This is Leigh Guerriero from Medford:
She’s a model, movie actress (extra), and an employee of Vector Marketing.
And she had a really, really traumatizing incident involving an old lady on a bus yesterday that she wants the world to know about:
TL;DR – crazy old lady was extremely rude to woman who tried to help her, thus putting her in fear for her life because she’s black and the crazy old woman was white.
“Anxiety” is the most overused word in the English language for people born after 1986.
The best part about this post is how she disguises her intentions.
“I’m just doing it to raise awareness so that her family can get her the help she needs.”
Oh please. You know exactly why you shared it – you’re trying to make yourself a victim because being a victim is all the rage these days. You acted like your life would somehow be in danger if you chose to bicker with this crazy old hag, and then you played the race card to justify the fact that you’re publicly shaming her. As if the Medford Police would show up and start shooting you, rather than realizing that this woman is off her rocker.
But of course the white guilt mafia bought her bullshit hook, line, and sinker:
Trauma?? This is what trauma looks like in Medford? A crazy woman on the bus did crazy woman on the bus things. How will poor Leigh ever survive this one? She’s basically a war hero.
Then there was Tonya, the white savior we all needed…..
Translation – I thought it was bullshit that you publicly shamed this old lady, but then you played the race card and I had no choice but to agree with you because I’m constantly trying to prove to people of color that I’m one of the “good ones.” I even use Facebook filters to virtue signal to the world about my wokeness.
I stand with refugees. They just can’t live in my house because we got no room.
I’m glad Leigh survived this traumatic experience. My thoughts and prayers are with her.
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