Judge resigns after asking black co-worker to explain the difference between “Ni—r” and “Ni—a”


Is it “N-gger” or “N-gga”? And why can’t white people use those words? That was what was on the mind of Colorado Supreme Court Judge Natalie Chase’s mind when she was driving in a car with her former law clerk, and family court facilitator who is black from a visit in Pueblo.

According to reports, Judge Chase asked her facilitator why white people cant use the n-word, but black people can…and is there a difference between the word if it ends in “er” or “a”.

After a complaint was filed, Chase waived her right to a fair hearing and tendered her resignation.

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