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Target customer DEMANDS reparations, gets punched and arrested

Target customer DEMANDS reparations, gets punched and arrested

A black woman recently ran up a $1,000 grocery bill at Target, but instead of paying for it, she demanded that she receive reparations for her purchase from the staff.

The manager had told the woman that if she wanted a donation, she needed to call in the morning. This response led the woman to become verbally aggressive to the point where she backed the manager into a cafe corner.

Security was alerted and came on the scene, but the woman wasn’t giving up. She continued her tirade, backing the security guard into the security office.

The security guard then punched her in self-defense.

When police came, she told them it was her “Rosa Parks moment” before getting arrested.

Jason Whitlock is here to discuss.

Whitlock says, “I hate to make generalizations without knowing for sure, but I would bet this woman watches MSNBC on a loop. And I bet Joy Reid and Al Sharpton and that group of people on MSNBC are constantly feeding her about reparations and what she’s owed and she’s oppressed and how she’s a victim.”

He continues, “She’s been radicalized, and I know this is humorous, but it’s really sad.”

“We have played such a horrible mental game on people and convinced them that this country and every white person they run into is a gatekeeper oppressing them. She accused an employee working at Target of being privileged and holding her down.”

Whitlock points out that the state of California’s recent decision to likely give people reparations is justifying this kind of behavior.

“She’s being justified here by politicians all over the country, but particularly out in California and by everybody on MSNBC. She’s owed something.”

“And all white people owe her something, even the ones working at Target. They all have a better life than her and they all, you know, are awesome and great and if she could just have money, she could be like them.”

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