Laura Ingraham is white

middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel «« Laura Ingraham editorializes the Starbucks Philly black men get arrested. She makes the obvious and valid point that the Starbucks employee was doing her job. By the time she’s finished she features a lot wrong about the arrests including the corporate and public reaction. Laura shows the greatest sensitivity toward the Starbucks employees who are forced to endure hours of racial-bias sensitivity training. Laura’s sensitivity to the employees is misdirected. Starbucks employees can change their status and become Dunkin Donuts employees. The victims Laura expressed zero sensitivity toward are the black men who sat in a jail cell till Midnight when Starbucks declared they would not press charges for trespassing. The black men sat in that jail cell for the color of their skin and not for the content of their character. Unlike the Starbucks employees who can become Dunkin Donuts employees the black men can’t change the color of their skin. Laura concedes the Starbucks employee who called the police after just two minutes errored, but Laura expresses zero concession that the men sitting in a jail cell were victims of the error. If Laura is a good person she disguises it by saying and tweeting bad things. I think a solid argument could be made to say no country ended the systematic crime of slavery less gracefully than the United States, so racial bias remains alive, but why do we continue to allow people like Laura to remain amplified on a legitimate corporate platform with high-priced amplification. Mistreatment of black people, because they’re black must end, and people like Laura should get no more respect than Alex Jones and Dylann Roof. »» about me 302-990-2346 contact us

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middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel
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