KGW posts racist 50s photo on air

Boy Scout games, 50s-style. Oops! (Check this out 21 seconds into the video) These days you can only say the word if you are black, also allowed to be used often and repeatedly in rap songs. In the 50s, the word was tossed around liberally. KGW later apologized. Obviously, the folks at KGW should have vetted the material prior to air. Maybe they will check their material before rushing it into production, next time.

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11 thoughts on “KGW posts racist 50s photo on air

  1. Nothing “inadvertent” about it. KGW is publishing anti-white agit-propaganda.

    The KGW purpose is to inflame racialist and anti-white racism.

    Not acceptable. KGW issuing the phony disclaimer is absolute propaganda.

    1. You must be talking about KING 5 Seattle. Diversity, equity and inclusion is the hiring criteria. There is a lot of white guilt sharing at KING 5.

  2. Not exactly related to this, but anyone else notice the mainstream media still hasn’t publicly shown mug shots or identified the shooters in Kansas City? Did some digging and found that, yep, they be thuggin’ it. Probably hear a bunch of mammas yellin’ that “theyuhh baby dindoo nothin’ man”. The dindoo tribe. Now if they was white boys, we’d be seeing them all over the place. Things that make you go hmmmm.

    1. The shooting isn’t the issue now. It’s the dogwhistle the governor used to describe the perpetrators. And probably the white people who chased or tackled them. Or anyone else who have used the word “thug” while also describing the perpetrators. That’s the issue now. Sarcasm font. ^^^

  3. I’m sure one person will be held accountable. probably fired for this. We live in a politically correct though insanely corrupt society. Thugs make the rules.

    1. News crawlers or tickers on TV often contain grammatical or spelling errors. Even the most basic programs highlight these type of errors. (On this web site as well) Laziness, talent levels, producers? Or yes, maybe intentional.

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