After making an astoundingly anti-white statement attempting to slander conservatives over the Roe v. Wade decision’s leaked resolution, an anti-white writer deleted her Twitter account.
Amanda Duarte was aiming to offend pro-life conservatives when she posted a tweet that many people found insulting, and she deleted her account on Monday.
“I’m not sure how these white supremacist legislators would feel if their little white daughters were raped and impregnated by black men,” wrote the New York City-based comedian.
Duarte deleted the tweet but many screenshots were widely shared on social media.
The left is having a good day I see… pic.twitter.com/vPd1QPiK2L
— NevilleTheCat (@FearTheFloof) May 3, 2022
Duarte reactivated her account a day after deleting it, offering a lengthy apology for her anti-white post.
“The intent does not matter so I won’t try to explain or defend it,” tweeted Duarte.
“It was racist and has had a racist impact. I apologize to everyone who read it and was hurt by it,” she wrote.
“I deleted my account for a brief time because I wasn’t sure what to do, and I knew it wasn’t and isn’t to try to answer for what I said. Because many people are furious and want to tell me why, I’m reactivating it because I believe that it’s essential,” she continued in a second tweet.
“Please accept my heartfelt apologies, and if there is anything I can do to repair the harm caused by this, please let me know,” she concluded.
This goes to show the true depth of anti-white hatred that the Democrats and some Republicans have. When they forget to control their hate for white families and even children, it comes spewing out in the worst way possible.
Duarte’s reprehensible anti-white statement was just one of numerous inflammatory remarks from the Supreme Court in response to the leak.
On Tuesday, Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts confirmed the validity of the leaked draft decision and denounced the unknown source of the leak, describing it as a “betrayal” of the court’s confidentiality. He also stated that attempts to intimidate the court would fall short.
“I’ve instructed the Marshal of the Supreme Court to look into who leaked this information,” he stated.