Cheektowaga, New York is a small town of about 88,000 near Buffalo. On Friday, a man filmed an altercation with a woman who admits on camera to calling him a “n*gg*r.” Her excuse? He started his car in a parking lot as she and her two children were walking by, which “scared the sh*t” out of her kids, supposedly. The children can be seen playing in the background, apparently so terrified by the car starting that they are forced to swing from the stanchions.
“I called you a n*gg*r, you’re a n*gg*r,” she screams at the man in the car, while on the phone apparently to her husband. “Nasty, f*ck*ng n*gg*r,” she screams.
An then, this staggering revelation.
“He knows the cops, how many cops have I stripped for?” she asks her husband, who she says will “kill him.”
“I will f*ck*ng yank his *ss out of the car,” she promises, on camera. “He’s a racist, ignorant n*gg*r,” she continues, right in front of her children. “You’re whooping his f*ck*ng *ss,” she adds, concluding, “get the video off my f*ck*ng kids, or I will f*ck*ng break it.”
Towards the end of the video the man, still in his car, closes the window because she threatens to throw her hot coffee at him. Little more can be heard except as she walks away, she again calls him a “nasty n*gg*r.”
Driving while black has apparently been expanded to include even starting a car while black.
Welcome to post-racial America. Pretty cool place.
Ironically, perhaps, this New York mom accuses the man in the car of being a racist.
The video was posted to YouTube yesterday. As of this writing it has 696,946 views. It jumped up about 300,000 views in the few hours since we first saw it today.
Mediaite has identified her as Janelle Ambrosia, and says she went on a local radio station today, claiming she is bipolar.
Of course, we’re not lawyers here, but it wouldn’t surprise us if child welfare services were to get involved. In fact, it would surprise us if they did not.
Remember, folks, every kid deserves a mom and a dad…
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