I dont understand the origin of this même and by this point I'm afraid to ask
@CJWJ, I don't know or care to know the full story but apparently this lady called the cops on black guys grilling at a park. Basically just another "scared/threatened" white person calling the cops on black people for no reason. This incident just happens to have a face to go with the story
Thanks, *name that hits too close to home*
@Drunk Pantless Uncle, there's also a bunch of stories of black people saying they were treated poorly (discriminating against them because they were black) by a cop when pulled over but the badge cam showed the officer being respectful. There's videos of it. Goes both ways, ignorance comes in all colors.
@Light Skinned Brotha, i bet that won't get a popular name, it will just be called racist no matter how truthful it is.
@Light Skinned Brotha, I think the discrepancy though is that black people are distrustful of police because of decades of mistreatment and systemic bias, both overt and tactic that has caused serious harm not only to individuals, but to the community as a whole, but that the white woman’s motivators are a combination of bias media portrayals of blacks and serious outgroup bias
@Light Skinned Brotha, as someone who was in the service, I was pulled over a couple of times but was let go or had my reckless driving reduced ( never asked for it or complaint about it), but my fiancé who is an African-American was cuffed because she asked why she was stopped ( She was pulled over for going over 5 miles on a U.S hiway) while she she was on her way to pick up our dog.
@Dex the Lumberjack, ok, but these people who were pulled over literally told lies when they were treated very well but the police, just to get sympathy they didn't deserve and to make the negative stigma towards police even worse. Distrust wasn't the issue here.
@chickee fella, ok. That doesn't make what the people I was talking about did right. They were black and treated very well by the police. Just because some people are treated poorly by cops doesn't mean all cops are like that, and doesn't justify lying and trying to ruin cops' reputation so you can get sympathy you don't deserve.
@Drunk Pantless Uncle, to be fair, the bbq folks were in an area they aren't supposed to bbq... but since they were black and she's white it's somehow racist...
@Craiger, it was an area for charcoal bbq, not open gas grills which the police said was routinely ignored by park goers and the police). That was the only issue until the lady decided to take upon herself to call the cops and then started crying (after 45 minutes of waiting) that the black park goers were harassing her. Basically she's an idiot.
@Funny Pics Janitor, Laws are laws... I'm black, and I didn't consider her a racist...
@Light Skinned Brotha, “ignorance” was used wrong, but I get what you mean :)
@Drunk Pantless Uncle, well when the black culture and community is responsible for the majority of crime and murder rates, some people take notice and precaution. Not saying she was right at all, but black people have a certain reputation for violence, robbing and killing. So don’t act like only whites are out of line.
@Light Skinned Brotha, you mean that black girl who claim the cop that pulled her over sexually harrased her, but turned out she was lying. Almost two hours of body camera proved her wrong. What she did was heinous, because that man and his family were being send dead threats, and that stigma is never going to go away.
Well at least it isn’t Canada man which only says sorry or French man who defeats his foes by throwing baguettes at them. (he’s successful in France as baguettes are a delicacy and criminals won’t pass up on the opportunity to enjoy a good baguette)