Trying to agitate law enforcement officers into verbal and physical confrontations so they can yell “assault!” while cameras are rolling is one of the oldest tricks in the book for organized left-wing rage mobs.

But in the protests that started in the aftermath of the death of George Floyd, we’re seeing a variation on that tactic that involves white leftist agitators attempting to lecture and/or shame black police officers on racism – and in some instances using the n-word to do so.

In the video below, a white protester gets in the face of a black officer and cheerily tells her to “smile” for Breonna Taylor. Taylor was a 26-year-old black EMT who was killed in March after Louisville police officers used a “no-knock” warrant to enter her apartment, and her boyfriend and the officers exchanged gunfire.

You can see the agitator below holding up her phone to take either a picture or video of the officer, who maintains her composure. Note the irony of the “listen to black women” posters the white woman is standing next to:

Here’s the same woman in another clip taunting other black police officers. When the cameraman asks the woman if she understands that she’s trying to explain racism to two black officers, the woman responds by telling him that the officers are “part of the system” and that “just because they’re black doesn’t mean that they’re not a part of the problem”:

In another video, a liberal white agitator takes issue with a white officer wearing a “Blue Lives Matter” mask, telling her, “we know what the signs” of racism are. The cameraman points out that many of the officers around her are black. The agitator explains that “Blue Lives Matter” allegedly means that she doesn’t believe black lives matter and that he’s wondering why her black colleagues don’t do something about her wearing the “Blue Lives Matter” mask:

In another bizarre video clip, a man in a blonde wig and pink bikini uses a microphone to declare his support for the “Black Lives Matter” movement while lecturing black protesters as they tell him (and he tells them) to “get the f*** out of here”:

In the worst video of the bunch, you see a white liberal protester berating a black officer inches from his face. He tells him things like how even if his mother doesn’t feel sorry for herself that he feels sorry for her for having a son who is a police officer.

When the officer tells him in so many words to back off, the white guy says he’s “peacefully protesting.” The white officer next to the black officer tells the protester he can protest, but he can’t be in officers’ faces. The protester disagrees, and then turns to the black officer and says “tell this b**** a** n***** to stop putting his hands on people”:

In another video, a black officer decides he’s had enough after a white leftist agitator told a white officer that he could still be a racist even though his wife and children are black:

“Let me tell you something,” he said.

She backed up, trying to avoid him. “I don’t want to get COVID.”

He continued. “America has a sin problem. The world has a sin problem, ma’am. Okay? Jesus said: ‘I am the Way, the Truth, and the Light. No one comes to the Father except through Me.’”

The woman continued to move side to side, attempting to talk past the officer.

He continued: “America and the world has a sin problem. That’s where racism, injustice, and hate and anger and violence come from. It’s not about racism.”

He concluded: “Read the Bible.”


I wish I could say that I’m surprised that we don’t see videos like these shown on CNN or MSNBC, but I’m not. Because in sharing them, they’d be destroying the narrative they’ve crafted about how all protesters are just “peaceful” types who are trying to “make a difference.” It’s clear from these videos that in all too many instances that the white protesters who are on the front lines supposedly trying to combat racism are in reality trying to fan the flames of racism by insinuating black officers are insufficiently black.

How does this help solve race relations and improve communication between officers and the communities they serve? It doesn’t – and that’s precisely why these agitators engage in these disgusting tactics.

— Stacey Matthews has also written under the pseudonym “Sister Toldjah” and can be reached via Twitter. —


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