Driver calls LA County deputy 'murderer' in racist attack caught on video: 'You'll never be White'

Kyle

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'I started to record because you’re a murderer,' the driver says in exclusive footage obtained by 'Tucker Carlson Tonight'

As the unidentified officer approaches the window, the driver begins recording him on her cell phone, before saying "I started to record because you’re a murderer."

When the officer calmly explains that the woman "can't be on your cell phone while you are driving " and requests to see her identification, the driver fires back, "It's at my apartment, and I am perfectly legal and I am a teacher."

The interaction took a turn when the woman called the officer a "Mexican racist."

"You are always going to be a Mexican," she is heard saying. "You will never be White. You know that, right?"



 

SamSpade

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"You have one incident like George Floyd....but some people want to label the entire profession as if everyone was a Derek Chauvin. "

Here's a thought - if all cops are Derek Chauvin, why aren't all black men George Floyd?

I often mention that SO MUCH of our issues rests on our inability to perceive SCALE. I once lived in the vicinity of what was once shown on TV to be one of the most violent and worst high schools in the United States. About 1300 students went there - and they had repeated incidents of stabbings and other violent behavior. Estimate was as many as two or three dozen students were extremely violent.

That's bad.

Except it utterly ignores the 1275 students going there who never bothered anyone. That's 97% of the students.

We have a world of poor who would love to live in the comfort of the United States - and the left wants the doors thrown open to them. A world of nearly 8 BILLION people. We have ~330 million people.

Less than 5% of the world's people. Yep. We may be the third most populous nation in the world, but 95% of the world lives outside our borders. If we let in 330 million people, our nation would be destroyed - and we still would have done NOTHING to help the world. We cannot "save" the world by letting them all in.

We DO have cops shooting people. MOST of the time - it's because they're shooting BACK - or putting cops or others in imminent danger. Because of the news - we all know the name of Ma'Khia Bryant. QUICK, what's the name of the person she was SECONDS away from stabbing? Her name was Tionna Bonner - and she was the SECOND person Ma'Khia tried to stab (while a person assumed her father - stood by and did nothing).

There's a couple stats being mentioned in the NOT mainstream news - that of the more than 10 million interactions between the public and the police, only a few - a few thousand - become violent. Of those, about a thousand are deadly. Of THOSE, less than a third of the deaths - of the non police - are black. A very few are controversial - most of the deaths are abundantly clear - the persons killed were attacking cops or other people.

We just don't grasp - scale. We had a vaccine recently that resulted in deadly blood clots and it was shut down. The J&J vaccine was temporarily shut down because people developed deadly blood clots. At the time - SIX. Out of millions. Something like 0.03%. It was also observed a similar occurrence in the OTHER vaccines. What happened? Panic - because people think it will be them.

They will buy lottery tickets by the bundle - and they have no chance of winning - but they believe it, because someone DOES win - eventually. Your chances of developing a deadly blood clot by AstraZeneca ARE ACTUALLY less than being hit by lightning.

People need to see the big picture.
 

Hijinx

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The sheriff asked if this was an indictment against teachers.

IMO lately many teachers have indicted themselves.
Some appear to think that being a teacher somehow makes them smarter than others.
Some appear to be less than brave and frightened to do their job because of Covid.
Some appear to want to sit at home and get their paycheck without going to work teaching.
Some appear to be woke and want to teach cultural and Socialistic views instead of the three R's.
Some believe that their views are what every person should have.
 

GURPS

INGSOC
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Because of the news - we all know the name of Ma'Khia Bryant. QUICK, what's the name of the person she was SECONDS away from stabbing? Her name was Tionna Bonner - and she was the SECOND person Ma'Khia tried to stab (while a person assumed her father - stood by and did nothing).
The home security video from across the street paints a better view of the scene .....





Bryant was in full on beast mode
 

SamSpade

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The home security video from across the street paints a better view of the scene .....





Bryant was in full on beast mode
Yep, saw that - Tionna was less than a second away from having a knife plunged into her heart - that cop gave almost TOO much warning.

And he had to have known about a similar stabbing only the DAY BEFORE - which was NOT stopped in time.
 

GURPS

INGSOC
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Woman: … harassed today because I was going under the speed limit, I was going at 38.
Deputy: Yes, you are, Ma’am. Good morning.
Woman: And the speed limit is 40, and I was going 38, so why are you harassing me?
Deputy: You are correct. I pulled you over because —
Woman: Because you’re a murderer. Oh, yes, I started to record because you’re a murderer.
Deputy: You can’t be on your cel phone while you’re driving.
Woman: I wasn’t on my phone; I was recording you because you scared me.
Deputy: You can’t use your cel phone while you’re recording.
Woman: I can record you.
Deputy: May I have your driver’s license?
Woman: It’s at my apartment.
Deputy: What’s your apartment?
Woman: It’s at my home. I’m just taking my son to his —
Deputy: Do you have your driver’s license?
Woman: I mistakenly left it at home.
Deputy: Do you have a picture of your driver’s license?
Woman: Yes, I do.
Deputy: May I have it?
Woman: And can you call your supervisor, please?
Deputy: I already did. He’s on his way.
Woman: Good. Because you’re a murderer.
Deputy: Okay.
Woman: And so you’re giving me a cel phone ticket? Is that why you’re harassing me?
Deputy: It’s not harassment. I am enforcing the law.
Woman: I have a right to and record the police when they’re harassing me.
Deputy: By all means, but you can’t do it while you’re driving.
Woman: I can — I wasn’t — doesn’t texting or none of that.
Deputy, referring to the cel phone: Do you have that picture?
Woman: And you scared me and made me think you were going to murder me.
Deputy: Okay, well, I’m sorry you feel that way.
Woman: Well, that’s not just a feeling. You’re a murderer.
Deputy: Okay. … Can you zoom in on that for me, dear?
Woman: Sure.
Deputy: Thank you.
Woman: And I’m perfectly legal and I’m a teacher. So there, murderer.
Deputy: Congratulations.
Woman: You’re a murderer.
Deputy: … What’s your last name? I can’t see that there. If you’d stop shaking –
Woman: Well, here you go, murderer.
Deputy: Zoom in on that for me, ma’am.
Woman: No. Because you’re scaring me. You’re threatening to kill me and my son.
Deputy: I’ll tell you what. You keep smiling; you’re on camera.
Woman: You’re trying to threaten to kill me. I’m not smiling. You’re the one who’s (inaudible)
Deputy: Hold that still. I can’t see that. … Is this your car?
Woman: Yes, it is. You’re trying to say I stole my own car because you’re jealous?
Deputy: I don’t think so.
Just as the deputy headed back toward his police car:

