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My take on the beautiful story of the racist the community slammed quickly, #PermitKaren

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As reported by DailyKos recently, a white woman, Susan G. Schulz, in the community of Montclair, NJ, harassed a black man by demanding that he tell her if he had a permit to build something in his backyard. Who gives her that right? Well, we can all surmise.

#PermitKaren will regret her racist proclivity

Watch the entire episode here.

When Susan was summarily dispatched from his property as well as realizing she had erred, she called the cops and lied about the black man pushing her. Her white neighbors did not allow her to get away with it. She was labeled “Permit Karen” but the story is deeper as I explain in the video.

We should be impressed with the black family’s neighbors. They did not back down in their defense as the unhinged racist called the police.

Sadly, anytime the police are called on a person of color, that POC’s life is in mortal danger. Susan G. Schulz is no different than Amy Cooper who called 9-1-1 and lied about a black man who asked her to put her dog on a leech threatening her.

Absent a supportive community, this innocent man minding his own business could have ended up on the other side of the ground because of a racist neighbor who believed she had the right to tell him what he could and could not do on his property. It is imperative that anyone who does this is exposed as a deterrent from others putting the lives of innocent people in danger because they are lying racists.

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