Race Hustler Isn't Comfortable With Race Hustler Clown Getting White Woman Fired

We have ourselves an old-fashioned race hustler-off thanks to the incident over the weekend where some New York City race hustling clown blue checkmark named Frederick Joseph claimed on video a white woman told him and his fiancée to "stay in your hood" while at a dog park. Joseph went full race hustler clown and hunted down the woman's identity, contacted her employer, and wasn't satisfied until that company fired the woman.

Monday night, fellow race hustler Nikole Hannah-Jones, of '1619 Project' fame, who famously said Cuba is the most "equal" country in the Western hemisphere, spoke up and decided that this race hustler had gone too far with his platform.


Talk about a turn of events. You know Frederick Joseph assumed he'd have the full support of the Black Lives Matter and '1619 Project' community only to be rebuked by the Pulitzer-prize-winning author Hannah-Jones.

You'd think this would put this story to bed and everyone would move on. Nope. This clown Frederick Joseph wasn't done.

What's the lesson here? It's that this clown Frederick Joseph is the last guy an employer should be talking to over a phone about a dog park incident. Give it a couple of hours, research what the dude has been up to on the Internet (terrifying an Airbnb host after going on a Twitter thread rant and more), and stop giving into social media mobs who think firing people from jobs is the path forward in this country.

Other than that, it's nice to see the race hustler community fighting over turf and rules of engagement.

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Joe Kinsey is the Senior Director of Content of OutKick and the editor of the Morning Screencaps column that examines a variety of stories taking place in real America. Kinsey is also the founder of OutKick’s Thursday Night Mowing League, America’s largest virtual mowing league. Kinsey graduated from University of Toledo.