‘Okay White Boy!’: Ossoff’s New Digital Director Has History Of Anti-White Tweets

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Kiayna O’Neal, employed by Jon Ossoff’s Georgia Senate campaign as a Digital Director, has a history of racist, anti-white tweets including shaming men for being with white women and celebrating “p*ssing all the white people off.”

Tweets unearthed by The National Pulse – who also served as a Digital Organizing Associate for Joe Biden’s presidential campaign – date back to 2011 and 2012. They reveal O’Neal’s disdain for black men having relationships with white women, as she lamented a man “picking a white one” and a man being “with a white woman.”

June 29, 2011
December 26th, 2011

Ossoff’s Deputy Digital Organizing Director also responded “lmao!” to her aunt instructing her five-year-old niece she couldn’t “have white dolls,” the memory of “pissing all the white people off,” and how white people kissing “sucks“:

September 10th, 2011
January 25th, 2012
March 10th, 2012

She also tweeted, without any context, “Okay White Boy!” along with other generally racially motivated comments aimed at white people, such as insisting they’re all “waaay too comfortable” and disbelief at the prospect of marrying a “white guy”:

Feb 25, 2012
March 17th, 2012
August 16th, 2011

O’Neal’s racial obsessiveness is also evidenced by her repeatedly heckling Asians, noting “this dude in my class has huge lips for an Asian”:

A plethora of anti-Asian tweets

O’Neal’s Twitter bio reveals that, in addition to Ossoff and Biden, she worked for the Florida and North Carolina Democratic Parties and the Obama administration alumni-heavy Center for American Progress.

O’Neal’s credentials

O’Neal was used in a promotional video on behalf of a “coordinated campaign” for the North Carolina Democratic party:

Jon Ossoff is running for the Georgia Senate seat currently being contested, with major implications for the final make-up of the United States Senate.


Natalie Winters

Natalie Winters is an Investigative Reporter at the National Pulse and contributor to The National Pulse podcast.