Intern Mediaite Cast as White Supremacist Is Actually BlackAmber Randall
The Daily Caller
Jun. 23, 2017
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The congressional intern Mediaite cast as a white supremacist Wednesday is actually black, The Daily Caller News Foundation has learned.
Nate Washington is a black conservative attending Western Kentucky University and is a former intern of Republican Sen. Tom Cotton.
Mediaite contributor Caleb Ecarma implied that Nate Washington is a white supremacist by linking his use of the term “cuck” to alt-right and neo-Nazi groups and framing his political views as racist, all the while leaving out mention of his race.
“He 100 percent tried to cast me as a white supremacist,” Washington told The DCNF.
Washington referred to House Speaker Paul Ryan as a “cuck,” to the British as “faggots” and to Americans as “the superior race,” Ecarma reported, based on a recording he obtained while talking to Washington at a party. Washington told TheDCNF Ecarma recorded him and his two roommates without their permission.
“The recordings were all recorded without my or either of my roommates’ consent. I’m not going to speak on anything that was said during that recording,” Washington told The DCNF. “But I was certainly intoxicated at the time and so was everyone else.”