Several years ago, I had many personal struggles and found myself in a place that is not representative of who I am as a person. I admit that I have used language publicly in the past which I am not proud of and that there is no excuse for.
Name: Karlie Hay
Profession: Miss Teen USA
Soc-Jus Charge: Race-crime; face-crime; old-think.
Soc-Jus Sentence: Public Shaming
Joy Camp Designation: August 2016
Sister Karly: Is Miss Teen USA 2016. Her interests and activities range from cheerleading to community service and she hopes raise awareness about the effects of alcoholism and drug abuse on family members.
After graduating from Tomball high school this summer, the blue-eyed blonde eighteen year old hopes to enroll at Texas A&M University. Her plan beyond college is to become a businesswoman and to continue advocating for those affected by drug and alcohol abuse.
Two Minutes of Hate: Big Sister had previously decreed that an unspoken three strikes rule must apply to all beauty pageant contestants until such time as it becomes possible to entirely memory hole this double plus ungood activity.
Like all contestants, Sister Karlie received an automatic first strike for willingly entering the patriarchal new flesh pleasure show and after participating in a flagrant display of racepriviledge with her fellow finalists, the possibility of public shaming became almost inevitable.
Within hours of receiving her crown members of the Youth League had dutifully reported her to thinkpol for a final fatal transgression after uncovering race-crime in her prolefeed and her fate was sealed.
Our new Wonder Bread-level white Miss Teen has an unfortunate Twitter history of very casually referring to her buddies as “my n____r.” Xavier Burgin
‘At that age I was being a follower. I was trying to fit in with my friends. The word was thrown around in the music I listened to and the friends I hung out with. I had no guidance. So it was a careless mistake.’ Miss Teen USA 2016
The junior anti sex league immediately called for her Crown given her inexcusable use of racist language on social media when she was fifteen.
The Miss Universe Organization condemned the tweets but stood by Hay after she agreed to make a public live TV apology on Good Morning Oceania .
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