Conservative Trump supporter Candace Owens is not having it that Mara Gay claims she made a “trivial” math mistake.
In case you missed it, this was the “trivial mistake” that went viral.
Mara Gay initially joked about it, tweeting she was buying a calculator.
Later, she came out with an Op-Ed playing the victim card and blaming a “racist Twitter mob” for calling her out.
A racist Twitter mob came for me over a trivial math mistake. I'm not going anywhere. https://t.co/McxAT8P7OI
— Mara Gay (@MaraGay) March 11, 2020
Now, Candace Owens has struck back, writing:
Update! If you tell a black woman that 330,000,000 ÷ 1,000,000, does not equal 1,000,000 —you are a racist.
We’ve reached a new level of pathetic.
Owens later added “I knew when I got a C in 9th grade math, it was because of white supremacy.”
I knew when I got a C in 9th grade math, it was because of white supremacy.
— Candace Owens (@RealCandaceO) March 12, 2020
Others joked as well.
Which card should I play today? Racist or Sexist?
— TJ Destry (@ThomasDestry) March 12, 2020
If you have a full house you can play racism, sexism, xenophobism, transaphobism, and homophobism
— Eric Christie (@EricChristie) March 12, 2020