Karlos Dillard, a driver for the delivery service Postmates, followed a white woman to her home, harassed and lied about his previous encounter with her, and uploaded it to social media. Dillard has been encouraging rioters to “shoot back” at police.
Dillard claims that a woman, who Nationalist Review will not identify for her own safety, ‘cut him off’ at an intersection. In response, the Postmates driver did what every rational human would do: he proceeded to follow her for three blocks, terrorized her, posted her license plate and address online, then bragged about the harassment campaign on social media. His Twitter handle is “@wypipo_h8” an ebonics term that translates to “White People Hate”.
“Guys this is her license plate number, this is her address,” Dillard says in his video panning the camera to her home. “She flipped me off and then she tried to come home,” Dillard says, not realizing that he just stalked a woman to her home for what he describes as a simple traffic disagreement.
This Karen cut me off, break checked some almost causing a accident flipped me off and called me out of my name. She didn’t know I had time today. #karenareyouokay #karen #blacktwitter pic.twitter.com/sQsKpLcE6D— Karlos Dillard (@wypipo_h8) June 23, 2020
Dillard attempts to justify stalking the woman by claiming that she said the “N” word, but what seems more likely is that he entered an episode of road rage. In fact, that claim of the “N” word seems to disappear and evolve into “you flipped me off” as the video progresses. Recognizing the racial tension currently brewing in society, Dillard likely decided he would upload the video and see if he could earn some praise. Unfortunately, he was right.
The video earned over 100,000 likes and tens of thousands of retweets.
Karlos Dillard has a history of falsely claiming that people have said the “N” word to him. While working as a Postmates delivery driver he attempted to frame an Asian-owned business for racism, perhaps believing that the COVID-19 pandemic would lay anti-Asian cover for him.
I just had a racist Asian lady demand to see my ID and my phone to prove that I was a postmates driver while I was picking up the food. After I refuse to show her my ID. I told her she was being racist and she said whatever Nigger. #blm #postmates @Postmates pic.twitter.com/l2eJQx0u6t— Karlos Dillard (@wypipo_h8) May 28, 2020
These sorts of incidents are becoming more frequent as anti-white racism, particularly directed at women, is at an all time high. Typically, white males have been targeted, but in recent months, a new online term, “Karen,” has been used to target white women that appreciate order in society.
“Shoot Back” Dillard Encourages Protests In America To Turn Violent And Spill Blood
Dillard is a proponent of not just violent protests, but protests that actually spill blood. In a video he uploaded to his Twitter account in 2017, Dillard encourages protesters to end the “Black Lives Matter” chant, opting in favor of a chant encouraging young black men to “shoot back” at police.
Grifting For MAGA Bucks: Dillard Claimed He Was A Trump Voter To Con Money Out Of The Tokenization Crowd
In a previous life, Dillard attempted to con money out of the conservative community by claiming that he supported Donald Trump and voted for him. It isn’t hard to figure out why, with a few favorable immutable characteristics anyone can do it. That’s why people like Diamond and Silk have amassed such a following—there’s no need to kid yourselves, it has nothing to do with brilliant political commentary.
Here’s the receipt.— Chris Menahan 🇺🇸 (@infolibnews) June 23, 2020
In 2017, Karlos Dillard gave interviews as “the Black Conservative Gay Atheist” and said “I did vote for Donald Trump.”
“He didn’t grab me by the pussy,” the Trump supporter-turned BLM activist joked at the time. https://t.co/7sZRY3P4Tc