From Starbucks to Yale, it’s clear that #LivingWhileBlack can get you in handcuffs. Sign the petition: Congress must act now to stop the weaponization of 911 against people whose only “crime” is being a person of color. https://t.co/0U6UJ0adYw
— ACLU (@ACLU) June 9, 2018
C’mon, ACLU, think big! Instead of just funding more Starbucks-style Diversity Sensitivity Training, we need legislation making it illegal for whites to call the cops on blacks.
Let’s dream of a future for our grandchildren like this:
Witness: “Hello, 9-11, send the police! A man is raping and murdering my neighbor, Kitty Genovese!”
9-11: “Is he black?”
Witness: “Uh, let me look … Well, it’s kind of dark, but he could be.”
9-11: “You sound white. Are you white?”
Witness: “Uh, yeah, but …”
We could call it The Above-the-Law Law.
Here would be a good spokesman for the Above-the-Law Law: Bob Loblaw.
“Why should YOU got to jail for a crime SOMEONE ELSE noticed?”