Incredible! Woman ID’d in McKinney pool party fight video faces discipline at WORK

Amid the hysteria over allegedly “racist” cops being driven by a complicit media, the only real certainty is that there will be no dissent from the prescribed liberal narrative — facts be damned.

And should you find yourself on the wrong side of that narrative, your life and livelihood may be a risk.

That’s something a South Florida high school principal who lost his position for expressing an opinion in favor of the police in McKinney has already found out, and something Tracey-Carver Allbritton is about to learn.

Allbritton is allegedly one of the two women seen in a video fighting with a black woman at the out-of-control pool party in McKinney, Texas, Raw Story reported Wednesday.

The 25-second video doesn’t show what prompted the altercation, but The Dallas Morning News, without identifying Allbritton by name, said she “is accused of starting the fight that led to the pool party confrontation.”

A Twitter campaign was launched to identify the two white women in the video, resulting in Allbritton being named, according to Raw Story. On her Facebook profile, Allbritton said she worked for Bank of America.

Dallas Communities Organizing for Change, a radical group that claims to be “fighting for justice for victims of police brutality and racial profiling,” took it from there, tagging Bank of America in this message posted on Twitter:

Incredibly, the bank responded:

It is not clear how that vendor was identified, but it appears to be CoreLogic Inc, a financial data and analytics firm.

The Morning News reported that CoreLogic issued a statement saying “the employee in question”  has been placed on “administrative leave” pending an investigation.

So a private employee of a private company is facing discipline in her workplace for behavior allegedly committed in her private life? Behavior that has nothing to do with her job? Incredible.

Teen at pool party: We didn’t have to listen to cops because ‘they called us names’

So much for innocent until proven guilty — not in Barack Obama’s politically correct post-racial America.

“CoreLogic does not condone violence, discrimination or harassment and takes conduct that is inconsistent with our values and expectations very seriously,” the statement said. “As a result of these pending allegations, we have placed the employee in question on administrative leave while further investigations take place.”

Meanwhile, a petition has been launched on Change.org, with more than 7,000 signatures, calling on the company to fire Allbritton.

Facts be damned, as was learned in Ferguson, Mo.

Tom Tillison

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