No, they’re just sociopathic bullies. See how, as usual, they harass anyone who is weak enough. But that’s not saying, Black racists don’t do the same – we saw an example, as noted in another post (on this blog), how they harassed a 9-year-old Black girl – to suicide – for just having one White friend!
A self-described White supremacist who harassed Vermont state lawmaker Ruqaiyah “Kiah” Morris with so many racist messages that she resigned her post last fall showed up at a press conference on Monday where she was speaking about that harassment.
His arrival immediately sparked objections from other attendees.
“No, no, no, no,” one woman can be heard saying in video of the press conference shared by the Burlington Free Press.
“Out, out, OUT!” another shouted.
“Why is this allowed?” someone repeatedly asked.
Local news reporters identified the harasser, Max Misch, when he arrived near the end of the event. He was wearing a black T-shirt decorated with Pepe the Frog, a cartoon that has been co-opted as a symbol of racism.
Morris, a Democrat who represented Bennington, spoke about the online abuse and threats she endured for two years as the state’s only Black female lawmaker. She was joined at the press conference by her husband, James Lawton; law enforcement officials; and Vermont Attorney General T.J. Donovan.
Morris had been answering a question when she noticed Misch, stopped speaking and stepped back. Donovan then took over the lectern.
In protest, some people in attendance held up their coats to block Misch from view.