“It’s absolutely wrong what happened to them. They were not involved in this incident at all”
In the course of the hoax, a janitor and a cafeteria worker were falsely smeared as racists. Jodi Shaw is now trying to help them out through fundraising.
Tucker asked Jodi why she is doing this. She responded, “Because it’s wrong. It’s absolutely wrong what happened to them. They were not involved in this incident at all, and by the way the custodian who actually did call campus police was also not in the wrong. And you know, my version of social justice is people using their privilege, in my case I was privileged to be a graduate of Smith College. When I see wrong, I want to do something to help.”
Watch the segment below:
The cafeteria worker spoke out about the incident recently.
The Daily Mail reports:
Smith College cafeteria worker who was smeared with false racism claim says her life has ‘never been the same’ as she files internal complaint
The cafeteria worker at Smith College who was hit with a false allegation of racism has filed an internal complaint against the school, saying her life has ‘not been the same since.’
Jackie Blair, a longtime cafeteria employee at the elite liberal arts women’s college in Northampton, Massachusetts, spoke out in an online fundraising appeal to cover her legal and medical expenses.
‘In the summer of 2018 I was falsely accused of racism by a black student on her Facebook page and my life has not been the same since,’ she said…
‘I work as dining service staff at Smith College. I also happen to be white, which should not be relevant, but Smith College has made clear it is,’ Blair wrote on her fundraising page.
If you want to donate to the funds Jodi mentioned on Tucker’s show, click here.
The custodian has also set up a GoFundMe here.
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