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Aug 18 2018

State Senator Jesse Hamilton: Arrest People for Calling Cops on Blacks

If you see something, say something. Unless the character acting suspiciously is a Person of Politically Preferred Pigmentation. In that case, when the cops arrive, it might be you who gets arrested, at least if State Senator Jesse Hamilton gets his way:

A Democratic New York state lawmaker proposed legislation this week to make it a hate crime to call 911 on law-abiding people of color.

Hamilton is of course a person of African ancestry, and is therefore allowed to advance the perceived interests of his ethnic group at the expense of others.

New York law already prohibits making false reports, but apparently does not sufficiently uphold the principle that blacks are more equal than others.

As an example of who might be arrested for calling the police on a PPPP, Hamilton refers us to the infamous case of the two black troublemakers who refused to buy anything or stop loitering in a Philadelphia Starbucks.

“Waiting for your friends at a Starbucks is not a 911 call,” Hamilton told [a] news outlet. “It’s a call of intimidation.”

This means that if local punks with the proper pigmentation start hanging out at your business, not buying anything, refusing to leave, probably scaring away customers, you would be arrested for asking the police to have the trespassers removed.

Terrorists will love it when this inevitably gets extended to another privileged group beloved by liberals, namely Muslims. Black Muslims — like Nigerian “Underwear Bomber” Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab, who attempted to blow up a passenger flight from Amsterdam to Detroit on Christmas Day — will be double protected.




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