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Vermont ‘Karen’ Shouts ‘Black Lives Don’t Matter At All To Me!’ In Racist Rant At Pro-Police Rally

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Leave it to a “Karen” to launch into a racist rant at a pro-police rally.

This past weekend, a pro-police rally took place in Montpelier, Vermont. A group of Black Lives Matter counter-protesters also appeared at the rally, which spurred several into showing their true selves.

In a video going viral on Twitter, a man was seen arguing with the protesters. His speech is muffled by his mask and the competing sounds in the video.

Then a woman, nicknamed “Karen,” rushed forward without a mask or any sense of restraint. She can be heard loud and clear.

The woman yelled at the protesters: 

“Black lives don’t matter at all to me! White lives matter!” 

“You’ve had everything free, f**king everything. Blacks have been coddled for years.”

“Free college, free everything! Your test scores are higher!”

“Everything! Free college!” 

“Free everything, and it’s still not enough and never will be!” 

Beyond the camera, a BLM protester responded: 

“So you’re saying you’re a White supremacist? That’s what I’m hearing.” 

The woman confirmed:

“Black lives don’t f**king matter to me.” 

The woman rushes away, and one protester can be heard calling after her:

“Nice to meet you, Karen!” 

You can watch the full video here: 

 

As the video continues to circulate, people shared their distaste of the latest Karen’s behavior.

Her claims also caused a great deal of confusion among Blacks paying off their student loans.

Some cannot believe how deep the hatred runs in Vermont. 

Others are appalled at her beliefs and how widespread they are. 

Some POC are questioning when their “free” education is going to be offered.

Others are struggling to find hope for improvement at this point. 

But a few unfortunately confirmed this Karen behavior appears in every age group.

No matter how progressive an area seems to be, it’s apparent there are always “Karens” or “Kevins” tucked away among the masses.

Social media seems to agree at this point that the best course of action is to continue to point out their bad behaviors in the hopes of improving our overall societal behavior.

Let’s hope it works.

McKenzie Lynn Tozan

Written by McKenzie Lynn Tozan

McKenzie Lynn Tozan lives in North Chicago, where she works as a poet, freelance writer, and editor. She received her MFA in Creative Writing from Western Michigan University, and her BA in English from Indiana University South Bend. Her poems have appeared in Rogue Agent, Whale Road Review, the James Franco Review, Thank You for Swallowing, and elsewhere; and her essays and book reviews have appeared with Memoir Mixtapes, The Rumpus, BookPage, and Motherly, among others. When she's not reading and writing, she's in her garden or spending time with her family. For more, visit www.mckenzielynntozan.com.