As a black insurrection/antifa insurgency rages across the nation’s largest cities, our elected officials are hard at work preparing legislation to basically make it illegal to call the police on black people.
Public outrage, legislation follow calls to police about black people, Washington Post, May 27, 2020
As she confronted the birdwatcher who asked her to leash her dog in Central Park, Amy Cooper never hurled racist slurs. She didn’t assault the black man, Christian Cooper, who was filming the interaction. She didn’t assault his property.
The damage that Cooper, a white investment banker, threatened was implied: that the police would not respond in his favor because of his race.
“I’m going to tell them there’s an African American man threatening my life,” she says on the video as she dials 911.
With the video came the public outrage: another episode of #LivingWhileBlack — another black person threatened with law enforcement intervention by another white person in another liberal bastion of diversity.
Lawmakers across the country have proposed legislation that would criminalize calling police as an act of racial prejudice.
New York State Assemblyman Felix W. Ortiz (D-Brooklyn) on Wednesday revived a bill he first proposed in 2018 to add a hate-crime enhancement to the charge of fabricating a criminal report if bias is involved. The hate-crime enhancement, when applied to other criminal charges like murder or assault, can render a more severe sentence.
Four states — New Jersey, Minnesota, Oregon and Washington — have recently considered bills that would criminalize calling the police when crimes haven’t occurred, some specifying calls that “unlawfully discriminate” or target “protected classes.”
Two states have passed laws. Oregon’s took effect Jan. 1 and Washington’s law takes effect on June 11.
Washington, which unanimously passed its measure in the state House and Senate, elevated false reporting from a “gross misdemeanor” to a felony under specific circumstances, such as if someone is killed.
Lawmakers wrote in the bill that false reporting has been “weaponized” and often against “protected classes.”
State Rep. Javier Valdez (D-Seattle), one of the sponsors, said on his website that punishment could include 10 years in prison if the call “directly leads to someone’s death.” Swatting, in which a 911 caller falsely reports a life-threatening crime so heavily armed tactical units will swarm an innocent person’s house, “has disproportionately targeted communities of color, the LGBTQ community, and religious communities,” he said.
You are getting a glimpse of the future with the black insurrection/antifa insurgency across the nation. Corporate America and the entire power structure in the US is firmly on the side of the black insurrection/antifa insurgency, and with demographic change putting more and more radically anti-white politicians into positions of power, you will soon see the day when it is against the law to call the police on an alleged black criminal.
Even if they are breaking into your house.
Even if they are threatening your life.
It won’t matter.
Black-Run America (BRA) indeed.
Black privilege indeed.
Democracy is just a racial headcount, and the rising tide of color is going to punish white America – using state power – by making it illegal to call the police on blacks.