Nurse loses job over tweet calling white boys 'rapists'

By New York Daily News

An Indiana nurse has lost her job following backlash over a tweet suggesting white boys are raised to be "rapists" and "killers" and should be sacrificed to the wolves.

Indiana University Health announced that Taiyesha Baker, a registered nurse, is no longer an employee with the health care system after she posted a controversial tweet over the weekend, the Indianapolis Star reports.

The social media post, which was shared by a woman who went by the name Night Nurse, said white women raise sons that are a "detriment to society."

"Someone with the HIGHEST propensity to be a terrorist, rapist, racist, killer, and domestic violence all star," the post read. "Historically every son you had should be sacrificed to the wolves."

The tweet led to a human resources investigation, and IU Health announcing in a statement Sunday that after reviewing "several troubling posts" Baker was no longer an employee, according to Fox 59.

It's not clear if Baker was fired or resigned. A spokesman with IU Health declined to say which specific hospital Baker worked at, but said it was not Riley Hospital for Children in Indianapolis.

Public records show that Baker was issued a nursing license in October and it doesn't expire until 2019.

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