Thanks to social media, those that board the white supremacy train run a good chance of being called out for it. Nationalists in Charlottesville found themselves job-less and school-less in the week following that event.
Every other day now, one white person or another is fired or suspended for exposing their racist views on Facebook or other internet platforms. This past week, 6 Miami firefighters were terminated for hanging a noose over a black lieutenant’s family photos.
As expected, their pictures were released to the press and circulated throughout the online universe. Now, the City of Miami is pushing for all media outlets to stop publishing the group’s photos.
It turns out that the firefighters union informed the city that they may be held liable for releasing “private information”. Thus far, no media outlets have taken the images down nor should they.
If your bold enough to do some racist ish, you should be bold enough to deal with all the consequences.