Was this St Louis white woman the victim of racism for treating a black man the same as she would any white man?

WhitePanther88


This woman is being racially, stereotyped, doxed and targeted as racist by the MSM & a lot of African Americans for treating a black man equally the same as she would any strange white man and for being married to a black man all because she's white, which is actually very racist of them.
She's even married to a black guy.
If you flip it around and a black woman did the same thing to a white man would there be a problem? Would it make the news?
We know what would happen if a man did what she did to a woman, he'd be in jail for harrassment.
Seems to be more of a case of a typical busy body white woman with no common sense or street smarts, if he wasn't supposed to be there or was a crook her blocking him or following him would have ended with her getting punched.
It should be mentioned that if the guy was white and she did this there would be no story and thst this has happened to me before a few times where women (usually white but sometimes black) have taken it upon themselves to ask me questions that are none of their buisness with a sense of entitlement.
This woman is married to a black guy according to the story, maybe harrassing him is how they met lol.

Was this St Louis white woman the victim of racism for treating a black man the same as she would any white man?
Was this St Louis white woman the victim of racism for treating a black man the same as she would any white man?
Yes she's clearly the victim of racism.
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Was this St Louis white woman the victim of racism for treating a black man the same as she would any white man?
No she's a racist because that guy was black
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Triggered!!! Black people can't be racist to white people
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