The Washington Post getting Sue Schafer, a woman you never heard of, fired from her job for wearing ‘Blackface’ to WaPo Cartoonist Tom Toles Halloween Party in 2018.
WaPo’s imbecilic article only proves just how absurd the media have become in 2020.
The over an “offensive” blackface Halloween costume that some woman had worn to a party thrown by Washington Post cartoonist Tom Toles two years ago.
But what made WaPo’s “3,000-word, two-byline investigation” far more egregious was the fact that this story targeted a woman, who was not a politician, and who, other than her family, and friends no one had ever heard of before they published their hit-piece
A 3,000-word, two-byline investigation informing you that a woman you have never heard of, who is not a public figure (until now!), wore an offensive Halloween costume two years ago at a WaPo cartoonist's party.https://t.co/OZM8aI58Al
— Jesse Singal (@jessesingal) June 18, 2020
At the 2018 Halloween party at the home of The Washington Post’s editorial cartoonist Tom Toles,
A middle-aged white woman named Sue Schafer wore a conservative business suit and a name tag that said, “Hello, My Name is Megyn Kelly.” Her face was almost entirely blackened with makeup.
As many of you remember the former Fox News host Meghan Kelly, at the time of this party was just let go from her NBC morning show gig.
Kelly was kicked to the curb after triggering NBC liberals by defending the use of blackface by white people when she stated:
“When I was a kid, that was okay, as long as you were dressing up as, like, a character.”
But I digress.
Of course, the parties host Tom Toles was so offended upon seeing Sue Schafer wearing blackface that he never even bothered to kick her out of the party?
Most of the approximately 100 liberal leftist guests who attended the American University Park neighborhood Halloween party said, shockingly, NOT shockingly, that they didn’t even notice Schafer was wearing blackface.
I, of course, am not defending Sue Schafer’s blackface idiocy. But I am pointing out how the Washington Post no qualms about holding a non-politician, no-name accountable for attending a party that took place almost two years ago in which not even their liberal coworker found her costume objectionable?
But the same triggered Washington post was only able to give a half-hearted attempt to hold Virginia Governor Ralph Northam for his Blackface/white Hoodie wearing yearbook picture. Or that he/she blackface wearing buffoon Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.
In case you’re wondering. Yes, Susan Schafer is a flaming liberal.
"On her Facebook page, Schafer posts often about her opposition to President Trump and her support of immigrants, gun control, gay rights and anti-racism causes, including photos she took at marches and demonstrations she attended.” https://t.co/qtMCLpE8ny
— Jude Sheerin (@judesheerin) June 18, 2020
This story about a liberal woman wearing blackface (to a liberal Washington Post employee's party full of liberal guests) to disparage Megyn Kelly's defense of another woman dressing up as Diana Ross (comments for which Kelly was fired) contains multitudes https://t.co/mILG9ofn6G
— Mollie (@MZHemingway) June 18, 2020
National Conservative media figures pounced on WaPo’s hit piece garbage:
This is one of the funniest and stupidest things to ever be in a newspaper and yet every word is somehow worth reading in order to understand the mindset of some reporters who deemed this worthy of printhttps://t.co/jQk7L4ipfR
— Joe Gabriel Simonson (@SaysSimonson) June 18, 2020
this article defines the moment, better than anything on the planet. https://t.co/neQc4oUXVJ
— GregGutfeld (@greggutfeld) June 18, 2020
Tommy Toles Does the Joe Biden two-step.
The 68-year-old Pulitzer Prize winner who draws cartoons from a decidedly Trump-Hate liberal perspective, originally denied knowing who Schafer was, when he responded to an email from a triggered liberal asking who the blackface wearing bitch was?:
“apologies for your experience at the party. A lot of people show up who I don’t know, and I don’t recognize the woman you’re inquiring about.”
But within days, it became apparent that Toles was lying.
Not only had Tommy-Boy invited Sue Schafer to more than a few of his parties in the past. It turns out that she’s also a close friend of his family.
This forced Tommy Toles to do his rendition of the Joe Biden two-step excuse shuffle.
As all ‘do as I say, not as I do’ liberal Democrats typically do after they get caught, Tommy Toles played dumb.
Toles hysterically tried backtracking on his response, by saying that he somehow completely misinterpreted the “Who Dat?” email:
“I meant that I didn’t recognize any bad intent. I didn’t feel it was my place to tell her who my other guest was when she had misinterpreted what the other guest intended” with her costume.
So instead of Tommy Toles being a man and responding to ‘Who Dat?’ email by writing “It’s none of your business you triggered liberal loon”
It seems to me that by Tommy Toles adding ‘that he didn’t feel it was his place to say anything to his blackface wearing friend of the family’ just made things far worse for himself, considering the insanity he and his liberal progressive pals are currently spewing.
I won’t hold my breath waiting for these authors to write follow-up calling for the firing of Tommy Toles, since he was not even bother by his close friend wearing blackface, and then lied about knowing her.
My guess, since Toles is now 68-years-old he’ll announce his retirement, and then in a few months, Washington Post will announce that after taking multiple diversity & sensitivity awareness classes we would like to welcome back Tommy Toles.