Skip to comments.WATCH: Charlotte woman fired after video of 'harassing' rant goes viral
Posted on 10/28/2018 12:10:29 PM PDT by Blue House Sue
CHARLOTTE, N.C. - A video showing a woman harassing two women standing outside their apartment has gone viral.
The initial incident happened happened Friday, Oct. 19, according to Charlotte-Mecklenburg police.
The two sisters, Leisa and Mary Garris, were waiting outside of their apartment for AAA to jump their car when the woman approached them.
"We are so distraught and still very upset about what has taken place only because of the color of our skin," the sisters said. "It is so upsetting to know that today we still have this overt racism going on in 2018."
After the woman approached the Garris sisters, you can hear her say, "This is Myers Park, SouthPark, B****. Why are you up in here hanging out?"
The woman is then heard saying, "Hi, how are you?"
One of the Garris sisters is heard saying, "I don't know, but you're harassing me."
The woman responds by saying, "Do I need to bring my concealed weapons too? This is North Carolina by the way."
(Excerpt) Read more at wsoctv.com ...
Good grief. She acts hyped up on something.
She’s an unhinged nut and needed to be fired.
If these white people were really fearful, they would not confront these innocent people - they would call the police.
I take that as proof they are just white racist bullies.
“She acts hyped up on something.”
She may have been over-served.
And she will now be over-charged by the local prosecutor, and will be over-charged by her defense lawyer.
Cause and effect. The consequences of actions.
Add alcohol to a racist bully, and that’s what you get.
You can’t fix stupid - but apparently you can fire it...
Wow. She sounds like a drunken loon. Or some bad combo of alcohol and drugs. She is really off her rocker.
Those sisters looked about as dangerous as Diamond and Silk.
About ten years ago, at the request of my company, I took a very pregnant young girl and her very tattooed boyfriend 200 miles from a local hospital to another larger and more advanced hospital. This was not emergency transport. No ambulance was involved. She simply needed to get there.
Now he wasn’t too bad to talk to. But she was disgusting. She didn’t like non-white doctors and kept complaining about “sand ni**ers getting between her legs”. Well, I got them to their destination. But they got no well wishes from me after I dropped them off.
She’s clearly drunk. Seen it too many times.
That’s what booze will do to ya.And of course the two women have consulted a lawyer recommended by Reverend Al/
She was drunk and behaving in a stupid manner. Drunks do stupid things.
Be wary of what you say in this era where everything seems to be recorded. Everyday life is now on a stage. Lots of us say and do stupid things — perhaps not what she did here — but not politically correct nonetheless. Many of us say things hastily that would not look good when watched later on TV. There is a bigger picture here that troubles me. If one extrapolates this trend it could get to the point that much of your life is recorded for all to potentially see.
I would not want my former bosses to see me at my worst.
I worked in a big city ER for years.All ERs have their regular patients..."frequent flyers" we called them.Many of our frequent flyers were drunks and although they were usually drunk when we saw them occasionally they'd be sober.The difference between drunk and sober was sometimes dramatic.
This women may very well be a jerk when sober but my experience tells me that that's not necessarily the case.
“Thats what booze will do to ya.”
Booze will not make a normal person turn into a racist idiot.
Had a meme some time back, something to the effect that because I grew up in the 80’s there’s no video evidence of the stupid stuff I did ...
See Post #17
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