90 Miles From Tyranny : Journalist Labeled Racist for Mocking Indian Reporter During White House Press Conference

Friday, February 28, 2020

Journalist Labeled Racist for Mocking Indian Reporter During White House Press Conference

Had previously written article complaining about casual racism being widespread.

A New York Post journalist who once wrote about casual racism being widespread was caught on camera mocking an Indian reporter behind his back during a White House press conference.

The clip shows Ebony Bowden pulling strange faces and asking another journalist sat next to her “who is this guy?” as the Indian expresses his best wishes that the Trump administration will “keep America safe” from coronavirus.

Bowden then appears to look at another journalist to her right and bursts out in laughter before shaking her head.

She then scowls as if trying to understand the Indian reporter’s accent before raising her eyebrow.

The Twitter user who posted the video remarked, “Who is that reporter in the green mocking an Indian reporter? I bet she thinks Trump is racist..”

He then posted a link to an article Bowden had written in which she asserts that “casual racism” is “widespread” in Australia.

- She could be laughing at what he is saying (since it’s not related to the subject of the conference)
- She could be laughing at his accent.
I don’t know, you don’t neither, because we can’t read her mind.

The only thing we can say is that it doesn’t look professional.

The Indian reporter in question, Raghubir Goyal, has been a White House reporter since the days of President Carter, so it’s unlikely that...

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  1. Do you remember Covington Catholic High School student Nick Sandmann? People fell all over themselves reading all kinds of nefarious things into his manner and expression. The same thing is going on here. The comments about this reporter tell us more about the commenters than about the reporter.

    1. Really? I believe in my heart of heart she respects this Indian reporter, and is truly tolerant of others, especially of those who do not share her personal beliefs. As a flaming leftard she should not be held to the standards of the mere mortals who wish the President well, after all such individuals are highly flawed and thoroughtly suspect by the standards of the politburo elites.

    2. A difference between Sandmann and Bowden is Sandmann stood solidly stoic whereas Bowden plainly, obviously showed her feelings. Sandmann showed no emotions so the media had nothing but speculation bent towards libel. With Bowden, such peculation is not needed, her expressions and her mocking question shows all. If that is not enough, the writings of Bowden shows exactly her position.


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