Racist Nurse At Indiana University Fired For Anti-White Tweets – VIDEO

Taiyesha Baker, a racist nurse at Indiana University was fired after firing off a series of anti-white tweets over the weekend.

She was fired some outrageous tweets. One was that every white person born should be sacrificed to the wolves. Very racist and ignorant.

Check them out.

Racist Nurse At Indiana University

That wasn’t all. She also tweeted out some threats against white male children.

Racist Nurse At Indiana University Fired

Indiana University investigated Baker after these offensive remarks.

Per The Indy Star:

Indiana University Health is investigating a controversial tweet allegedly sent by a nurse who works for the organization.

The tweet, from an account named Night Nurse that has been linked to an employee named Taiyesha Baker, said: “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”

The account, @tai_fieri, was deleted and appears to have been recreated by a different user who posted new tweets Saturday.

IU Health spokesman Jason Fechner confirmed that Baker worked for the health system when the tweet was posted. He said human resources is investigating and will take appropriate action based on what it finds. He did not elaborate on the protocol for the investigation.

On Sunday Baker was fired.

What in the world was she thinking? That black people can’t be racist? Either way she is exposed and now on the unemployment line.

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