A video went viral of a Black woman who was pulled over by an officer for using her phone while driving and shows the woman verbally attacking the police officer with racial slurs, mocking him for doing his job and accusing him of trying to murder her, numerous times, for simply asking for her identification. And now, she has been allegedly identified by independent media sources.
“Woman Who Yelled Racist Statements At Latino Cop She Called A Murderer Is College Professor Kalunda-Rae Iwamizu, AKA Kalunda Jenkins,” the Daily News reported.
“She’s an adjunct English professor at Los Angeles Southwest College. At least she was – the college has scrubbed her from their online directory,” according to a site called Turtleboy Sports.
Trutleboy Sports turned up old posts on Twitter that show a social justice warrior who checks all of the boxes, and she also makes a pretty good living, explaining her haughty attitude with the police officer she was abusing with racial slights and barbs.
FROM THE NEWS SOURCE ON THE ABUSIVE FOOTAGE
“NEW: “You’re always gonna be a Mexican; you’ll never be white, you know that?” A Latino LASD deputy sent me his bodycam video of a woman claiming to be a teacher launching into a racist tirade against him when he pulled her over in San Dimas. She repeatedly calls him a murderer.
LASD also tells me the woman has a history of making false complaints against deputies. I’ve learned what her name is, and she has been a professor at schools in the LA area, but at this time, I will not be identifying her because she has not returned any of my calls or emails.
L.A. County Sheriff Alex Villanueva tells me he is proud of his deputy for staying calm and professional during this interaction. I will be live on @FoxNew this evening with this story, beginning with @TuckerCarlson” Bill Melugin wrote, breaking the story.
Fox News reported on the incident: “A woman can be heard verbally attacking a Los Angeles County Sheriff’s deputy with racist slurs during a standard traffic stop in bodycam footage exclusively obtained by Fox News’ Bill Melugin and featured on “Tucker Carlson Tonight” Monday.
The anti-cop hostility in the U.S. reared its ugly head during a traffic stop last month when an officer pulled over a woman who appeared to be using her cellphone while driving.
The 14-year career officer told Melugin that he recorded the interaction on both his official department-issued bodycam and a personal one he bought to “protect himself from false allegations” as the public continues to demonize police following the death of George Floyd last year.”
At Rate My Professor– she was not viewed favorably.
Some of the comments:
“I took her class in the spring of 2017 and I never got a proper grade. Everything that people are saying about her attitude and how she handles your work is correct. Now I’m on probation with financial aid and the school because of her and no one at that school is trying to help me even though I have all the work to show for it,” one student wrote.
“Takes a long time to return papers. Requires the 2nd essay to be submitted before she returns the 1st one, so you don’t know if what you submitted was correct. Changes requirements on assignments after drafts have already been turned in. Won’t answer questions in class and sometimes she comes late. Boastful and rude,” one student wrote.
“When I first took this class, I thought it would be great. She seemed really understanding and caring, however, I was wrong. She rambles forever. Rarely stays on topic. She thinks that she is making a bigger impact than she really was. She is very insecure with herself, very unprofessional. Would NOT recommend at all to anyone,” another student wrote.
“Horrible Teacher. Nastiest attitude I’ve ever had from a teacher. I never write reviews but I had to write one about her so that tells you how bad she is. NEVER TAKE THIS CLASS WITH HER!!” another student wrote.
Kari is an ex-Community Organizer who writes about Voter Engagement, Cultural Marxism and Campaigns. She has been a grassroots volunteer with the GOP, on and off for 18 years. She is a Homeschool Mom in North Carolina and loves Photojournalism and Citizen Journalism. @Saorsa1776