Even the community activists are calling bullshit on him

TIMMONSVILLE, S.C. (WPDE) – Timmonsville NAACP President the Rev. Jerrod Moultrie posted on Facebook on April 13 that he was racially profiled when a Timmonsville police officer pulled him over for a traffic violation near his home on Harkless Court in Timmonsville.

Moultrie was stopped for failing to use a turn signal and a problem with his license plate, according to police.

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4 Responses to Even the community activists are calling bullshit on him

  1. B says:

    From the article:

    ” even though his officer did nothing wrong, he wants to make sure all of his officers go through racial sensitivity training.”

    Even though the Bodycam and Dashcam both contradict what the “victim” says, and show that the officer was both polite and professional, they still need “sensitivity training”????

    • Mike_C says:

      Just to be clear (for those that didn’t read the linked article) that quote is from the police chief. The best possible interpretation of that I can come up with for that is that the chief is trying to make sure everyone’s ass is covered (especially his own) and the sensitivity training is just a CYA-checklist item. Less charitable interpretations of course abound.

      Incidentally, if I were a white separatist (and MUCH more so were I a white supremacist), I’d be pushing like crazy for racial sensitivity training everywhere, mandatory “white privilege” “struggle sessions” and so forth. For obvious reasons. (Struggle sessions is a Chicom idea — though not about white privilege, duh — basically it’s forced public “confession” to your “crimes” with much abuse, plus physical torture, heaped on you in the process.) After all, the Saxon’s gotta learn how to hate, and this sort of ritual personal and group humiliation is gonna do more than anything else to immanentize the eschaton.


  2. Jack Crabb says:

    Stupid lying sparkling wiggle.

  3. Mike_C says:

    Oh, it gets even better (for values of “better”). The Legal Insurrection blog has a transcript of what the good Reverend (why NO, it never even occurred to me to type “Revrun”) posted about his harrowing ordeal with that racist racist cop.


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