Calling the police is rarely race-related.
Where I live, white people ignore Mexicans in their neighborhoods 99.9 percent of the time because Mexicans are there working.
Almost no one has made a hobby of calling the police for fun either. Who wants to get involved in talking to cops? No one I’ve ever met.
When people call the police, it’s because they’ve observed some suspicious activity.
A niglet is being called a victim of white racism, the worst thing in the world, even though he admits he was acting suspiciously.
So far, the presumably white woman who called the police to report the suspicious activity hasn’t been doxed, but the left is probably trying really hard to get her name and photo on social media so they can destroy her life.
A fledgling paperboy working alongside his mother in suburban Columbus, Ohio, came face-to-face with a cop after a neighbor thought he was up to no good.
The nosy neighbor spied the 12-year-old boy, who is black, hop out of a van and walk up to a handful of Upper Arlington homes Friday. She initially assumed he was delivering newspapers, she told authorities, but soon thought otherwise.
“I noticed they were walking up to houses with nothing in hand and one of them came back with something,” the 911 caller said, according to WSYX-TV. “It seemed kind of suspicious.”
The mother explained to the officer dispatched that her youngest son, Uriah Sharp, had delivered his papers to the wrong home and was picking them up. The cop “quickly determined” that’s exactly what the Sharps were doing, according to police.
In a Facebook post, Uriah’s mother, Brandie Sharp, said she was teaching her sons how to work.
“First day of paper route and we are pulled over by the police,” Sharp wrote. “Sad I cant even teach my son the value of working without someone whispering and looking at us out the side of their eye perhaps because we DON’T ‘look like a person that belongs in their neighborhood.’ ”
She said she would change their paper route to avoid the neighborhood.
Over the weekend, the police department issued a statement explaining the response in an attempt to squash worries of racial bias.
“We have seen some conversations on Facebook relative to a police response to a report of suspicious activity that turned out to be completely benign,” officials wrote.
The Sharps’ encounter with police is no isolated incident. A number of cases of white people calling the cops on people of color for mundane activities have made headlines of late. Most recently, police have confronted Bob Marley’s granddaughter, who was staying at a Rialto, Calif., Airbnb; a Yale student taking a nap at her student lounge, and three black women golfing in Pennsylvania.
I’m not going to go into a detailed analysis of the propagandizing going on in this article, but notice that the last paragraph is completely extraneous to the story. It’s intended to paint blacks as constant victims of racism.
The story, which is really a nonstory that wouldn’t have been reported on 20 years ago, is intended to promote white guilt, black resentment of whites, and to dissuade whites from calling the police on blacks.
It’s really shitty journalism, or as Donald Trump would say, fake news.