Mr. Walker lives in a quiet, respectable neighborhood.
When one has been driving the fanciest car his entire straight white life, under the assumption that he owns the ENTIRE road (indeed that it was built for him alone), how strange the concept that there should be lanes on that road that he ought recognize and respect?
The assumption, logical from his point of view, is that others must respect HIS journey and get the hell out HIS way.
Walt Disney (no stranger to white privilege) ironically painted a great portrait of this kind of aggressive own-the-road mentality here:
So let this be a lesson to you, Mr. Cracker:
Give the other fellow a break and . . .
Aww, shut up!
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