People who haven’t yet reached the enlightenment level of Grandpa Lampshade so often have these misconceptions about me. For instance: they think that I hate niggers because of the color of the skin or just because I have nothing better to do. Or perhaps they think that I want to hate blacks when in actuality, nothing could be further from the truth. In reality, I wish blacks weren’t completely incompatible with high trust white civilization. I wish they didn’t have low IQ, poor impulse control and extremely short time preferences. Why? Because when you take their propensity for violence out of the equation, they’re actually kind of entertaining and funny.
A citizen journalist has gone viral after doggedly searching for the cause of a house fire in suburban Virginia.
Rhoda Young, frequently reminding her viewers that she is ‘reporting live’ from the scene, has her cameraman drive her to the site in the city of Norfolk on November 27.
Yes, we’ve documented a rare case when blacks aren’t using Facebook to live stream their crimes.
More believable than CNN
‘We on the scene of this b***h,’ she says in her Facebook Live video. ‘This is Rhoda Young reporting live…I’m a volunteer.’
Not gonna lie, when network news devolves to the point of “We on da scene of this bitch….” I may start watching it again.
Eventually, she stumbles upon a man sitting on a lawn across the street from the burning home.
He is sipping a Pabst Blue Ribbon beer and appears to be calm.
Who the hell drinks Pabst? I tried that once and it was the nastiest shit I’ve ever tried to drink. For some perspective, I’ve drank Pearl light before.
Young approaches him and states: ‘That’s your house? Oh god! Bless you.’
This woman is so talented, she’s able to play good cop/bad cop all on her own.
As he takes a sip of PBR, she says: ‘Now lemme ask you this: How did it catch on fire?’
‘Was you home?’
Watch him Rhoda! This one looks tricky!
This case is about to be blown wide open!
She describes how he purchased a six-pack of ‘red, blue and white ribbon beer,’ which he corrects to PBR.
Later, she provides commentary on how electrical wiring in the house is going down.
Electrical wiring my ass mufugha!
‘Oh s**t, f**k, f**k, let’s get out of here,’ she says. ‘I need to get this street blocked off.’
Even while working the case, she’s still got public safety in mind. Not gonna lie, if she lost like 200 pounds, I might would totally waifu her.
She then notices that the PBR-drinking house dweller suffered burns to his hair and face.
He tries to swat her away, to which she says: ‘Don’t hit me now.’ She then asks for a high-five, and he consents.
She then stabbed him………….
LOL Not really.
She tells the camera: ‘The owner of the house was upstairs when the fire started…Doing my investigation, I have now discovered his motherf*****g hair was on fire, and his pants is burned off his d**n leg.
‘So he was right there when the fire started, and he got a six pack of godd**n PBR.
‘So now I gotta figure out how he start that fire.’
Now that’s shit’s funny, I don’t care who you are. There is no denying that this is better than anything on regular network news, much less your local boring ass news. I think the local TV station should offer Rhoda a job right f*****g now!
She tells a firefighter that she has figured out what caused the fire, but the firefighter rebuffs her.
She also revisits the man, who appears to want nothing to do with her.
Well TBH they were simply following protocol. Chapter 1, sub-chapter 2 of the policy and procedures handbook: if approached by blacks, don’t relax. Little did they realize that Rhoda had just blown this mufughan case wide open.
‘Once again, that’s the owner drunk as a motherf****r.’
If she had a local TV news gig as an on the spot reporter, she could have followed that up with “Now back to you crackas in da studio”.
He eventually gets arrested, presumably on charges of causing the fire.
Young makes sure to use allegedly – even in instances in which it is not exactly necessary – after being reminded of the term by an unidentified man.
‘Allegedly this man set his house on fire. He has allegedly been placed under arrest. He allegedly admitted to setting his house on fire.’
Wow that twist at the end. I never would have figured the Pabst Blue Ribbon guy was the culprit. I’m sorry, allegedly the culprit. This my friends, is true journalistic professionalism. In all seriousness here, we could throw out every last kike who is allegedly a journalist and replace them with the likes of Rhoda and we would have more accurate reporting and let’s be honest, it would be a hell of a lot more entertaining.
She concludes her video with a plea for recognition; her interactions with law enforcement during the fire consist of them giving the cold shoulder or, in once instance, rolling their eyes at her.
‘I did solve the crime before the fire marshal got on the scene.
‘Whether or not they want to give me gratitude or tell me thank you, but guess what: I know I did my job.
The camera man is pictured on the left. Would be alleged criminals know this: if you see this duo at the scene, your days are numbered!
Well I don’t know if these people will give you any recognition or not. For what it’s worth, this internet Nazi raises a toast and will recognize you here. Thank you Rhoda Young. Not only did you solve this case but you did it in the most entertaining way imaginable. If I ran a local TV station and I was being pressured to add more diversity to the lineup I would hire you right now, on the spot. Sadly, all I can offer you is the recognition afforded to you on this humble space here. So here’s to you Rhoda Young investigative journalist for a job well done.