In today’s world of quick access to video cameras on cell phones, racists and bullies should have already learned a lesson. Some of them, however, will still need to discover the karma that videos and social media can unleash.
Stole it off of Facebook pic.twitter.com/6J7C03lKOa
— TEXICAN (@TXBOY361) October 26, 2018
Charles Geier of Texas was quickly found by Twitter sleuths after a video of him harassing a Latina woman with her toddler daughter in the back seat. In fact, it only took 21 hours after the video was posted for his name to go public.
The child in her car seat looked on as Geier shouted:
‘Trump’s deporting your illegal cousins today, b**ch…Stop driving in two lanes, anyway, Miss Thing. I’m not that stupid, b**ch. Take all the pictures you want, b**ch. You’re ugly, you need a gay friend to help you with makeup and clothes.’
Just like Barbecue Becky and her police-calling friends, as well as all the other racists caught on video when berating Latinos, Muslims, black Americans, and anyone else who doesn’t look like them, Geier’s name is now easily found in numerous Twitter posts. Although he has deleted his Facebook account, his information has already been captured.
He will likely lose his job, but more importantly, the people who know him and have to interact with him every day will know exactly who he is. He will no longer be able to hide his bullying, xenophobic, and racist side.
Hopefully, Charles Geier’s exposure on Facebook will be a lesson to others. Even with Trump stoking racist anger from every podium at every rally he can find, incidents like these will not go unnoticed, or unaddressed.
Twitter was quick to react. Read some of their comments below:
Featured image via Twitter