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Tana McClean, Emergency Department RN at Reliable Nursing Solutions, Inc., tells a black person that their race card is declined, calls the police brutality issues a “set up,” and shares Facebook status about black Haitians killing of the white population in that country, warning of “growing black supremacy,” in the US [PHOTOS]

Tana McClean is a Registered Nurse, from California, currently working as the Emergency Department Registered Nurse, at Reliable Nursing Solutions, Inc. In the month of July, Tana McClean was very outspoken about the Black Lives Matter movement, on Facebook. Getting into an argument, presumably with a black person, she shared a meme telling the person their race card was denied, and to try another argument. A series of other Facebook posts have her calling the cop killings of black people a "set up," claiming it only happens every four years, and also sharing a Facebook post of a man talking about the black Haitian population, and how they killed most of the white population, warning about "black supremacy" in the US and comparing it to the beginning of the Holocaust.

Tana McClean is a Registered Nurse, from California, currently working as the Emergency Department Registered Nurse, at Reliable Nursing Solutions, Inc. In the month of July, Tana McClean was very outspoken about the Black Lives Matter movement, on Facebook. Getting into an argument, presumably with a black person, she shared a meme telling the person their race card was denied, and to try another argument. A series of other Facebook posts have her calling the cop killings of black people a "set up," claiming it only happens every four years, and also sharing a Facebook post of a man talking about the black Haitian population, and how they killed most of the white population, warning about "black supremacy" in the US and comparing it to the beginning of the Holocaust.By Bossyy
Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer

In California, the state is regarded as one of the most-liberal in all of the nation. However, those who live there point out how California also has many racial tensions. Of course, one of the first major televised events of police brutality was Rodney King, in Los Angeles.

Not terribly far from Los Angeles is the city of Phelan, California, which is close to an hour from the city. This town is the home of Tana McClean, a registered nurse. When it comes to the current racial divide, she has her opinions about it.

Tana McClean is currently the Emergency Department RN, at Reliable Nursing Solutions, Inc. On Facebook, she recently got into it with a black person, and she responded to them with a meme telling them their race card was declined, and to use another argument. She also shared “facts” about police brutality, adding to it that this is a “set up” and the same thing happened four years ago, and then sharing a status from a man accusing black Haitians of killing off the white population, warning of “black supremacy” in the US, comparing this movement to the beginning of Nazism, in Germany.

Read Tana McClean’s Facebook statuses below:

Tana McClean is a Registered Nurse, from California, currently working as the Emergency Department Registered Nurse, at Reliable Nursing Solutions, Inc. In the month of July, Tana McClean was very outspoken about the Black Lives Matter movement, on Facebook. Getting into an argument, presumably with a black person, she shared a meme telling the person their race card was denied, and to try another argument. A series of other Facebook posts have her calling the cop killings of black people a "set up," claiming it only happens every four years, and also sharing a Facebook post of a man talking about the black Haitian population, and how they killed most of the white population, warning about "black supremacy" in the US and comparing it to the beginning of the Holocaust.

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