Woman Cries Racism For Getting Ticket, Sheriff Fires Back & Revokes Her Race Card
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A woman in South Carolina wept on Facebook Live after getting pulled over by a police officer she accused of being a racist. Now, the story has gone viral after the cop shut her up with one epic move that you’re going to love. Her race card just got canceled.

Screenshot from the bodycam footage (background), Dawn Hilton-Williams (inset) (Photo Credits:

According to Blue Lives Matter, the South Carolina woman claimed that she was in fear for her life during a traffic stop in rural Virginia. The incident took place on April 27, 2018, after 50-year-old Dawn Hilton-Williams was pulled over in Brunswick County for speeding. The sheriff’s deputy who pulled the woman over was caught a little off guard when he started to receive numerous calls from the public about the traffic stop.


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Comments:
That's ridiculous, the racist is the black woman in the car!
Posted by Darel Beene at 5/11/2018 11:37:02 AM

And we wonder why racism and hate won't die. Kudos to the officer for having his body cam on and shut this crap down before it got started.
Posted by TCBLUE at 5/11/2018 11:57:18 AM

This lady was simply trying to get out of a traffic ticket that SHE earned by going 70 in a 55. Her fault. Good for the Officer to keep his cool and give her a ticket that SHE earned. Too bad you can't give one for mouthing off and being stupid to an Officer.
Posted by Peter Bee at 5/11/2018 1:26:24 PM

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