It’s not a proper shakedown unless Ben Crump shows up.
$27 million in the George Floyd case, $12 million in the Breonna Taylor case, and $1.5 million in the Michael Brown case. Ben Crump’s business is smearing cops and intimidating cities into offering huge settlements in the hopes of avoiding even more expensive BLM race riots.
Neighborhoods burn, store owners lose their livelihoods, and people die, but Ben gets richer.
You can usually spot Ben Crump at press conferences, raising a fist next to Sharpton, or the family of whichever robber or drug dealer was the latest to die while struggling with a cop.
A list of Crump’s clients also often happens to be a map of race riots, hateful protests, and a nation divided by racist incitement. From Trayvon Martin to Michael Brown to George Floyd to Daunte Wright, Crump is on the ground, raising a fist, and vowing to fight until the check clears.
“This historic $27 million settlement is PROOF that Black lives will no longer be written off as trivial, unimportant, or unworthy of consequences,” Crump declared in March after the Floyd payout. Despite all those millions, Crump is still showing up to sue anyone he can..
Here comes Sesame Street.
The incredibly dumb story here involves a viral video in which racialists harassed some poor schlub in a Mexican puppet costume he could hardly see out of him and falsely accused him of racism.
“THIS DISGUSTING person blatantly told our kids NO then proceeded to hug the little white girl next to us! Then when I went to complain about it, they looking at me like I’m crazy,” Instagram user @__jodii__ said in her post. “I asked the lady who the character was and I wanted to see a supervisor and she told me SHE DIDNT KNOW !!”
“THIS DISGUSTING person blatantly told our kids NO then proceeded to hug the little white girl next to us! Then when I went to complain about it, they looking at me like I’m crazy.”
Civil rights attorney Ben Crump has joined the family of two young Black girls in a call for action after videos appear to show the children getting snubbed by a costumed character.
The group discussed the incident outside Jay-Z’s Roc Nation Social Justice Summit in Manhattan on Saturday and delivered a call to action for those outraged by the incident.
Sesame Street has already apologized and promised to subject its employees to critical race theory indoctrination, but it’s not good enough. It never is.
During an interview with Action News on Saturday, Cathy Valeriano the president and general manager of Sesame Place said the park has been looking at its internal practices, both immediate and long term.
“We are heartbroken as an organization that these girls experienced this and that’s on us,” she said.
Valeriano said the performer in the Rosita costume has not worked since July 16.
And will shortly be lynched. Now it’s time for the UN to weigh in on this.