This man is so committed to checking white privilege that he’s kidnapping white people and forcing them to watch 9-hours of the miniseries “Roots” in order to “celebrate” Black History Month and help them “understand” their “racism.”
Somehow I don’t think this was the best thought-out plan…
Fifty-two-year-old Robert Lee Noye from Iowa was charged with abducting an unnamed white woman and holding her captive at a house where she was forced to watch the nine-hour ABC miniseries “Roots” so she could better “understand her racism,” according to police reports.
New York Post reported that when the woman tried to move, Noye ordered her to “remain seated and watch the movie with him or he would kill her and spread her body parts across Interstate 380 on the way to Chicago,” per the complaint. Perhaps the misguided social justice warrior should have watched Netflix’s “Abducted in Plain Sight” to better understand kidnapping: Noye was arrested Monday and now faces charges of first-degree harassment and false imprisonment.
The left-leaning popular radio show “The Breakfast Club” out of New York City discussed the incident on their show.
“Roots” was based on Alex Haley’s ancestry beginning with Kunta Kinte, a young Gambian warrior in the 1700s who was kidnapped and sold into slavery and while I remember watching Roots and really enjoying it, I don’t think being kidnapped and forced to watch it under the threat of murder would do much to promote Black History Month.
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