News Anchor Expertly Claps Back At Viewer Who Called Her N****r

News Anchor Expertly Claps Back At Viewer Who Called Her N****r

News Anchor Expertly Claps Back At Viewer Who Called Her N****r

While discussing how shifting racial demographics of Atlanta played a part in the recent Georgia city mayoral election, news anchor Sharon Reed stopped the live programme to discuss the email that had been sent in from viewer Kathy Rae.

Reporter Sharon Reed's epic takedown came in response to an email from a viewer, who called her the n-word. According to Reed, she repeatedly wrote "Niger", which is a country in Western Africa. You are what I call a N***r not a black person. "Number one, you mischaracterize what I said. It's one that we're having tonight because it's one that you are talking about at home and it's one that has clearly entered the Atlanta mayor's race", she said. That's why my colleagues and I, white and black, said let's go for it.

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"We do try to keep it real here", she added.

The original email from a woman identified as Kathy Rae, which Reed showed on air, said: "You need to be fired for the race baiting comment you made tonight". "I get it. On Dec. 5, 2017, you think it's OK to call this journalist a n***er". But instead, I'll let your words, Kathy Rae, speak for themselves. "And that's the last word".

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As votes poured in for Keisha Lance Bottoms, a Black woman Democrat, and Mary Norwood, a white Independent candidate, Reed and her co-anchors Ben Swan and Alicia Roberts discussed the impact of race on the election in which Bottoms ultimately emerged victorious pending a recount. On the other hand, a Bottoms win "would continue a run of African-American mayors that began with Maynard Jackson in the mid-1970s". "It's not the first, second, third, or hundredth - voicemails, emails - not necessarily to my face [but] over the phone", she says. She used it multiple times.

Reed has also commented on the now-viral moment, telling the Atlanta Journal Constitution that she chose to use the n-word in its entirety in the moment, and that she is "not a fan of the use" of the word in general. Taylor, then 36, had been the subject of what a 2002 Daily News article calls "foul, scatological, racist, sexist" messages posted to online TV forums which she believed were authored by Reed.

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