VIDEO: Woman Claims That She Was Stopped For “Walking While Black” But This Video Shows Another Story
Dorothy Bland-Dean of the University of North Texas “Yellow” Journalism School decided to do what the BlackLivesMatter movement does best. That would be to lie and twist the truth.
In Ms. Bland’s case, she decided to coin a phrase; “Walking While Black.” She went so far as to get fellow loosely-termed journalists involved in a public smear campaign against the local Corinth Police Department after being stopped by the officers while out for a morning stroll. Here is a snippet of her piece to the Dallas Morning News:
“Knowing that the police officers are typically armed with guns and are a lot bigger than my 5 feet, 4 inches, I had no interest in my life’s story playing out like Trayvon Martin’s death. I stopped and asked the two officers if there was a problem; I don’t remember getting a decent answer before one of the officers asked me where I lived and for identification.”
She went on about Sandra Bland (no relation), and Freddie Gray, and all those poor black people dead at the hands of white police officers.
Corinth PD did not take this lying down. Chief Debra Walthall responded to the matter with a Dallas morning News spot of her own, informing the public that Ms. Bland was walking down the middle of road, in the direction of traffic, wearing earbuds, oblivious to the great big truck that had to come to a stop to not hit her.
The officers were simply trying to redirect Ms. Bland, to walk against traffic. You know that thing we all learned in Kindergarten. Apparently Ms. Bland missed that day of grade school.
What a moron. Bland is Dean at a journalism school! She is the epitome of what is wrong with our pandering mainstream media today; a bunch of racist, bigoted, anarchist, manipulative, and dishonest people who have no fear of reprisal.
The UNT would do well to get rid of her, but they probably won’t for fear of another Dallas Morning News article along the lines of “Fired While Black.”
Source: Western Journalism