A new video on LiveLeak shows a member of the Black Lives Matter movement in Minneapolis hurling racist insults at a black police officer posted outside the 4th Precinct station, which protesters have attempted to shut down.
The video starts with an unidentified woman screaming extremely racist and offensive comments at the officer, calling him an “Uncle Tom,” and accusing him of turning his back on black people.
“Your momma and daddy are rolling around in their grave because you up here protecting these white mother fuckers. Your kids are going to hate you when they get older. Your wife probably going to sleep with one of your damn co-workers. They’re laughing at you when you go home,” she yells at the officer.
In the five-minute-long diatribe, the woman tells the officer he should be ashamed of himself and tells him several times he should go home and kill himself.
“You helping them kill us, your own race. That says very little about you. You’re low, you’re real low. You’re lower than they are. You need to kick your own ass,” she goes on to say.
Throughout the entire exchange, none of the other protesters attempt to silence the woman or deter her from making the racist comments and another protester can be heard repeatedly goading her on. For his part, the officer keeps his cool and doesn’t respond to any of the woman’s insults.
After failing to draw a reaction from the first officer, the woman turns her attention to other police in front of the station, calling one fat and saying his bullet-proof vest is too small for him. The woman, though, is clearly overweight herself.
Protesters have been camped in front of the Minnesota police station for more than two weeks after they say a police officer shot and killed Jamar Clark, 24, while he was handcuffed.
Police repeatedly denied Clark was handcuffed and say he grabbed an officer’s gun before he was shot. Clark, a convicted felon, was allegedly beating his girlfriend when police responded to a call for help.
In the past, Clark pleaded guilty to threatening to burn down an ex-girlfriend’s house. He also spent three years in prison for a robbery conviction, and when he died, Clark was awaiting trial for fleeing police in a July high-speed chase.
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