Atlanta Reporter Drags Racist Viewer Who Called Her The N-Word

Atlanta Reporter Drags Racist Viewer Who Called Her The N-Word

"When arguing with someone, you have to be careful not to miscategorize their viewpoint, so I won't miscategorize your viewpoint", Reed continued.

"You need to be fired for the race baiting comment you made tonight". "You what's wrong with the world", it read.

"You are what's wrong with the world", she allegedly said at the end. It's one we're having tonight because it's one you are talking about at home.

At the time, Reed and her co-anchors were discussing the importance of race in Georgia's mayoral election, where both white and African-American candidates were taking part this year.

Atlanta TV anchor responds on air to a woman who called her a racial epithet

"I'm going to hold it, because I think there's some confusion behind the scenes", Reed responded, before explaining that she never said white people couldn't talk about racial issues. So I won't mischaracterize your view either, Ms. Kathy Rae.

"On Dec. 5, 2017, you think it's OK to call this journalist a n****r", she said.

A TV news anchor has shut down a racist viewer live on air, and the footage is one of the most satisfying things I've seen in a while. "I don't. I could clapback and say a few things to you, but instead I'll let your words speak for themselves". As reported on sites including the Root, she was discussing the racial dynamics in the Atlanta mayor race when Kathy Rae chose to reach out. The email was sent by a viewer going by Kathy Rae, and was read aloud by the news anchor. Norwood is running as an independent, white Bottoms is supported by the state's Democratic Party. You mischaracterize what I said. "And that'll be the last word", Reed said. Atlanta has had black mayors since the 1970s. That said, I really do believe that everyone is entitled to an opinion and we definitely put opposing views on the air all the time at CBS 46. "Right? Because we do try to keep it real here and I think we do a good job of it". She also called the journalist the N-word, although she somehow managed to misspell it. "It's not the first, second, third, or hundredth - voicemails, emails - not necessarily to my face [but] over the phone", she says.

Reed's powerful rebuke of the racist email was praised online.

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