(BrightPress.org) – A video of a young racist black man berating a white family with their toddler son on the New York City subway has gone viral highlighting the impact of critical race ideology on the modern landscape. Many respondents highlighted the encounter as a natural next step of open hostility toward white people emphasized by proponents of critical race theory like Robin DeAngelo and Ibram X Kendi.
The black supremacist featured in the video increasingly spouts aggressive and hateful language while inching closer toward the young family, including a string of disparaging adjectives and barking insults like “shut up, you’re a white monkey. You’re a dog. I’m a black American, I’m over you.”
It seems as if this individual was trying to provoke a fistfight. It’s also not the first time this particular mentally ill racist has been caught on camera in NYC spouting his hateful tirades at innocent bystanders.
In another viral video, captured only a few weeks prior, he called an Asian female police officer a “monkey” and told her to “get out of his country.” Does this sound familiar?
In yet another video, the man can be seen holding up hundred dollar bills while he berates the woman behind the camera. “Fat, ugly, Spanish,” he yells. “You stink, monkey, what do you think you’re doing in my country?”
Major media would leap at the chance to showcase these videos if the speaker was white. But he’s black, and according to the ‘experts’ black Americans cannot be racist, because according to their ideology, racism requires the racist be the dominant racial or ethnic group in society.
He echoes the sentiments of Nikole Hannah-Jones, a “1619 Project” founder who regularly pushes anti-white, anti-American narratives. In one of her written pieces, Hannah-Jones says, “the white race is the biggest murderer, rapist, pillager, and thief of the modern world.” Very similar in style and tone to our street harasser.
The distinct lack of response from corporate media and other authorities indicates we can expect more of these videos.
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