Thought Police Redux: Anti-White Group Openly Seeks to Have “Racists” Fired
RACIST TROLLS REPARATION TEAM insists they have a line of where commentary crosses into hate and racism and when they see public social media comments cross that line, they will make sure the user’s employer knows about it.
“Are you the social media police? No. No. No we’re not [the social media police],” Morisette Grazzini (pictured) says. “I would say we are the journalists. We are providing information. That is all we are doing.”
Minnesota-based Andrea Morisette Grazzini heads up the Racist Trolls Reparation Team, or RTRT. She describes her members as on the lookout for hateful trolls and language that might be construed to incite violence posted, often towards the Black Lives Matter movement. Morisette Grazzini then rattles off a letter to the employer with the posts attached and a gentle suggestion that someone else may be a better fit for the job.
Her group has sent out more than 60 of those letters in the last few months, with the group posting their alleged offenders on a publicly available database-style document.
“Freedom of speech ceases to become [that] when it’s hate speech,” Morisette Grazzini says. “There are laws against hate speech.”
One man on RTRT’s radar, whom Fox 9 agreed not to name publicly, says his employer recently received a letter from the group with a screengrab of one of his Facebook posts.
“It’s a wait and see at this point where I have my job in a couple of weeks or not,” He told Fox 9.
The man insists he isn’t racist, but acknowledges he wrote a short public Facebook post when Black Lives Matter announced their upcoming efforts to peacefully shut down the popular Crashed Ice event in St. Paul.