Discrimination Racism

Racist Florida Moron To Black Neighbors: ‘You Should Have Stayed In Africa’ (VIDEO)

Video has surfaced of a Florida woman shouting incredibly racist things at her African-American neighbors and telling them they “should have stayed in Africa.”

The woman, who appears to be quite intoxicated, is making fun of the bodies of her black neighbors when a man tells her, “Black don’t crack, baby.” To that, the vile excuse for a human being responds:

“Black don’t crack? Black IS crack. Crack IS black!”

Even though someone tells the woman she’s being recorded, she does not relent, and launches into this hateful rant:

“You all should have stayed in Africa. And you can go back there, it’s free. You know you can go back to Africa, if you want to. And you can take your Washington and Jefferson last names.”

As if this Neanderthal hasn’t said more than enough, she adds:

“We’re gonna take over these neighborhoods. Martin Luther King was a sl*t! He was a sl*t who was f*cking white people. Martin Luther was f*cking white people the day he died.”

Finally, mercifully, the woman’s daughter appears, grabs her by the hand, and shouts:

“Mom, will you stop.”

What is so disturbing to me about this incident and the video is that there are lots of people in this country who are just as ignorant and hateful as the woman you see spewing out this bile. Many of them keep their blatant racism under wraps, but get a few drinks in them and they’ll let loose with some of the most horrible crap you’ve ever heard.

I keep hoping that one day we will all come to realize that we are interdependent on each other and that we are all brothers, no matter our skin color, sexual orientation, or religion. But then I see this woman on the video and all I can do is shake my head and wonder why there is so much hatred in the world.

This article was originally published by the same author at

By Andrew Bradford

Proud progressive journalist and political adviser living behind enemy lines in Red America.

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