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Black Police Officer Educates Clueless White Woman About Racism

Jeff Katz
June 24, 2020 - 4:53 pm

A black Metropolitan Police Department educated a white female Black Lives Matter protester on racism in Washington, DC, after she tried to accuse one of his fellow officers of racism.

"Just because you have one black friend, or a black wife, you can still be racist," she said to a white officer. "It has nothing to do with your acquaintances."

When the officer walked away, the woman accused him of being intimidated. It was then that another officer, a black man, stepped in: "It's not intimidating … You're trying to have a conversation, and you have a one-track mind? There's no point … You have to be able to go in with both sides of the story."

She quickly responded, "I wasn't talking to you, sir. I was talking to the white dude."

"Oh, 'cause I can't be racist, right," he shot back.

"Systemically, no, sir. Systemically, racism can only be white," she answered.

The officer then approached the woman and said, "Let me tell you something."

As he came closer to her, she backed away, apparently concerned for her health. "I don't want to get COVID."

"America has a sin problem," he said. "The world has a sin problem, ma'am. Okay? Jesus said: 'I am the Way, the Truth, and the Light. No one comes to the Father except through Me.'"

He continued as she tried to move past him, "America and the world has a sin problem. That's where racism, injustice, and hate and anger and violence come from. It's not about racism. Read the Bible."