F**k 12: Black Oregon County Employee Settles $100,000 Lawsuit Over “Blue Lives Matter” And Racial Hostility

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Oregon County Employee Settles $100,000 “Blue Lives Matter” Lawsuit

That’s right, give that sista all her coins. Pay her like you owe her for all the time that you hoe’d her.

According to NYDailyNews Karimah Guion-Pledgure will be awarded a $100,000 settlement from her employer, Multnomah County, after she sued their a$$es for creating a racially hostile and insensitive environment just to appease some anti-Black cop lovers.

Back in September of 2017, a probation officer who works in her office put up a big “Blue Lives Matter” flag on the wall. Karimah complained because obviously the flag is meant to mock, demean, insult, and otherwise diminish the “Black Lives Matter” mantra that aims to hold police accountable for all the Black people they often eagerly kill.

Karimah says she was harassed as her co-workers argued that there was nothing derogatory about the flag. In response, since the supervisors would not force the man to take the flag down, Karimah put up photos of all the Black people who have died unfairly at the hands of police officers. A co-worker immediately complained but Karimah refused to remove the photos since the white man was not made to take his flag down.

When the sign policy was changed to require smaller signage, the “blue lives matter” folks all brought smaller flags, and then left signs on Karimah’s “equity wall” that read “thanks a lot” and “bi*ch”. Real classy.

After going on leave for weeks, Karimah decided to file a $420,000 lawsuit and eventually settled for $100,000 this week.

Oregon Live reports that no signs at allowed at all in the office now. Karimah won AND got paid to leave.

Nothing like the smell of white tears in the morning.

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