City of Plainfield, Ind., via RTV6 screenshot

A Plainfield, Ind., policewoman was placed on administrative leave after she committed an act of blatant terrorism, injuring hundreds of white police officers by calling them out for their “white male privilege.”

According to an RTV6 report, the Plainfield Police Department was taking a transgender-awareness training seminar sponsored by the U.S. Department of Justice along with city officials, the prosecutor’s office, local schools and county officials. During the training, a brave white policeman dared to ask the tough questions, namely: If he doesn’t specifically know anyone who’s been abused by a cop, then how could police violence possibly be a problem?

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“My life has never been part of police violence,” the officer asked Caucasianally. “Most people that I know have never accused the police of violence. So I guess I don’t get where that statistic comes from.”

That’s when Police Capt. Carri Weber interrupted the man, attacking him, the police officers and all white people with a brutal, hateful onslaught of logic and reason. “Because of your white male privilege, so you wouldn’t know,” Weber says.

Befuddled by her response, the man said, “I’m sorry?” and Weber repeated herself with a second flurry of her terroristic truth telling

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“Because of your white male privilege,” Weber repeated.

“Chief, are you going to let her get away with that?” one cop exclaimed as his fellow officers erupted in simultaneous butt-hurtedness. “Seriously? I’m asking a legitimate question and I’m getting [unintelligible] white privilege? Are you serious? I find that extremely offensive ... I will leave.”

The man later filed a complaint with the Police Department, explaining the validity of his white tears.

I was racially and sexistly slurred by Captain Carri Weber while I was asking a question of the instructor in training. I am now firmly aware of the discriminatory belief she just verbally communicated. ... There is no place in the Plainfield Police administration or supervision for someone who holds and espouses her discriminatory views.

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Just like white people ... always playing the race card. Why can’t they stop being victims?

To the gentleman’s credit, he does make a lot of sense. I’ve never been to the moon, so why should I believe all this bullshit they keep feeding me about solar energy? Sure, I can see it if I tried to look, read about it in books or listen to experts, but can I really know it exists? And if someone tells me about it, I find that very offensive.

In response, Plainfield Deputy Town Manager Tony Perona said that the city officials voted to place Weber on administrative leave until they vote on her future with the Police Department—or, alternatively, until they can figure out what this mythical “white male privilege” thing is that she keeps talking about.

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As a matter of fact, that’s the stance I’m taking on everything from now on. If I have never experienced something, then it doesn’t exist. And if someone tries to explain it to me, they’re being racist or sexist. Because of my newly held belief system, I’d like to announce that I no longer believe in:

  • dunking a basketball
  • cuddling with Rihanna
  • Yankee fans who aren’t assholes
  • bottle service
  • equality

Also, we here at The Root send our deepest condolences to the brave men and women of the Plainfield, Ind., Police Department who experienced this violence. Thoughts and prayers.

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