Anyway, tonight my racism chase takes me to Dallas, Texas.
It seems that a poor 911 operator in Big D is so sick and tired of you Negroes that she risked her job and went on Facebook to rant about having to live in a country with all of you Negroes.
“Black people are outrageous! They are more like animals, they never know how to act, just loud [expletive] Always causing problems,” stated one of numerous incendiary Facebook messages posted under her name.
The posts were visible only to Sims’ Facebook friends, but photos of them were provided to local news station WFAA.
“I can count on 1 hand the black people I know who don’t have [expletive] for brains!!!” one post stated.
April Sims via Facebook
“I can count on 1 hand the black people I know who don’t have [expletive] for brains!!!” one of Sims' posts stated.
“I’m a very easygoing person and I will give the shirt off my back to help others,” Sims wrote in another message, “but when call after call are black people fighting and screaming and hitting each other and they want to yell at me and treat me like [expletive] when I’m trying to help, is not cool.”
When asked by another Facebook member what she thought Dallas Police Chief David Brown would make of her statements, Sims was defiant.
“I stand by every word I said,” Sims wrote. “And do not apologize.” [Source]
Finally, a racist that I can respect. At least April stood by her racism.
Unfortunately for April.....
"The Dallas Police Department announced it had fired April Sims, 23, for violating its social media policy."
Sorry April, we can't have you blowing off a 911 call because it's two N*****s on the other end of the line.
"According to unconfirmed reports, the shootings began during a domestic dispute at a home on the 2500 block of Kansas St. Neighbors described hearing multiple gunshots coming from a home that was engulfed in flames.
Everyone threw themselves on the floor, screams,” student Marta Fagerstroem, who was on the bus, told NBC4. “The bus driver, she panicked. She couldn’t drive away. She was able to, after a while.”
The college was quickly put on lockdown, and a suspect was engaged at the school library." [Source]
Watching CNN and it looks like it was a domestic situation gone bad.
Oh well, I am pretty sure that NSA tracking our cell phone records and computers could not have stopped this one.