White Girl Tries To Sell Drugs To Cops, Proves White Privilege Is A Thing

06/22/2015 06:04 pm ET | Updated Jun 22, 2015

What does a white girl gotta do to get arrested around here??

Comedian Jessie Kahnweiler wanted to know if she would get preferential treatment from the police simply for being a white woman. The results are hilarious -- and frightening.

Kahnweiler pretty brilliantly shows how a funny, bubbly white girl can get away with a lot more things around police than, say, a black or hispanic person might be able to.

In one particularly crazy moment, Kahnweiler tries to sell two officers her leftover depression medication. They tell her she'd be committing a crime, and then let her go on her merry way when she apologizes and claims ignorance. So if you commit a crime, just say sorry and feign ignorance? Cool, got it.

That's the lesson here, non-white people. When police stop you for doing nothing at all, just apologize for being a law-abiding citizen.


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