October 3, 2019
Is being a prison guard unexpectedly a terrible job?
Let’s get real here: being a prison guard/warden is a job that mainly involves beating up Black people and/or making their lives miserable.
So obviously, if you want that job well done, you’d better hire someone who’ll enjoy the process.
But how can you find such people?
The best way is to check for White guys who made politically incorrect jokes on the internet a few years ago.
A Tulsa police officer fired over social media posts, has landed a new job in Rogers County.
Wayne “Duke” Brown is now a detention officer in the Rogers County Jail.
“I am just a good person. I’m just a man trying to make a living,” said Brown, who is accused of racist posts on social media.
Yes… Just trying to make a living…
By beating up Black people.
I’m sure someone who made allegedly racist posts on Twitter (or whatever) will be fully qualified to provide service quality on par with the pictures above.
Within an hour and a half of learning about the questionable posts, Tulsa police administrators fired Brown. He had just graduated one month before from the police academy. The Tulsa Police department shared its social media policy, available online included in the manual.
Brown now has a new badge, working as a detention officer for the Rogers County Jail. Sheriff Scott Walton hired Brown after seeing the posts in question.
“I thought this was portrayed to be racist. If I thought Duke Brown had a racist bone in his body, he and I would never have had a conversation about a job. There is no room for that here,” said Walton.
Yeah, wink wink, nudge nudge.
“We totally don’t hire people with a grudge against Blacks on purpose, huehuehue…”
Walton has also hired former Tulsa Police Officer Betty Shelby, who was acquitted after shooting and killing an unarmed black man.
“I’ll get accused. Is this a political stunt or whatever? Uh, it’s not… I wouldn’t waste the resources,” said Walton.
This prison is obviously assembling a crack team of total chads to really make those Blacks’ lives miserable.
God bless ’em.
More importantly, the reason the media is even discussing this is obviously to pressure the prison into not hiring this man. In other words, after searching for wrong-think on social media, journalists will no longer stop at getting people fired from their jobs, but will continuously be posting updates on any business that hires the thought criminals.
What complete scumbags.
They won’t be stopping this badass prison warden though.