Turns out, having “white privilege” can be a good thing if it’s used to beat the living daylights out somebody who may say something racist.
That’s the take of Colleen Dagg, a white female who administered a major beat down to another white woman who allegedly said, “You know these Haitians.”
Dagg was captured on video getting into an altercation with another white woman in a hotel lobby. The other woman was very aggressive and made the critical mistake of putting her hands on Dagg, who proceeded to whoop her good.
It was not until she had the snot beat out of her that the aggressive woman claimed she was three months pregnant.
*Caution: Strong Language
After the incident, Dagg took to social media to say she was “using my white privilege for the right reasons.”
Fully indoctrinated in left-wing ideology, she doesn’t quite explain how the color of her skin factors into her ability to prevail, or why the other woman’s white privilege failed her.
“This is a young country built on racism,” Dagg said in a tweeted statement. “Black people have been disenfranchised for over 250 years. The faster white people accept and validate the truth, the closer we’ll come to a place of peace and understanding.
“Fighting racism is dependent on me using my white privilege for the right reasons,” she continued.
“The white woman tried to use her white privilege on me, the fact that I am white too seemed to have slipped her mind,” Dagg said.
As might be expected, Dagg was praised mightily by liberals, to include an invite for barbecue!
If you are ever in my neck of the woods, you’re invited to breakfast, dinner, and the family barbecue. I salute you. pic.twitter.com/b5OXqU0D5F
— Adrienne Michelle (@nurseratchet38) August 24, 2017
Latest posts by Tom Tillison (see all)
- Trump selects former NFL player to lead inner-city program, Dem mayor touts its success - April 20, 2019
- ‘Where was the support?’ Ex-NFL player Michael Sam says LGBT community used him, then ignored him when he hit bottom - April 20, 2019
- HBO asks that Trump not make Game of Thrones political. Conjures up memory of Bush’s head on a stake - April 19, 2019