Editor’s note: This is satire. What is satire, you ask? According to Dictionary.com, satire is the use of humor, irony, exaggeration or ridicule to expose and criticize people’s stupidity or vices, particularly in the context of contemporary politics and other topical issues. Keep that in mind. Thanks.
A new video of a woman yelling racial slurs and throwing merchandise at other customers in a Target has gone viral on social media.
We apparently have not yet hit our racist-tirade quota for the day. A white man at a downtown Chicago café was captured on camera launching into a rant, calling a black man a slave and comparing him to livestock after becoming angry that the man apparently spilled some coffee on his light-colored suit.
Sometimes I wonder if these racists want to be captured on cellphone video—given the fact that their tantrums have been publicized way too often. But either way, here we are again, this time in New Jersey, where a woman was seen having a meltdown as a Latino family slowed a checkout line by using coupons.