Anne Hathaway: "ALL Black People Fear For Their Lives DAILY in America"Chris Menahan
Jul. 28, 2018
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According to actress Anne Hathaway, "all black people" live in constant fear in America because white people could kill them at any moment.
"Privileged" white people "DO NOT have equivalence for this fear of violence," Hathaway says.
Hathaway wrote Thursday on Instagram:
The murder of Nia Wilson- may she rest in the power and peace she was denied here- is unspeakable AND MUST NOT be met with silence. She is not a hash tag; she was a black woman and she was murdered in cold blood by a white man.Screenshot:
Wilson's suspected killer, John Lee Cowell, is a mentally ill, schizophrenic, bipolar, homeless drug addict with a long criminal record who was only on the streets because the liberal s***hole of San Francisco stopped punishing criminals for crimes long ago to "fight systemic racism."
Despite "prior arrests that include assault with a deadly weapon," Cowell "was released from state prison in May, just 75 days after completing a sentence for second-degree robbery," AJC reports.
"Investigators said they have found no evidence of racial motivation," AJC reports.
Just to give people an idea of the type of violence happening regularly at BART stations -- which the national media completely ignores -- the BART Board of Directors moved last year to withhold videos of crimes committed on their trains to "avoid racist stereotyping of suspects."
"To release these videos would create a high level of racially insensitive commentary toward the district," BART Board of Directors member Debora Allen said. "And in addition it would create a racial bias in the riders against minorities on the trains."
Though the media praised Hathaway's delusional statement, she was mocked on social media by black conservatives:
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