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Update on the Smith College student who claims that she’s a traumatized victim of racism after having a 15 second conversation with a campus cop – even the Boston Globe thinks she’s full of shit:
I read the article, then when I went to go read it again for this blog I encountered the pay wall. And since this joke of a paper still employs Kevin Cullen and several men who have been arrested for sexual crimes against women or accused of sexual harassment, I refuse to give them a dollar. You can read it here, but it’s basically copy and pasted from our blog the other day. Jeff Jacoby points out that:
- It wasn’t racist because it was perfectly reasonable to call the cops on someone who looks like a man sleeping in a common area of a building that is assumed to be empty at a women’s college.
- The employee followed Smith College’s official instructions for what to do in a scenario like this:
Call no matter how “insignificant” you think it is. Case closed.
All you really need to know is that the Boston Globe, a bastion of race-baiting social justice warriors, couldn’t find a way to spin this as racism. You would think the mob would take the L on this one and agree that perhaps not everything on the Internet is racist. But instead this happened….
Yea, only a racist Trump supporting loon, employed by the Boston Globe, could possibly think it’s ridiculous that a 19 year old woman says she can’t sleep at night because a friendly cop spoke to her for 15 seconds.
Obviously Jeff Jacoby needs to check his privilege
My favorite argument is the most common one – “they only called the cops because she was black”:
First of all, you can’t prove that because you don’t have a similar situation to compare it to. It’s just you calling things you don’t like racist in order to fit your narrative.
Secondly, we know it had nothing to do with race because the caller never mentions sleeping beauty’s race in the police call:
The only person who brought race into this is the immature child masquerading as a college student because Smith College has trained her how to become a victim.
Thirdly, we actually can prove that this can happen and does happen to white people too. Just ask the 10 year old white girl who had the cops called on her for selling waters in her driveway. You probably never heard of her because she wasn’t crying about it on CNN, even though she’s 10 years old and had to undergo the trauma of speaking with a police officer.
A concerned neighbor claims 10-year-old Savannah Watters was risking the safety of children in their neighborhood with the amount of traffic her girl scout cookies brought in. https://t.co/JL0mXBJfY1
— WPMT FOX43 (@fox43) August 3, 2018
So sit down Becky.
No one wants to hear your opinions on race from your home in your all white neighborhood in Harwich, simply because you shared a couple links from the Huffington Post and consider yourself an expert on race relations now.