Black Professor Posts RACIST Anti-Cop Rant On Facebook, Then THIS Happened… [VIDEO]


In a disgusting display of race-baiting, a professor in the African-American Studies Department at Princeton University claimed that she was the victim of 2 white, racist police officers. She’s black.

Imani Perry accused the police of racism in her 1,201 word Facebook rant and on Twitter. She has since deleted her entire Twitter account.

Police stopped Perry for speeding- driving 67 mph in a 45mph zone in Princeton, New Jersey. Police discovered that she had an outstanding warrant for her arrest so they frisked her, cuffed her and placed her under arrest. That’s what they do- it’s their job.

In addition to the 3-year-old warrant for outstanding parking tickets, she has another case in Pennsylvania for driving an unregistered vehicle. And this lady is a professor at a major university. Unbelievable.

In her Facebook rant she wrote: 

“Many people are vigilant and impassioned these days regarding policing. This is a direct result of the social movement that has emerged over the last several years. That is good. And it personally feels wonderful to be so supported. However, there are quite a few people who seem upset that I received support. Mostly they are suggesting that I am playing “innocent” when I am “guilty.” What they fail to understand is that I did not purport to be without fault. Now, make no mistake, I do not believe I did anything wrong. But even if I did, my position holds.”

Then she pulls out the race card:

“The police treated me inappropriately and disproportionately. The fact of my blackness is not incidental to this matter.

More race card garbage:

“And, as my own work and that of many colleagues has established, in this society abundant evidence exists that discretion is exercised, in general, in racially discriminatory fashion in virtually every arena studied from elementary school suspensions, to car purchases, to teachers recommending students for gifted and talented programs, to how often waiters visit your table in restaurants, to mortgages, to police stops and arrests. All things being equal, people in this society consistently disadvantage Black people compared to others. (And all things are rarely equal, but that is another matter.)”

And there’s more:

“Some critics have said that I should have expected what I received. But if it is the standard protocol in an affluent suburb to disallow a member of the community to make a call before an arrest (simply to inform someone of her arrest) and if it is the protocol to have male officers to pat down the bodies of women, and if it is the norm to handcuff someone to a table for failing to pay a parking ticket, we have a serious problem with policing in the society.”
Well lady, that’s the protocol regardless of your skin color. If I get arrested for warrants and ask the officer if I can make a phone call they will tell me NO. And I’m WHITE! 
“If it is not the case that this is the general practice, then I hope everyone reading will consider the possibility that the way I was treated had something to do with my race, and that we have a serious problem with policing in this society particularly with respect to Black people.”
Again, this has NOTHING to do with race. 
“We already know it IS the standard protocol for people in poor Black, Indigenous, and Latino communities to experience disproportionate police surveillance, harassment, violence, and punishment. That is the graver injustice.”
No, that is a flat out lie. If a person lives in an area that experiences a high rate of crime, then basic math and common sense dictates that there will be more arrests. Pretty simple concept, but you are hell bent on calling white people racists and complaining about your days as a slave. Oh wait, you were NEVER a slave and never picked cotton you moron.
“This was my first time in handcuffs. They were very cold on my arthritic wrists. I have been thinking about how vulnerable they make you feel. And how some people, often my people, from childhood on experience that naked vulnerability over and over again because they happen to live in places deemed “bad.”
Okay. Something we can agree with. Handcuffs suck.
Now, here’s the REAL story and it proves without a shadow of a doubt that these police officers treated her fairly and were extremely nice to this liar.
Check it out.

She continued with the race card:

“Punishment in this society simply does not exist in a direct correlation to illegal activity. What it IS correlated to is race and class. And if perfection is not required for white citizenship, it should not be required of mine. Fairness requires something better.”
Perfection? You had a warrant you idiot! 
“Moreover my quarrel is not with paying a fine, or getting a ticket (even though we know such punishments are also disproportionately meted upon black people who often don’t have the resources to pay them.) I could afford to pay the fine, and I paid it without hesitation.
Without hesitation? You hesitated 3 years to pay the fine. 
“No, my quarrel is with how I was treated. I cannot ever say definitively that this specific mistreatment was a result of race. But I can say that what I experienced was far more likely because my skin is a deep brown, my nose is round, and my hair is coily. And given the accumulation of police violence against Black people in this society, my fear at being stopped and arrested as a Black woman was warranted and even reasonable.”
Disgusting and shameful. This race baiting loser should NEVER be teaching our youth.

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