DAILYKENN.com -- We may think the me-too movement knows no bounds; that any female may accuse any male of sexual assault at anytime (even 35 years after the "fact") and she must be believed.
However, even the far-left mainstream media has its limits.
When a black boy allegedly grabbed the buttocks of a white woman in a Brooklyn, NY store, the far-left media reacted with contempt for the victim.
The New York Post began its report by casting doubt on the woman's allegations, noting the lad was a mere 9-years-old, that the victim made him cry, and that the locals were outraged.
So there you have it, ladies. The me-too movement is limited to defending women accosted by white males and non-white notables such as Bill Cosby and Clarence Thomas who fail the leftist Uncle Tom test.
Expect no sympathy from the mainstream news media, Hollywood, Democrats, Code Pink, fake feminists, or Women's Marchers.
What would you do if you were molested by a black kid or a mob of Islamic slugs?
From nypost.com ▼ Tamar Lapin
“Nobody wants to touch your flat a–,” one woman sneers. Another person branded the accuser “Cornerstore Caroline,” an apparent reference to other recent viral videos of white women — “Barbecue Becky,” “Permit Patty” — calling the police on African-Americans over seemingly minor incidents.
At one point, Klein appears to realize she’s causing a spectacle, telling the crowd: “White lady calls the cops on black lady, I get it.”
Another white woman also walks up to confront her — and the two almost come to blows.
Jason Littlejohn, who filmed and posted the now-viral video on Wednesday, claimed the boy was being falsely accused.
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