A spokeswoman for the West Virginia Attorney General has been fired after she was recognized in a racist “white genocide” video, where she repeated a slew white supremacist catchphrases.
Carrie Bowe was hired in 2015 as an assistant communications director under Republican Attorney General Patrick Morrissey. But she was sent packing this week after an article was published in the West Virginia Gazette outing her participation in the shockingly racist YouTube video.
The video, titled “THE ‘Stop White Genocide’ Video,” featured Bowe repeating the words of prominent South Carolina white supremacist Bob Whitaker: “anti-racist is a code word for anti-white.”
Everybody says the final solution to this race problem is for every white country, and only white countries, to assimilate, i.e., intermarry with all those non-whites,” Bowe proudly proclaims in the video before another woman adds, “How long would it take anyone to realize, I’m not talking (about) a race problem, I’m talking about the final solution to the black problem?”
If the phrase “final solution” sounds vaguely familiar, that would be because those are the same words used by the Nazis when referring to their attempts rid Europe of Jews through mass genocide in the 1930s and 1940s.
After her racist past came back to bite her in the ass, Bowe posted a pathetic apology on her Facebook page.
There’s something that’s surfaced of a project I was involved with several years ago. I understand this may be offensive and hurtful to some – know that was not my intention then and will never be my intent, but I take full ownership of my role in the message.
Unfortunately, I did not view the finished edit – my understanding of the project was not the reality of the completed product or the malice intentions of its creators. And while this action cannot be undone, I am working with all of my power to remove the content.
She seriously has the nerve to say that she needed to see the final edit of the video in order to know that the words coming out of her very own mouth were nothing but racist bullsh*t? Seriously?
“Please know that I am TRULY sorry,” she wrote, before letting everyone know that she is a Christian. Because that makes okay to spout off about white supremacism, right?
Bowe concluded her tone-deaf excuse for an apology by asking that if “you see something of concern, please do not pass it along or engage in public conversation on the matter.” She clearly doesn’t seem to grasp the concept of the internet, you know, the place where her white genocide video has been viewed 281,144 times as of this writing. She is the one who decided to “pass along” her racist ideologies and in my opinion, there cannot be enough “public conversation” on this particular matter.
Watch the video for yourself, here:
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