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18-Year-Old Exposes Her Parents On Twitter For Attending Capitol Riots

By Mary Margaret Olohan | 13 January 2021

DAILY CALLER — An 18-year-old Massachusetts girl exposed her family members on Twitter after she recognized them as participants in last week’s Capitol riot.

Helena Duke described the move as emotional in an interview with Good Morning America but said that “at the same time, if I did nothing I felt that I was as bad as them,” according to a local ABC outlet.

Rioters supporting President Donald Trump stormed the United States Capitol building Jan. 6, committing acts of vandalism and postponing the certification process as members of Congress were forced to evacuate the building. Duke found pictures of her mother, uncle and aunt participating in the riot and posted them to Twitter, the ABC affiliate reported.

“Hi mom,” Duke tweeted in a post that has since gone viral. “Remember the time you told me I shouldn’t go to BLM protests because they could get violent…this you?” […]

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4 Comments on 18-Year-Old Exposes Her Parents On Twitter For Attending Capitol Riots

  1. 18 years old, living at home and pulls that crap on her parents?!

    *** KICKED TO THE CURB ***

    Her social media message wasn’t “one of concern.” It was the thoughtless teenager snark.

    Even worse though is the fact that “Good Morning America” put on the program and gave this traitorous little bitch 15 minutes of fame

    Make an admirable example out of her is disgusting, peak social engineering.

  2. There were a number similar examples of this after Jan 06.

    [“Hi mom,” Duke tweeted in a post that has since gone viral. “Remember the time you told me I shouldn’t go to BLM protests because they could get violent…this you?”]

    “BLM protests”

    There’s a larger takeaway here: one of the notable achievements of the neo-liberal Establishment over the last few decades is the hijacking/co-opting/usurping of white female empathy, which is then redirected to whatever cause du jour is being promoted: homosexuality, transgenderism, BLM, etc etc — or against the ‘patriarchy’, ‘institutional racism’, ‘white privilege’, ‘whiteness’, etc etc — anywhere but toward white people generally, and white men in particular — I have a screenshot collection of white women expressing antipathy toward Whites and white society, including where they say things like they can never imagine feeling sorry for a white man.

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