Mayor Lightfoot Defends Her Racist Interview Policy: “As a Woman of Color, as a Lesbian, It’s Important to Me That Diversity is Put Front and Center” (VIDEO)


Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot defended her racist interview policy and basically argued that since she’s a black lesbian Democrat, she’s allowed to exclude whites.

Lightfoot is facing backlash after announcing an anti-white racist plan to only allow “black and brown” reporters to interview her about her two year anniversary in office.

At least one Latino reporter who was granted an interview has cancelled in protest.

Instead of admitting she’s a racist and changing course, Lightfoot doubled down and defended her racist interview policy.

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“As a woman of color, as a lesbian, it’s important to me that diversity is put front and center,” Lightfoot said.

Diversity = no whites allowed


Chicago mayor Lori Lightfoot defends her policy of only granting interviews to ‘Black and Brown’ journalists: “As a woman of color, as a lesbian, it’s important to me that diversity is put front and center.”

— The Post Millennial (@TPostMillennial) May 20, 2021

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