WATCH: Washington BLM Protestor Charged with Assault for Dangling a Donut in Front of Officer’s Face

Black Lives Matter protests have been going up for weeks with everyday civilians across the US and world pounding the pavement to demand racial equality for blacks and people of color.

In this clip an Everett, Washington man was charged with assault after he dangles a strawberry glazed donut on a string and stick in front of a police lieutenant’s face during a Black Lives Matter protest. The lieutenant, clearly livid, warns the man to “get that f-cking donut out my face” as other officers swarmed in to push him away.

Just FYI, cops are synonymous with donuts.

Eventually the man, skateboard in tow is hauled off and booked for “assault”.

Do you think he should have been charged with a crime? After all the donut didn’t appear to strike anyone. I couldn’t see where a crime was committed.

Sound off in the comments!

Racist White Woman Calls Black Woman N-Word and Gets Punched Out

Racism has to stop.

It’s so corny, especially in 2020.

Check out the video below where a white woman and a black woman have some kind of altercation at the 711. At some point the white woman decides its a good day to call the black woman a “n-gger”.

The rest is history.

Thoughts?

Dope Tweetz: Young Warrior Queen Marches Against Racism

Follow my favorite crime writer Don Winslow.

In today’s political climate it is so refreshing to see such a successful writer use his platform to spread pure truth & liberation — but then again, it’s Don Winslow!

Racist Conservative Threatens to Shoot Black Women and Children in the Back

What a sick POS. Please share to social media and expose this bigot ass maggot MAGAt. Only a bitchmade coward shoots from behind.

This is the new face of terrorism.

Here is the video:

Hustle Music: “BLACK” by Buddy ft Asap Ferg

COMPLEX — The 24-year-old rapper dropped off his much-anticipated record “Black” featuring Harlem’s ASAP Ferg with production by Jahaan Sweet. The cut marks Buddy’s first official release since his 2017 EP Magnolia.

And, as its title suggests, the cut is a celebratory anthem about rappers’ personal triumphs as well as those of black America.

I feel like Trayvon with this black hoodie on/Huey P. Newton/Black Revolution/I’m with a Nubian queen and some illegal aliens/I got a black fist balled up and it ain’t just me, it’s all of us,” the Compton rapper spits.