As the George Floyd Rebellion Rages on I am reminded by the events that happened the week before in Central Park when Amy Cooper tried to call the police on a black man for asking her to follow park rules.
Since then she has lost her job and become a global social media pariah. In addition to this innocent protesters, most of them black, have been beaten, tear gassed, and traumatized by police brutality.
This is why I do not feel bad for Amy Cooper.
Some have expressed pity for Cooper, that they believe what she did was wrong but that the consequences she is suffering are too harsh.
No, they aren't.
Had she been successful it would have cost an innocent man his life. Historically speaking the NYPD is one of the nations most violent police forces, as is best demonstrated by their use of force against peaceful protesters.
Imagine if the tactics used on George Floyd and the protesters were on a man who was just in Central Park for a day of bird watching!
She attempted to facilitate a legalized lynching. She deserves to lose her job, she deserves to have her life ruined.
Especially because her job was at the Franklin Templeton.
FT is a capitalist entity designed to make people rich off of passive income. It is the epitome of what is wrong and should not exist in our economy.
This is the life she built for herself, exploiting workers to make herself and others richer. She is having her life destroyed because her actions were exposed to the world as the hypocrite she and all liberals are.
That's right, if you didn't know Cooper is not a MAGA Trump supporter, she is a liberal who donated to Barack Obama and Pete Buttigeig.
We ruined the life of a Wall Street broker for trying to have a black man killed.
Justice, for once, is almost served.
But I would also point out now that she was fired, FT must investigate her department. She didn't just work for FT she was a manager. We need to see if she was using discriminatory hiring practices, we need to see if she ran accounts in a way that enabled racism.
Amy Cooper got what she deserved. If you think losing your job is not right for calling cops on innocent black people, just remember the job itself was exploitative.
Do not feel sorry for Amy Cooper. She is the sum of all that is wrong with our country.