Quantcast
Connect with us

WATCH: Florida mom launches vile racist rant at black neighbors — ‘You should have stayed in Africa!’

Published

on

In a video that is attracting lots of attention on social media, a bikini-clad Tallahassee mom is seen screaming at black teens on the street, telling them they should have “stayed in Africa,” before going a rant about late civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr.

According to the Express, the unidentified and apparently drunken woman was recorded back in March, smoking a cigarette and screaming obscenities at the passing black teens who caught it all on video.

ADVERTISEMENT

Pointing at the group, she addresses what she calls the “black b*tches,” saying, “You all should have stayed in Africa. And you can go back there, it’s free. You know you can go back to Africa, if you want to. And you can take your Washington and Jefferson last names.”

As the person who is recording the encounter cautions the people with her, saying, “Don’t say nothing else,” the woman then launches into a tirade while jabbing at them with her cigarette.

Arguing that “we’re going to take over these neighborhoods,” she turns to attacking Martin Luther King, screaming, “Martin Luther was a slut who was f*cking white people. Martin Luther was f*cking white people the day he died!”

As this is all going on, a young woman can be seen in the background calling for help on a cellphone before grabbing the woman and imploring, “Can you stop? Can you just stop, please?”

ADVERTISEMENT

A teen is then heard saying, “It’s ridiculous that your own child has to tell you to stop”

Watch the video below, via the Daily Mail:

ADVERTISEMENT


Report typos and corrections to: [email protected].
READ COMMENTS - JOIN THE DISCUSSION
Continue Reading

Facebook

The View’s Whoopi Goldberg and Meghan McCain wallop Trump’s ‘sexist’ outburst at Pelosi: ‘Grow a pair, man!’

Published

on

"The View" co-hosts Whoopi Goldberg and Meghan McCain ganged up on President Donald Trump for horrifically botching the military operation in Syria, and then throwing a tantrum when Republicans rebuked him.

Trump has enjoyed nearly slavish devotion from his congressional GOP allies, but House Speaker Nancy Pelsoi said the president had a "meltdown" during a White House meeting after the House voted to condemn his military withdrawal and abandonment of the Kurds.

"His problem right now too is that social media, everyone can see the atrocities that are happening right now in Syria with the Kurds," McCain said. "It's all over social media, and I have been apoplectic for a week and a half now, and everything we said was going to happen is happening. Our allies are being slaughtered."

Continue Reading

Facebook

‘Serious lack of discernment’: Evangelical leaders slammed for promoting book by Trump-loving ‘charlatan’

Published

on

Paula White, the former pastor of New Destiny Christian Center-turned spiritual adviser to President Trump, has a new book out titled, Something Greater: Finding Triumph Over Trials. While some prominent evangelicals are helping her promote the book, there's a separate contingent of preachers and religious leaders who think White is a charlatan, and they're making their thoughts known.

According to some, White is a proponent of the "Prosperity Gospel," which contends that if one consistently donates to churches and religious causes, they'll be rewarded by God with an abundance of material wealth. The Prosperity Gospel has caused a rift within religious communities, and evangelical leaders who've endorsed White's book are getting some pushback, as The Christian Post points out.

Continue Reading
 

Breaking Banner

Bromance between ‘frantic’ Lindsey Graham and ‘annoyed’ Donald Trump collapses as the Kurds get slaughtered: CNN

Published

on

The growing rift between Donald Trump and Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) was documented on CNN on Thursday morning with contributor Dana Bash explaining that a "frantic" Graham is now at loggerheads with an equally "annoyed" president.

Sharing a montage of clips showing Trump and Graham taking shots at each other over the Syria debacle that has resulted in one of Trump's biggest defenders quickly flipping to being one of his harshest critics, Bash explained, "Listening to that, it's hard to believe that Graham is one of Trump's most loyal allies."

With Graham on record stating, "It's not about me and him, it's about the country," Bash begged to differ.

Continue Reading
 
 
Help Raw Story Uncover Injustice. Join Raw Story Investigates for $1 and go ad-free.
close-image