Plymouth Woman’s Attempt To Call Out State Police Racial Profiling Backfires When It Turns Out The Suspect Stole A Car, Hit A Pedestrian, And Abandoned Dogs


There is a desire amongst suburban white woman to not remain silent when they see racism or racial profiling by police, in order to prove to the world that they are one of the “good ones.” Today a Plymouth woman named Amy Lee Durkee bragged about what she did to do her part.

“What I did see (officers knee on the mans neck, at least 5 others on top of the man) was enough for me to not be silent.”

Thank you for your service, Lord Becky, Queen of the Woke.

So brave. So stunning.

Except there’s just one problem – the guy she was saving from racism and police brutality had just stolen a car with two dogs inside of it in Braintree, drove to Boston, hit a pedestrian, and fled to Plymouth.


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I realize the stolen car in Braintree is listed as red, whereas the Plymouth and Boston cars are white, but there’s an explanation for that.

When keeping it woke goes wrong.

The bottom line here is that sometimes when you see the cops arresting a black guy, it’s because he committed a serious crime. I know this is hard for the Becky patrol to comprehend because their entire understanding of race relations and law and order comes from watching a viral video of a man being choked to death, but your desire to be the brave one who doesn’t stay silent can backfire on you if you don’t get your facts straight. Just sayin.


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