Nov 7, 2023
Walmart Bigot Accuses Black Customers Of Being Shoplifting Drug Dealers
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I'll turn this into corporate. [INAUDIBLE] >> Yeah, this Walmart right here. >> You turned me into corporate. >> This Walmart, yeah. >> Speaker 2: Because unless you're spending money, we don't need [CROSSTALK]. >> Speaker 1: I'm not spending money cuz I'm black. >> Speaker 1: What are we doing? >> Speaker 1: Cuz I'm black. >> Speaker 2: It's the third group of people tonight I've had to chase away because they think Walmart is [00:00:17] a playground. >> Speaker 1: What did I do? Hold on, hold on, let me say this. What did I do to make this a playground, ma'am? What have I done to make this a playground? >> Speaker 3: Come in. >> In backpacks? [CROSSTALK] >> No, it doesn't, I asked [00:00:35] them to take their backpacks out and- >> I will not let him treating me like that. If you don't stand up, you've got to be here or you stand for two. >> No. >> Now you take care of him. >> No, Mary, I'll take care of you. >> Wow [INAUDIBLE]. >> You're not superior [CROSSTALK] >> What? >> No, that's you. [00:00:51] >> You will not treat me like this. >> Speaker 1: No, I'm the customer. You're the worker. >> Speaker 2: Send money then. >> Speaker 1: I'm the customer. I got money, more money than you make. You talking about? [INAUDIBLE] You want to take it. [INAUDIBLE] >> I'm a customer. [00:01:06] >> Speaker 3: You're more than welcome to. >> Drug money. >> Speaker 1: Drug money. >> Speaker 4: That ain't it, y'all. Miss Karen got some more Karen to do. Take out this video. >> Speaker 1: Now, I sell drugs. >> Speaker 5: Hold on, let me finish. [00:01:22] Nothing was going on, okay? I deal with customers on a daily day basis. That's profiling. And what she did. Do you have something I can help you with? For her to come up and approach us like that, in that manner, that is not right. >> Speaker 6: Excuse me, ma'am. >> Speaker 1: If she don't get fired. [00:01:38] >> Speaker 1: Hold on, wait a minute. Us coming in here laughing automatically makes us drug dealers and shoplifters? Cuz that's what you assuming. Cuz do I shoplift anything? All right, so I'm like- >> You have no idea who we are. >> Speaker 1: That right there is not right at all. >> Speaker 5: He could be an attorney. [00:01:53] >> At all. >> Speaker 5: He could be a lawyer. >> Speaker 2: And neither is what you guys did when I came up to you and said, can I help- >> You don't come up to me. >> Speaker 2: I ask everybody all the time, can I help you find something? >> Speaker 1: No, you didn't say that. >> Speaker 2: Yes, I did. >> Speaker 1: I said, don't talk to me like that. [00:02:08] You don't come up me with attitude. I'm a customer. You have no reason to be talking to me right now. >> Speaker 2: You're gonna answer to your superior for not backing me up. >> Speaker 1: What manager backs up an employee who argues with customers? You don't do that. >> Speaker 3: Mary, I need you to walk away. [00:02:24] >> Speaker 1: That's not right. >> Speaker 2: You tell him to stop. >> Speaker 3: No, I need you to walk away, Mary. I need you to walk away now. >> Speaker 2: Brandy, this is all- >> Speaker 1: Wow, even come go against the manager. >> You related to this. >> Speaker 1: You're going to yell at your manager? >> Speaker 4: That's right, and she ain't finished. [00:02:39] This is how it ended, y'all, check it out. >> And call me a drug dug. >> I guarantee she don't get in trouble [CROSSTALK] >> Speaker 1: I never attacked you, Mary. All I told you do is don't talk to me. I'm a customer. >> Speaker 2: You're lucky I don't know your name, Mister, because no job is worth you. [00:02:56] >> Speaker 1: Yeah? >> [LAUGH] >> Speaker 3: You're gonna take. >> Right now if that's what she feels. >> Speaker 1: You yell in your story. >> Speaker 3: Follow me again, Mister, and I will break your hands. >> Speaker 3: Mary. [00:03:12] >> Speaker 1: Come on, ma'am, I'll bench press you. >> Speaker 1: Nobody following you. [NOISE] >> She called me a drug dealer. She called me a shoplifter. >> Speaker 2: Look where he's at. [00:03:28] He was over there. He's following me. >> Speaker 1: You came over here. >> Speaker 1: Don't let her, don't let her kill herself. >> Speaker 1: No, we customers. Come on, I spend money. I got money to spend. [00:03:45] Do you guys have grievance forms? >> Speaker 4: Grievance, grievance, my friend. This isn't grievance you need. What you have witnessed is unadulterated white supremacy, and it is birthed out. This strength, her ripping her jacket off, her seeing him as a drug dealer, [00:04:02] her approaching them, her being angry that she's not being backed up. The superior that the manager has answered to is not someone in Walmart. It's the whiteness, the ideal of whiteness. How dare you stand with these black people against me? The woman, the manager said, I asked them to take their book bags off, and [00:04:20] they had no problem. That wasn't enough. These people are treating Walmart as a playground. And what does she mean? They were laughing, and they must be in there trying to spend their drug money if they have money. Here's the problem. All of the nastiness that exists, this power that gives this little old [00:04:40] woman the strength to stand up to these young black men, is white supremacist. She's standing on the shoulder of racist giant. She is standing on the shoulders of that massive ode to white supremacy in Georgia. I don't care where she is. [00:04:55] This is directly linked to our power and belief that Robert E Lee was superior to somebody, that he was a great general. We cannot disconnect this. This behavior, Sharon, is disgusting for so many reasons. The idea that she's willing to sacrifice her income, [00:05:12] the idea that she's willing to go back and scream at her manager, pull out a camera, come back after she's walked away and film the customer. This level of whiteness, what makes you believe that these people are drug dealers? Plus, I don't know drug dealers that shop in Walmart, [00:05:28] that's just a personal note for any Karen that works at Walmart. Drug dealers ain't in there, dawg. They ain't in there. [LAUGH] So it's just disgusting on so many levels, Sharon, on so many levels. >> Speaker 1: Yeah, it is, and they're getting more and more fierce. This old G Karen, this reality show reunion, [00:05:46] ready to jump up and do some damage Karen. And you're right, the manager can't tell her nothing. Nobody is going to tell this Karen how to do her job. And apparently her job involves policing black men, policing young black people, [00:06:03] which I believe is why she took the job, Mayor, at Walmart. Just like you and I, I'm sure, have discussed why certain people wanna wear police uniform, because they wanna feel that power. They wanna feel like, perhaps, they're not over anybody else in their life. [00:06:18] They have no control. But in this instance, with her name tag, I think had that little smiley, is that a Walmart thing, the smiley face? I thought they just put it on the receipts that they checked in black neighborhoods. Okay, they don't do it at every Walmart. But where was I? This old G Karen has got to be apprehended. [00:06:36] She's vicious, she cannot be left to her own devices in the wild of aisle four or wherever she was. Watch your back. >> Speaker 4: Yeah, it is beyond dangerous when we see people act this way and we know this could have. The terror of this is, some of these young boys don't play like older generation. [00:06:53] They're not gonna pull out their cameras. They're gonna react in a different manner and people don't understand. Approaching people in this manner can be extremely dangerous, not just for the people that you're approaching, but for the outcome. Cuz if they would have react it in a different way, police would have been called, these boys could be dead. These young men could be dead right now.
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