An irate social justice warrior filmed an exchange she had with a Lyft driver after she was triggered by a small ornamental Hawaiian doll he had displayed on his dashboard.
The woman filming, a porn CEO named Annaliese Nielsen, put up a big fuss about the doll claiming it somehow offended her, and said the driver, who was of Asian descent, was exercising his white male privilege by refusing to take it down.
The months-old video is steeped in irony as Nielsen tells the Lyft driver she is going to send her film to the now-defunct media organization Gawker.com, who she insists would have published it – had they not declared bankruptcy and closed down earlier this month.
Nielsen later took to Facebook to explain the event and complain that she was being attacked by “white nationalist” members of the “alt-right” after her video was publicized.
— Cassandra Fairbanks (@CassandraRules) August 29, 2016
Nielsen also attempted to have activist Lauren Southern banned on Youtube for creating a viral, critical video of her exchange, complaining that Southern’s video amounted to “bullying.”
— Annaliese (@tornadoliese) August 28, 2016