WATCH: White Leftist Chick Yells At Black Cops ‘To Fight Racism’

Written by K. Walker on June 24, 2020

Welcome to 2020 where everything is bassackwards and slap-sideways.

Some videos of interactions between protesters and police in Washington, D.C. are spreading all over social media. A few of them are quite telling.

The area near where the second “autonomous zone” was set up late Monday was pretty tense with a heavy police presence on Tuesday.

One thing that’s pretty interesting is that for a “Black House Autonomous Zone” it sure does have a lot of white people milling about.

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One of those white leftists decided that it would be a fantastic idea to berate black officers for being “part of the system” and being a “part of the problem.” She insists that racism is “a white person’s problem” and as a white person, she needs to “fix it.”

Her plan to “fix it” includes yelling at black cops for being some sort of race-traitor, apparently.

So, I guess she only wants white cops, then? That would be awkward, wouldn’t it?

Nope.

She appears to want the abolition of the police.

She’s not the only one, though. Another guy joins her and yells “Shame on you!” to the cops who aren’t white.

Then there’s this guy in the video below.

He seems less angry and agitated than the others, which is nice.

This guy thinks that wearing a Blue Lives Matter facemask means that this female cop he’s confronting doesn’t support Black Lives Matter. Since when do we all have to support a black liberation neo-Marxist political movement?

Don’t you love how they push the Heads I Win/Tails You Lose proposition with BLM? Either you support an overtly leftist political organization, or you’re a racist.

Blue Lives Matter? Racist.

All Lives Matter? Racist.

You MUST support Black Lives Matter and bend the knee or face their wrath or derision.

When it’s pointed out to the protester that many of the cops are black, he says he doesn’t understand why the black cops aren’t “doing something” to have her remove the Thin Blue Line mask, and that he can’t comprehend how people can think the way that they do.

He says that Blue Lives Matter wasn’t a thing before Black Lives Matter.

Incidentally, “The Thin Blue Line” was the title of a poem by Nels Dickmann Anderson in 1911 that referred to the U.S. Army.

The idea of a “thin blue line” can be traced all the way back to an 1854 British battle formation, a “thin red line” used during the Crimean War and then popularized in art, poetry and song. According to lawyers James Clapp and Elizabeth Thornburg, who have dug up the history behind popular phrases, the idea migrated to other professions, with other colors, from a “thin white line of bishops” to a “thin blue line of public schoolboys in blazers.”

It was occasionally used for police, they write. But that usage caught on in 1922, after New York police commissioner Richard Enright, facing criticism of his leadership, mentioned it in a public relations effort. The phrase started showing up in speeches by politicians and related news coverage from Chicago to Los Angeles.

In the 1950s, “The Thin Blue Line” was the title of a short-lived television show about the Los Angeles Police Department, masterminded by the chief, William H. Parker, who took advantage of Hollywood’s proximity to make public relations a key part of his tenure. He also opened up the department’s files to the writers of “Dragnet.”

Source: POLITICO

This protester also explains why there are so many white people protesting for Black Lives Matter–it’s because of “what has been done to black people” in the United States.

The self-loathing in this crowd is real and it’s heartbreaking.

We have white people who believe that they are racist simply for being white and that supporting the police is a dog-whistle for white supremacy. These people believe that racism is a “white person’s” problem–which, itself is a bigoted position. Despite what the leftists, BLM activists, and the Merriam-Webster dictionary insist, racism is prejudging someone on the basis of their race. That’s just as applicable when insisting that all white people are racist.

This isn’t healthy.

This isn’t solving any racial bias, it’s creating a whole new vicious bias that is sanctioned by the left and the Media(D).

ClashDaily's Associate Editor since August 2016. Self-described political junkie, anti-Third Wave Feminist, and a nightmare to the 'intersectional' crowd. Mrs. Walker has taken a stand against 'white privilege' education in public schools. She's also an amateur Playwright, former Drama teacher, and staunch defender of the Oxford comma. Follow her humble musings on Twitter: @TheMrsKnowItAll