Why do white people avoid public transportation in America? Exhibit A would be the morose story of 74-year-old Serge Fournier, a white man who was pushed off a bus in Las Vegas by a black woman he asked to “be nicer to passengers.”
He would die from injuries suffered from the fall (you can watch the video here).
Serge Fournier is now dead all because he asked a black woman to “be nicer to passengers,” who then decided to push him off the bus for daring to offer a bit of advice found in the pages of the immortal How to Win Friends and Influence People. [74-year-old man pushed off bus, dies after telling woman ‘to be better to passengers’, News3LV.com, May 9, 2019]:
LAS VEGAS (KSNV) — “Be nicer to passengers” – Police say it’s the last thing a 74-year-old man told the person who pushed him off a bus. The man later died, and now a suspect has been arrested.
Trevor Taylor tried to hold back the tears as he remembered his 74-year old friend, Serge Fournier.
Taylor said, “He was an excellent neighbor. Very nice, religious person.”
According to the police report, on March 21, Fournier was riding an RTC bus when he spotted 25-year-old Cadesha Bishop swearing at people. The report says witnesses heard Fournier tell Bishop “to be nicer to passengers.”
As Fournier used his walker to exit at 13th and Fremont streets, police say Bishop pushed Fournier forcefully with two hands. Fournier fell on his head.
Taylor said, “After he was pushed off the bus, he came here for a day or two and then his pain was so great he had to call an ambulance — went to the hospital.”
Fournier spent a month in the hospital before he passed away. The Clark County coroner determined he died from complications connected to the push.
Taylor said, “No matter what his age, she should not have done that. People need a little more patience than what they have these days.”
Fournier leaves behind a wife who is disabled. Ken Mallen knew Fournier and says his loss is still being felt.
“I know it caused several financial problems for his wife,” Mallen said.
Police say after the push, Bishop did not offer any help as she walked away with her son. Detectives managed to identify Bishop through bus surveillance video and arrested her this week.
Checlzzi Powell, a friend of Fournier, says people need to respect the elderly.
“He’s a little slow because his back and legs were ailing,” Powell said.
Taylor says he hopes Bishop is punished. He tells us he will never forget his friend.
“I will always remember him being a wonderful person,” Taylor said.
For those who have read this blog for years, you know the whole idea of the double standard falls on deaf ears here. There is only The Standard. Were a white person to have pushed a black person off of a bus, the entire corporate media would be talking about the incident with extreme racial vengeance.
We know this, but in the current year, white people murdered by blacks get absolutely no media coverage outside of a few stories in the local press where the killing occurred. In this case, we see a few stories in the Las Vegas media.
Rest in peace, Serge.
And remember: this story is a reminder why whites avoid public transportation.