My cousin and I went into the bathroom to take shameless selfies and do some lipstick touchups when a white man walked into the bathroom. My cousin and I were surprised, and as we left the bathroom, she said, “That’s not cool, dude.”
This man’s girlfriend, who was in the bathroom as well, walked out and followed us and said:
“Did you just tell my boyfriend he’s not cool? You’re not cool. You’re from f**** India.” I quickly took out my phone and asked her to repeat what she said, and recorded it.
The money quote:
This is a drunk, racist couple who could physically hurt us.
(Laughs.) The video and the following statement negate the physical threat:
We told the receptionist about what happened, and he followed the racist couple outside, along with security and my brother’s friend who overheard the last part of the scuffle.
Yup. That drunk, racisss couple was walking away. They were leaving! But, you know, they could physically hurt the Muslims.
It gets better. The police showed up.
“Okay, good, the police are here,” I thought. “He will protect us,” I thought. “I’m sure he will arrest them because we felt threatened.”
BadFeelz. BadFeelz. BadFeelz. Arrest! Arrest! Arrest!
“Sorry, we can’t do anything. This is freedom of speech,” he said. “What do you want me to do? It’s his right,” the police officer firmly told us.
Her “freedom of speech” was protected, yet my cousin and I felt threatened by her hate speech.
Where's the fainting couch when you need one?
I prayed that they [her kids] never face such hatred and racism, and for God to keep to them safe always. I promised myself that I would keep teaching them about love, and to respect other people’s differences, and get to know people who look different than them.
The irony: believes in a hateful religion and prays to an evil "God". What a drama queen.
Anyway, nothing says "love" and "respect other people's differences" like pushing to get them arrested. Am I right?