http://pix11.com/2018/04/30/cops-ca...-tenant-former-white-house-staffer-moving-in/ My favorite part... Or to put a little flavor on that... https://www.theroot.com/movinginwhileblack-former-white-house-staffer-accused-1825676624 Because we all know how well things often turn out when the police believe there might anything in the hands of a PoC. This is quickly becoming the new standard course of action for some. See something they don't care for or concerns them, call the police. Party ahead of you not playing fast enough for you on the golf course, and you didn't win the argument you started about it? Ooh. Ooh. The argument was with black people? Call the police! Gym members rightfully using the gym membership they paid for & it's complimentary free pass for a friend to possibly get new business, but you incorrectly deny them & are too embarrassed to face the music. Ask them leave cause it's lawful right to do so, then call the police. Patron enters your store acting disruptive and wearing clothing you might not care for. Ask them to leave because it's your lawful right to do so, ...and NOT call the police? Wait. Forget that example, that must involve religious freedom or something. Now, now, I know some are tired of hearing about race. You know who's more tired about the whole issue of race? PoC! Yeah, can you believe that mess?! PoC tired of race coming up over & over. But it still does. And it's tired I tell ya'. Tired. But hey, some people get triggered when race is brought up. Usually not PoC strangely enough. Those triggered can't see racism, not being a victim of it tends to do that. But some claim they are victims, that bit where they are denied something because it was given to a PoC. Here's an example of a man punished because he supposed involved too many PoC. https://www.theroot.com/football-coach-says-he-lost-his-job-because-he-had-too-1825678381 WHAT THE HECK?! There's just no winning anymore. For some, that is. So for some who are tired of hearing about race, trust bruh, others are too. They just don't have the same luxury you do. An 'investigation' determined Martin wasn't breaking into his own apartment? Investigation? Wow.