Woman Calls Police On Black Woman Over Parking Spot, Claims She Was Being ‘Attacked’

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In yet another upsetting video a White woman was captured on film using racial slurs, calling the police on a Black person over nothing and then playing the victim when confronted.

This time it happened in a grocery store parking lot.

Apparently, the woman who has been nicknamed Peppermint Patty, did not like the way an African American woman was driving in the parking lot, so she called the police.

The video shows the woman on the phone with the police when the other woman approaches and calls her racist.

The first woman replies, in reaction to being called racist:

“Cut the n****r card out.”

If it walks like a duck and uses the N-word like a duck, it’s probably a duck.

The video has gone viral with Twitter Simar posting it with this message:

“A black woman accidentally exited the wrong parking lane while visiting store & was verbally harassed by this white woman. The woman proceeded to call the cops on her for her driving & when called a racist, she responded by saying ‘cut the “N” card out.’ Twitter, do your thing.”

The video cuts out after the woman says in the phone:

“I’m getting attacked, I can’t even talk right now—by these two black women calling me a racist.”

People are so over it. 

Many thought she should have been charged.

More and more there are calls to stop wasting police resources for petty racists.

People suggested contacting their newly elected Governors.

This really needs to stop. 

It is unclear if the police actually showed up to respond to the woman’s call about “driving incorrectly” in a private business parking lot.

H/T: Raw Story, AOL

Written by Jonna Ivin

Jonna Ivin is the founder of STIR Journal and writer of the essay, I Know Why Poor Whites Chant, Trump, Trump, Trump. She has appeared on NPR, OPB, The Roland Martin Show and KCRW. Jonna is the author of the books Will Love For Crumbs, 8th Amendment, and, Sister Girl. Her writing has been featured in Good Magazine, STIR Journal, The Establishment, and xoJane. Twitter @jonnaivin