DAILYKENN.com -- Black privilege took another blow as coarse reality derailed a black woman's claim of racism.
The woman's version of a traffic stop was different from that revealed by the police officer's body cam.
First, the race card has lost much of its influence as the fake narrative that whites are innately racist is losing credibility.
Second, recordings are more accurate that eye-witness testimonies.
Third, always wear a body cam. A cell phone will usually suffice those a GoPro can also be helpful.
Fourth, the driving-white-black defense is a myth.
From Fox News ▼
A South Carolina woman who said being pulled over for speeding by a “white cop” was a “traumatic experience” is having her story questioned after police body camera footage from the incident showed a less intense series of events unfolding.
Dawn Hilton-Williams, in a Facebook Live video on April 27, accused a Brunswick County Sheriff’s Office sergeant of racism after she was ordered to sign a summons asking her to appear in court or pre-pay a traffic ticket. The officer said he clocked her going 70 mph in a stretch of rural Route 58 in Virginia that has a 55 mph limit.
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