DAILYKENN.com -- A white hysteria protester ranted in the face of a black law enforcement officer, calling the man a "black Judas."
Protesters heckled the NYPD officers, including the dancer from above, who called the black officer a traitor to his people and a “fucking black Judas.” pic.twitter.com/uB63nIExrT— Julio Rosas (@Julio_Rosas11) July 1, 2020
The police officer withstood and the racist hate rant in stride.
The incident occurred in New York City and was video recorded by townhall.com senior writer Julio Rosas.
Countless thousands of people have allowed themselves to be swept up in the hysteria, triggered by guided imagery of subdued career criminal George Floyd who died in police custody.
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A New York City protester racially taunted a black policeman late Tuesday night, labeling him a "black Judas" and saying that he "should know better," than to stand with his fellow officers.
Hundreds of protesters were continuing their occupation of City Hall following a City Council vote that included $837 million in budget cuts and funding reallocations involving the New York Police Department (NYPD).
The protester was captured on film by Townhall senior writer Julio Rosas, who was on the ground that night covering various groups of occupiers and NYC CHAZ (City Hill Autonomous Zone) demonstrators.
The clip begins with a woman in a mask cursing at officers stationed outside One Police Plaza. "I can't believe you all are getting paid to sit there like f---ing idiots," she said. "You guys go to clown college for like 26 weeks."
Before the woman could finish her next insult, she was cut off by a man wearing very little clothing, who'd been dancing in front of the officers earlier in the evening. He berated the police and cursed at them for their lack of education.
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