Omarosa Was on a Panel About Police Brutality and Needless to Say it Went Off the Rails
There was little love for Omarosa Manigault at this year's National Association of Black Journalism Conference as attendees turned their backs and a panel on police brutality descended into chaos.
We've written about Omarosa Manigault before in not so flattering terms. That was one writer's opinion though.
Today she's causing an uproar in the American media sphere due to a panel appearance at the National Association of Black Journalist's Conference in New Orleans that people in the audience are calling everything from "tense" to "31 minutes of pure insanity."
The drama started when Omarosa, a White House political aide and Trump associate, was added to a panel on police brutality at the last minute causing everyone from the moderator—the New Yorker's Jelani Cobb—and another panelist—New York Times' Nikole Hannah-Jones—to pull out citing opposition to her last minute inclusion. Understandably, the journalists might be wary of a member of an administration that's show open hostility to working journalists and has issued some less than stellar rhetoric around police brutality.
An unnamed source told Page Six, “The majority there don’t want her involved. It’s heavy drama —even the moderator is refusing. Everyone sees it as extremely offensive.”
Here's a short clip of what you missed by not going to this years National Association of Black Journalist's Conference in New Orleans plus some of the better reactions to the drama, below.
Not everyone was annoyed though: