As reported by The National Sentinel, Taiyesha Baker is “no longer” employed at the hospital after tweets in which she blamed white women for the world’s evils that surfaced last week.
“A recently hired IU Health employee tied to troubling posts on social media this weekend is no longer an employee of IU Health,” a hospital spokesperson said in a statement.
Baker got into hot water after sending out a tweet claiming that white mothers are raising potential rapists and murderers.
“Every white woman raises a detriment to society when they raise a son. Someone with the HIGHEST propensity to be a terrorist, rapist, racist, killer, and domestic violence all star. Historically every son you had should be sacrificed to the wolves Bitch,” she tweeted.
The Gateway Pundit published a screenshot of the offensive tweet, adding, “Wouldn’t you love to have this racist taking care of you LATE AT NIGHT?”
Before firing her, the hospital acknowledged it was aware of the tweets and was investigating, stating that as the probe progressed Baker was not being allowed to take care of patients.
“IU Health is aware of several troubling posts on social media which appear to be from a recently hired IU Health employee. Our HR department continues to investigate the situation and the authenticity of the posts,” one official said.
IU Health spokesman Jason Fechner confirmed to the Indy Star newspaper that Baker worked for the health system when the tweet was posted.
What’s also disturbing is that her claims about white crime are not even close to being accurate. According to 2016 FBI Crime Data:
— Murder and Manslaughter rates per 100,000 people: Black — 12.37; Hispanic — 2.54; White — 1.42.
— Aggravated Assault per 100,000 people: Black — 254.34; Hispanic — 112.84; White — 65.68.
— Robbery Rate per 100,000 people: Black — 104.22; Hispanic — 23.29; White — 10.32.
— Rape Rate per 100,000 people: Black — 13.57; Hispanic — 6.94; White — 4.45.
— Weapons Violation Rate per 100,000 people: Black — 130.13; Hispanic — 42.04; White — 23.55.
And so on. But you’ll never read about these details in any of the mainstream media reporting because they don’t fit the narrative those pinheads are trying to push: That whites are the evil, dangerous predators in our country, and as such must be constantly belittled, shamed, and called out (even though none of it is true).
Why doesn’t the media report honestly on these statistics? Wouldn’t doing so actually help the minority communities, especially black communities? Wouldn’t it be a real service to the black community for them to have to directly face these statistics so that they could begin their own processes of addressing them? (Related: Public school teachers now routinely discriminating against white people based on the color of their skin.)
You’d think that. After all, one of the media’s primary purposes is to report things honestly and fairly, so that problems — in politics, in our culture, in our society — can be addressed.
But no. The Alt-Left legacy media hacks would rather rile us all up and divide us — by race, creed, color, ethnicity, socioeconomic status, education, sex — by whatever means possible, because they want us at each other’s throats. They think that when we feud amongst each other, they are the ones who are empowered, and to an extent, they are correct.
Why do we keep giving them that power, though? What is it about our own behaviors and reactions that we can fix in order to deny the media hacks their precious power to divide, sway, influence, and conquer us?
We in the independent media can help by doing just what I did above: Reporting the facts. Readers can do their part by learning, and sharing, those facts.
We can (and should) also call out the haters and true racists (like Ms. Baker) when we encounter them.
And we should ignore the mainstream media that is trying to divide us.
We’d better do all of these things, else we’ll end up at some point with cities that look like those mounds of rubble in Syria.
J.D. Heyes is editor of The National Sentinel and a senior writer for Natural News and News Target.