‘Blackish’ Grandmother Teaches Kids to ‘Prey on White Guilt’ to Cheat at School

Oprah – Implicated.

On the January 2 episode of ABC’s sitcom Blackish, “Working Girl,” eight-year-old twins Jack (Miles Brown) and Diane (Marsai Martin) get some terrible advice from their grandmother Ruby (Jenifer Lewis) – If you’re struggling in school, just use your race to cheat.

h/t Marvin

  • Starlord

    Hate to say this but on good knowledge… it used in monetary situations as well. There is a expectation of not paying and when asked put the guilt on.

    Sorry can’t be too specific to keep sorta anon.

  • Drunk by Noon ✓

    Never had white guilt, therefore I can’t be exploited.
    Blacks are with few exceptions stupid, violent, and lazy.
    Everything else is an explanation of why they are stupid, violent, or lazy.

    • Clausewitz

      Had this happen with a few of my diverse students who tried to blackmail me into better marks by claiming they would “Out” me as a racist. In all cases I picked up the phone and called the Principals office and told them one of my students has a need for a meeting. Never heard from these peons again.

      • lolwut? (Deplorable Hoser)

        Probably good to install a dash cam in the classroom to record everything, at least the audio.

        Just a simple accusation is good enough these days.

  • lolwut? (Deplorable Hoser)

    I drink in a a couple of bars that are literally 98-99%% native and it’s always the blacks (Jamaicans, Somalians) who scream racism whenever they pull shit.

    Kinda fun to watch they show when they start shit and then they find themselves
    surrounded by people who are mostly related. a 1 on 1 quickly turns into 1 on 30 cousins and they quickly learn that native women will pummel the fuck out of you
    just as bad as the men.

  • Editor

    I’ve had similar experiences where any disagreement between a white and a black person always ends up with accusations of racism. By the black person. How much anecdotal evidence is required before we can start noticing a trend?

  • Hard Little Machine

    My spouse of nearly 40 years is partly black. Not in any way that’s physically obvious. We check that box whenever it’s presented. Look them right in the eye and say “yup!” Dare them to challenge us. It’s not about white guilt its about gaming the system we didn’t invent.