Tonight, I'll show you two videos.
They’re from Virginia, but they really could be from anywhere in Canada, the UK or Australia too.
One video, which was released first, has been viewed hundreds of thousands of times. It shows a woman driving in her car, after receiving a speeding ticket.
And it caused the release of the second video, taken by the body-camera of the police officer who gave her the ticket.
Both sides were friendly enough at first. The officer is polite, but firm. The woman gets defensive.
But there is nothing racist, or sexist, about the officer's behaviour.
But look at what that lady did right afterwards:
She got on her phone and did a Facebook livestream.
Eleven minutes long — which was several times longer than the entire interaction.
Of course, she’s crying.
And she mentions race again and again — that she’s black; that the cop was white. She whips herself into a frenzy.
But more importantly, she whips the world into a frenzy, with her false accusations of racism, her extreme victimology.
Most of the world saw the accusation first. They might not have seen the second video, the body cam video, at all.
How much damage did this liar do?
This drama queen? This huckster? This hoaxer?
I have a new rule:
If there is a claim of racism or sexism or Islamophobia — I want to see proof...
NEXT: Tiffany Gabbay, our Managing Editor at The Rebel, joins me to talk about the opening of the U.S. embassy in Jerusalem, and to "fact check" the skewed reporting about the "protests" in Gaza.
THEN: Toronto Sun columnist Anthony Furey comes on to explain why civil disobedience, not court challenges, are the real threat to the Trans Mountain pipeline.
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