The Boston Globe today honored Monica Cannon-Grant as one of their 2020 “Bostonians of the year.”
This is not surprising as the Globe has promoted this woman relentlessly as some sort of civil rights icon, while intentionally ignoring her long and documented history of racism, violent threats, and unstable behavior. In July MCG posted a video on Facebook in which she accused Rayla Campbell, a black conservative woman running for Congress against Ayanna Pressley, of “riding white penis for a credit score,” and said of Rayla and her supporters that someone should “blow their fucking heads off.”
The following statements came out of the mouth of the woman the Globe labeled person of the year:
“This heffer running against Ayanna Pressley. This one here with the white husband. At some point we gonna have to have a conversation with black folks who get in a conversation with white folks and then forget that they black.”
“If white vagina and white penises jeopardize your melanin then we need you to sit in the back of the classroom and this ain’t your part of the show and you don’t get to talk right now.”
“Regardless of how many white penises you ride, and I ain’t mad at you sis because if you riding that mother f***er for a credit score get you that house boo. Get you that 40 acres and a mule. Just don’t forget you a n***er.”
“He getting pink uncooked vagina. I get it, I get it. But what I need you to do though is keep your mouth shut on black shit if you ain’t ready to be black”
“I’ll be damned if I let this melanin adjacent woman, whose proximity to white supremacy is so disgusting, be disrespectful to our congresswoman because white folks have convinced her that she was better. She’s an exceptional negro? Is that what it is?”
“Malcom X would’ve blown somebody’s head off.”
“I get it, you’ve been riding white penis for a while. I don’t give a shit. You and Tom, Chad, and Bill can get it.”
“Then you had the house negro who was so excited about being in the mother fucking house, that every time master got sick they was like ‘we sick master.’ That’s what this woman is.”
“We gonna figure out how to organize an event for our congresswoman Ayanna Pressley cuz we need this heffer to understand that regardless of how many white penises she ride, regardless of how many white supremacists she recruit, and regardless of how many Trump supporters she support, that at the end of the day keep your hands off. Keep your fucking hands off.”
“And when it comes to our district attorney Rachael Rollins, yes fuck the police all day long and twice on Sunday. But what you not gonna do is put your hands on that black woman you 4 white men.”
“I’m anti-coonery. There is a situation in this city of house negroes and field negroes that nobody wants to talk about. And the house negroes will always bow to the oppressor.”
Here’s another video of Monica threatening to murder police officers while repeatedly using vulgarity and the n word.
And here’s a collection of her greatest hits.
In that video she
- Threatened to incite a race war
- Repeatedly said “fuck the police”
- Threatened to organize mobs to threaten politicians and police
- Constantly used vulgarity despite being the head of a non-profit that is supported by several city councilors, the Mayor, Congressman Joe Kennedy, and Congresswoman Ayanna Pressley
- Bragged about how sources in City Hall “give her the drop on shit”
- Employs her son, who makes violent rap videos threatening to increase the murder rate in Boston
- Said that she’s “anti-coonery” and said that there are too many “house negroes and field negroes” in Boston
- Employs a man named Chris Lewis who assaulted peaceful protesters at Violence in Boston HQ and threatened to shoot them
- Called people supporting Marty Walsh “captain save a ho mother fuckers”
- Collected a $6K grant from DA Rachael Rollins officer which she claims she used to pay for abortions
Now here’s what Globe columnist Jenee Osterheldt had to say about Monica’s work this year.
Monica “knows what it means to be erased in conversations.”
No she doesn’t. Monica can’t stop talking. Monica wanted to erase Rayla Campbell from the conversation because she “rode white penis for a credit score.”
Monica said that people in interracial relationships “jeopardize their melanin” and must “sit in the back of the classroom and this ain’t your part of the show and you don’t get to talk right now.”
Monica said that black men with white girlfriends must “keep your mouth shut on black shit if you ain’t ready to be black,” because being with a white woman is “getting pink uncooked vagina.”
Monica erases people from the conversation who reject her brand of racism.
Monica was “met with resistance” in “the movement” by “potential mentors” like Rachael Rollins, who knew that she was too mentally unstable to be a figurehead in the sort of social changes Rollins hopes to make. She was met with resistance by Reverend Eugene Rivers, and admittedly tried to assault him.
No one wants to be represented by a woman who gets what she wants by threatening people. There are thousands of black people in Boston doing more to help black people on a daily basis than MCG is doing. All she’s doing is enriching herself, collecting awards, and threatening anyone who gets in her way.
Jenee Osterheldt is not from Boston. She came here from Kansas City and was hired by the Globe because she fits their brand of politics.
There’s no way she’s not aware of Monica’s violent, racist comments, and without the Globe’s complicity Monica wouldn’t be able to do any of this. Feel free to write a respectfully worded email to Jenee to let her know your thoughts on her choice of Monica Cannon-Grant as “Bostonian of the Year.”
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