15 Sep '18, 8pm

Coastie flashes ‘OK’ white power gesture, gets kicked off hurricane response team. https://t.co/vybAD10RdB

A Coast Guard emergency response team is down one crew member after a Coastie allegedly flashed the “OK” hand signal increasingly associated with white supremacy while the team’s captain was being interviewed on MSNBC. Coast Guard Capt. John Reed, the head of hurricane response efforts in Charleston, South Carolina, appeared on “Live with Ali Velshi" to discuss the changing path of Hurricane Florence and the tactics used to account for the system’s unpredictability. But as Reed explained his team’s operations, a crew member sitting at a table in the frame’s background looked directly at the camera and appeared to make the “OK” gesture as he moved his hand across the right side of his face. Well, that was about as subtle as a train wreck, on a boat. pic.twitter.com/nHjTKALgcL — Michael Ⓜ️ (@michaelschweitz) September 14, 2018 The gesture, one that has become increasingly re...

Full article: https://www.navytimes.com/news/your-navy/2018/09/15/coast...

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