West Virginia woman returns to job after racist Michelle Obama post

BY: Josh King, Buzz60

After being suspended for a racist post about Michelle Obama, the director at West Virginia non-profit Clay County Development Corp. will return to work.

The Charleston based Gazette-Mail reports that Pamela Ramsey Taylor is scheduled to return to work on December 23rd.

Taylor was suspended for writing a Facebook post last month that said "It will be refreshing to have a classy, beautiful, dignified First Lady back in the White House. I'm tired of seeing a Ape in heels."

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The post sparked national outrage and caused the former Clay mayor to resign after she commented on the post saying "Just made my day Pam."

Taylor's company, Clay County Development Corp., is funded through state and federal grants and is not actually affiliated with the town of Clay.

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