.

    The majority of workers in remote-capable jobs themselves said in a recent Pew Research report they felt that not being in the office limited their opportunities for mentoring and connection. Remote workers also get significantly less feedback than in-office workers, a September 2022 working paper by economists from Harvard, the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, and the University of Iowa found. Lack of crucial redirection is another setback that could stymie career advancement.–_8RN_Zzt_NIkwN7br98jCHJyEZq8KXCiLcFKExGKMe3xMlKQUblO4NGYI0PlqCvBhaHcJIaVZB050X_mF1xWBbgcmKYV4hIMrDOm1ZJYCFU6X8XVXBfy_lyBHPo0i7

  5. rikyrah says:

    uh huh

    Diana Leygerman (@dinachka82) tweeted at 9:19 PM on Tue, Jun 20, 2023:
    This is terrifying.

    This Moms for Liberty chapter chair reported every librarian in her county and accused teachers of fake crimes so they are put on leave during the investigation.

    I’m horrified.

    • majiirob says:

      I have a certificate in Middle Grades Education, and a Master’s Degree in MGE. I could still be teaching, helping to fill the vacancies, but I’m not going back into the classroom because of the way teachers are mistreated today. Why should I use my expertise to help the kids of parents who would report me if I said one word that ”hurt” their kids’ feelings? Education isn’t about feelings, it’s about knowledge, learning, and preparing students to be successful when they reach adulthood.

  6. rikyrah says:

    Democrat, Environmentalist, & the establishment (@BlueSteelDC) tweeted at 6:33 AM on Fri, Jun 23, 2023:
    The Left’s awkward force to push every issue into class over race–is one of the key reasons they have no credibility

    As this is an election year. There will be more disciples of that crap.

    Ending with some variation of black people don’t know whats good for them

    Democrat, Environmentalist, & the establishment (@BlueSteelDC) tweeted at 6:52 AM on Fri, Jun 23, 2023:
    Class issues didn’t kill Sandra Bland.

    Both the police officer and Sandra Bland had the right employment and economic conditions they tell use fixes racism.

    The Left propensity to tell people what their problems are and they know the fix ‘ You dummy” is alienating.

    • majiirob says:

      There is no group in America that tries to push their beliefs down others’ throats more than so-called conservatives. They are also experts at claiming to always be victims when the truth is that they’re the aggressors and persecutors of others, even members of their own party who would criticize them or their god-emperor DJT..

  7. rikyrah says:

    Good Morning, Everyone😊😊😊

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