Intersectional Black supremacy
- May 28, 2018
- 223d 16h 43m
"You're in the wrong neighborhood," Jonathan Pentland, standing on the sidewalk, can be heard saying to the other man before using an expletive.
tl;dr the autistic negro who had previously groped a woman in the neighborhood as well as tried to kidnap a baby gets vindicated by the media, and the white resident gets in trouble, charged with a crime and dishonorably discharged from the army
This is notable because the oppression and bullying of autists is usually justified even if there is no reason for it, but when you're Black, you can actually be at fault for your actions but still get to externalize blame onto others.