June 28, 2019
Living in Woke America is like being in an IRL Yu-Gi-Oh match 24/7.
You’re dueling for your life, and you’d better have a good deck of cards to play if you want to survive. The only known defense against the media’s favorite game of “Smite the rando” is to play the “Please be patient, I have autism” trap card!
Let’s look at a real life example of doing it right.
A man called police on two separate groups of black women at an apartment complex, and the ladies believe their race played a factor.
The encounters took place at the swimming pool inside of The Edition Apartments on East-West Highway in Hyattsville, Maryland this past weekend.
The incidents were recorded, in part, and posted on Twitter and YouTube.
The videos have received thousands of comments, reactions, and reposts.
On Saturday, Felecia Soso told her Twitter followers she and six of her friends were relaxing at the swimming pool when they were approached by a man complaining about glass bottles the group had with them.
The man was later identified as Nick Starr-Street, who is a resident at the apartment complex.
Starr-Street told WUSA9 he noticed the glass bottles from his apartment window and decided to go to the pool to get proof that the women were breaking a rule.
In the first video posted on Soso’s Twitter account, you can see Starr-Street recording one of the women and telling her “glassware is not allowed at the pool.”
He tried to get them out of his apartment complex and he needed a reason to do it. So he played his trap card.
The first round went to the irate White resident who was tired of ghetto niggers rolling up to his suburb and swimming in his pool.
The woman in the video agreed to get rid of the glass and ask, “What else do I need to do for you to be comfortable?”
Starr-Street responded in the video, “I’m going to report you to the leasing office.”
Soso wrote someone from the leasing office came to speak to them, and then posted a video of what appeared to be Starr-Street calling the police.
The Hyattsville Police Department showed up to speak to the women. They shared their side of the story and eventually decided to leave the pool.
Round 2 begins, both players draw one card from the deck and add it to their hands.
The second incident
On Sunday, Gaëlle Claude posted a video on Twitter that showed Starr-Street following her and a friend while on the phone with 911.
Her caption read, “This white man literally stalked us from his apartment for damn near a mile just cause we were at the pool drinking wine and taking pictures. Called the police and all…I cannot make this up.”
Starr-Street said one of the women assaulted him by knocking the phone out of his hand and bruising his chest.
Officers could not verify a crime occurred and called the alleged infractions isolated and misdemeanors, according to a statement on the police department’s Facebook page.
Claude and Starr-Street were allowed to go their separate ways without arrests, but both parties planned to press charges for alleged harassment and alleged assault.
Blacks only really play with one deck and always rely on the same opening strategy and the same trap cards. They behave like boons to trigger their opponent into mounting an ill-advised frontal attack. They then activate their “u a rayciss!” trap card.
And usually, this wins them the game.
Naturally, other players believe that the Black deck is stacked and totally OP and needs to be nerfed, but these people are hounded by the SPLC and ADL, which serve as the biased referees in this whole thing.
To date, the only effective counter is the Autism Deck.
“My sense of right and wrong is 0 or 100. I don’t care,” Starr-Street said.
He explained that he called security on a group of white women at the pool on Monday, but admitted he never recorded them or called Hyattsville police.
“I’m autistic. I just see right and wrong,” Starr-Street explained. “I don’t see race. I don’t see gender. I don’t see color. I don’t see any of that.”
According to Ambitious About Autism, a charity for people with autism, it is common for some people on the autism spectrum to become single-minded.
“It’s one thing to have a ‘special interest,’ but it’s another to have a serious obsession,” the website states.
“I think because of the way that my mind works, I don’t always click with other people,” Starr-Street told WUSA9. “I don’t understand when people get upset over the things that I say or do. To me, that’s just how I feel.”
Lol. What a boss. Clearly, this Duel Monsters nigga knew what was up.
It’s the only reason that he’s not serving 400 years in jail right now.
Legend has it that he’s still out there harassing black people at the pool to this day.