Deputy: You wait right here for me, okay?
Woman: You’re jealous?
Later, the deputy’s supervisor showed up. This exchange followed:

Supervisor: All he needs is your signature. He’s only citing you for using your cel phone while you’re driving. That’s it.
Deputy: Here you go, Ma’am.
Woman: For him being a Mexican racist. What is that name?
Deputy: It’s on the citation, Ma’am.
Woman: Here you go, Mexican racist. You’re always gonna be a Mexican. You’ll never be white, you know that, right? You’ll never be white, which is what you really want to be. You want to be white.
Deputy: There you go, dear. Have a good day.
Woman: You want to be white so bad …




:shocking:
 

vraiblonde

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If she teaches in LA she no doubt has a number of Latino students in her class. I'm curious what those parents think of her racial nastiness?
 

vraiblonde

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I often mention that SO MUCH of our issues rests on our inability to perceive SCALE.
We are able to perceive scale, but the TV hammers home the isolated incidents and hypes them to make them sound much more prevalent than they are. When people like you and I try to put some perspective on things, we're met with cultlike resistance because the TV got there first and cemented the narrative.

Go try to tell a covid freakout person that less than 10% of the population has tested positive for the virus, and less than 2/10ths of 1% have died from it. They don't want to hear it because the TV got there first. I used to post this statistic on FB threads all the time for my freaked out friends, and they flat didn't want to hear it - just ignored it and continued with their freakout.

If the TV weren't constantly hyping Covid nobody would be concerned about it. If the TV weren't constantly hammering on black men killed by cops, nobody would be concerned. We, as a general rule, do what the TV tells us to and there is only a tiny percentage of critical thinkers among the human race.
 

vraiblonde

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The educational systems need an immediate, very deep, very thorough purge.
We should have never let it take hold in the first place. WTH were we thinking allowing convicted domestic terrorists into university positions? Yeah, this person bombed a bunch of places and killed a bunch of people - let's totally make them a professor at a major university.....

Duh.
 

Monello

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Except it utterly ignores the 1275 students going there who never bothered anyone. That's 97% of the students.
I've often said this to Vrai, if all people conducted themselves in a similar fashion as we do on a daily basis, you wouldn't need that many police around. I've gotten a few speeding tickets over the years. I think the latest 1 was around10 years ago. So in my case, those cops should be equipped with radar guns. No need for tasers, baton, pepper spray or a service revolver.

We have a world of poor who would love to live in the comfort of the United States - and the left wants the doors thrown open to them. A world of nearly 8 BILLION people.
The poor of the world would gladly change places with the poor in America. Poor in the US usually means a roof over your head. You may even have a car. You probably have TV and may have several of them. Welfare safety nets provide the basics. What they lack is money for nicer things. Even then some on welfare manage to find the funds for fancy hairdos and stylish finger nails.

Servicing and traveling overseas in the military, I saw incredible poverty. Places like Haiti, the Phillippines and India. In Pakistan, I saw Afghani refugees living in wall tents in public parks. The nearby forest floor was picked clean of any debris. They took stones and piled them alongside their tents for insulation from the wind and cold. The day I saw that, I wanted to take a picture. But I felt that doing so would just add insult to injury for those people living that way.
 

Monello

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Some appear to think that being a teacher somehow makes them smarter than others.
Decades ago, back when there were few available opportunities for women, many top female college grads became teachers. Today corporations are snatching those females up for better suited positions. The remaining grads, those with the lower grades and lower class standing, are becoming teachers.

This isn't a knock on anyone teaching today. Just an observation comparing today to how it was 50 years ago.
 

Grumpy

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Decades ago, back when there were few available opportunities for women, many top female college grads became teachers. Today corporations are snatching those females up for better suited positions. The remaining grads, those with the lower grades and lower class standing, are becoming teachers.
I worked at Goddard Space Center supporting the launch of the Hubble Telescope. I was amazed at the number of analysts that started their careers as teachers for 2 or 3 years and then got jobs with NASA or supporting contractors. They were some of the sharpest folks working there.

I think back to when I was in school (50s/60s) and I can only remember 3 or 4 teachers in grades 1-12 that showed any enthusiasm for what they were doing.
 
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