By Hunter Wallace
I’m sure many of you have already seen the video of Florida State University quarterback De’Andre Johnson punching a White girl in the face in a bar in Tallahassee:
“(CNN)The moment captured on camera escalates quickly.
In one frame, Florida State University quarterback De’Andre Johnson, 19, is seen arguing with a woman at a crowded bar.
In the next frame, she raises a fist.
He grabs her arm. She attempts to hit him. He punches her in the face.
Although the surveillance video was released Monday, the incident took place June 24, inside Yianni’s nightclub in Tallahassee, Florida.” …
FSU head football coach Jimbo Fisher has already released Johnson from the team. We’re confident that he will eventually land elsewhere in the same way that other black athletes such as Dorial-Green Beckham transferred from Mizzou to Oklahoma or Jonathan Taylor who transferred from Georgia to Alabama.
Jameis Winston, FSU’s previous star black quarterback, not only got away with raping a White woman in a “football town,” he was awarded the Heisman Trophy (the Heisman Trust later dropped the word “integrity” from its mission statement), and he went on to become the 2015 NFL number one draft pick.
Like so many other “good boys” who play college football these days, De’Andre Johnson will likely follow in the footsteps of James Winston and do quite well for himself in our world of “white privilege” and “institutional racism.” His actions fit a pattern though which the SPLC has labeled the “false narrative of a victimized white majority under siege by allegedly violent people of color in the United States.”