Revolver, September 29, 2023
Progressive culture teaches white liberals that standing up to specific individuals—mainly black folks—makes them racist. According to this twisted ideology, resisting theft, assault, or even murder from these people will get them labeled “racists.” And God forbid some white liberal calls the police during an attack and actually gets the perpetrator arrested; they’ll find themselves canceled and their lives upended. It’s better for white liberals to just endure the assault and quietly move on. So, when a Forbes “30 Under 30” CEO, a standout entrepreneur with a bright future, was murdered by a black man in her apartment building—a stranger who she buzzed through the door—many naturally wondered if she did so because she didn’t want to appear “racist.”
Refusing to buzz a suspicious-looking black man banging on the door into one’s building—or, God forbid, calling the police—could get a white woman labeled a Karen, a white supremacist, and a racist. It would be considered dangerous stereotyping, white lady tears, and white fragility.
After all, it’s no secret that Pava LaPere was a “woke” progressive who was brainwashed by the media and education system to be very, very conscious of such concerns.
Unfortunately, she didn’t pause to consider safety concerns, and the cost was a brutal and horrific experience.
LaPere appeared to let Billingsley into the building Friday night, security video shows. A man whom authorities believe to be the suspect waved at her through the glass door to come over to him, documents show, after which she opened the door, spoke to him and let him inside. The two then got into the elevator. LaPere lived and worked in the building.
There’s uncertainty about whether this man actually worked in the building. If that’s true, it opens a new can of worms; he’s a violent felon released early and should not be in a position to interact with the public this way.
This is not the first time we have seen a young woman let a strange black man knocking at the door into a building, only to regret it. Earlier this year, a young gym-going woman had to fend off a rape attempt by a suspicious-looking black man who she let into her gym late at night, thinking he was there to work out. And it was all caught on video.
What’s even more concerning is that this dangerous monster was actually under police surveillance at the time, so it’s raising questions as to why the murder wasn’t stopped.
Billingsley was also suspected of raping a woman days before LaPere’s death and was already under police surveillance, authorities said Thursday. Police, however, declined to tell the public about the incident because they believed it was “targeted,” stirring up criticism that LaPere’s death might have been avoided.