Activist Olympian Gwen Berry Has Tweets Unearthed Mocking White, Mexican, and Asian People

Activist Olympian Gwen Berry, who has risen to fame by turning her back on the American flag while on the podium after finishing third during trials, is now in some hot water after tweets of hers were unearthed where she mocks White, Mexican, and Asian people.

The National Pulse was the first to report on the tweets, including one from 2011 where she said, “This lil white boy being bad as hell!! I would smack his ass then stomp him!! Smh #whitepplKids hella disrespectful.”

Berry also asserted in 2011 that “white ppl” run their “damn mouths too much” and are “sooo retarded when they are drunk” among other generalizations about the race that would undoubtedly be grabbing headlines on all news networks if it the race roles were reversed.

In addition to the anti-white posts, Berry has also made posts with a negative reference to Chinese people in 2011 and Mexicans in 2012, flat out stating that “Mexicans just don’t care about ppl.”

Berry has been defending herself vigorously since the photo, insisting in a recent interview that the national anthem is “disrespectful” to black Americans because of the supposed third verse that typically doesn’t get sung.

On Twitter, Berry recently quote tweeted a tweet from CNN’s KFile which reported that “a man who participated in the Jan. 6th Capitol riot, going into the building and cheering on the break in, was able to join GOP members of Congress on a trip to the border Tuesday.”

Using slang and apparently feeling like that situation justifies her stances, as most liberals do, Berry wrote, “Imma just leave this here.”

Berry also retweeted a video from an MSNBC show host Tiffany Cross earlier, tagging Cross and thanking her while exclaiming, “I love this!!!”

“The anthem wasn’t played for any other event that stood on the podium except for the women’s hammer throw. The media looks for controversy to improve ratings. They did their homework on me and didn’t hesitate to press the button,” Berry claimed.

Previously, we reported:

Political commentator Mark Lutchman scrutinized US Olympian Gwen Berry after she turned away from the flag while the National Anthem was playing at the Olympic trials in Oregon.

Lutchman described this decision made by Berry to be “a complete and utter embarrassment to our country.” Lutchman attacked Berry for deciding to paint such a poor picture of our country, especially after she was given a spot to represent us as an Olympian: “Gwen Berry, you should be absolutely ashamed of yourself! You are sitting here, as a black woman who claims to be so oppressed, who claims to be so victimized by a brutal white supremacist nation that doesn’t value black women or black people, yet you had been chosen to represent this nation that you dislike so much, that has oppressed you so much, you have been chosen to represent us among the rest of the world! And this, this is how you repay this country that has gotten you to where you are today?”

A fired up Lutchman continued, noting that Berry has the right to demonstrate in such a way, but believes that her actions will harm young children that look up to U.S. Olympians:

“I am absolutely humiliated by your actions on behalf of this country. We don’t agree with what you did. Did you have the right to do it? Sure. We have the right to do a lot of things that are morally reprehensible – and are a flat-out slap in the face to the country – but the fact that you actually did this stuff and you stand behind it – you have doubled down…in response to the criticism and backlash [received]…and believe you are absolutely justified in what you’ve done – young little black girls are supposed to look up to you and see a role model…and learns something from your story….gather something from your experience but instead they’re going to look at you and have a negative perception of the country that they’re being raised in…they’re going to grow up and look at like women like you?!”

Berry had doubled down, defending her actions on Twitter, saying “people in American rally patriotism over basic morality” and alleged that all the “phony sentiments regarding black lives were just a hoax”.