Feb 17, 2009

Shaming Away Accountability Is A Black Woman's Favorite Ploy

It doesn't matter what type of Black Woman you're dealing with, if you're calling her out on her bullshit she'll try to shame her way out of accountability. The video shows Connecticut Superior Court Judge E. Curtissa Cofield continually interrupting Sgt. Dwight Washington who was booking her on a DUI charge.

Following are some excerpts from the exchange that highlight Cofield's tactics.

Keep in mind, this is how Black Women react to any degree of scrutiny, especially by Black Men, about their irresponsible behaviors.

Also, keep in mind Judge Cofield is an example of an educated, professional, powerful, Black Woman whose day-to-day life is supposedly spent upholding the moral fiber of all Americans--Black Men deal with this ALL THE TIME, especially when holding a Black Woman accountable for her behavior!


In an attempt to diminish a Black Man's professional status and accomplishment, she calls Sgt. Washington a HNIC:

At 2:17 a.m. on Oct. 10, nearly two hours into the booking at headquarters, Cofield is seated at a desk and calls her husband on her cellphone. Washington, who like Cofield is black, is standing about 3 feet away.

Her end of the conversation, in part, is: "I don't need a ride home. ... I'm a criminal. ... What? What? ... Well, they got the head n----- in charge and he … Which one, the head n----- in charge? … Washington. OK. That's H-N-I-G...."

Belittling a simple fact-finding question (and deflecting) she passive-aggresively reminds a Black Man of her own professional and social status:

Washington asks [Cofield's husband], "Do you guys have Triple-A?" Hearing that, Cofield interjects: "Oh, no. We don't. We're ghetto Negroes. We don't have Triple-A."

Cofield's Black Woman Shaming Tactics begin early by placing herself as the victim and Sgt. Washington as the wrong-doer:
Earlier, when asked if she was injured, Cofield replied: "Yeah, I am. I'm humiliated by your f-----g attitude."

This attack is on something intangible, i.e. his attitude, rather than something empirical, e.g. his behavior. Black Women always elevate nonsensical threats--the kind of threats that 'ought' to exist, but may not.

However, if the threat exists, in this case, his 'attitude', then the target of the projection must deal with the shame of having presented the threat--after all, he shouldn't have an attitude with a Black Woman simply because she's a Judge who habitually drives drunk.

It is a loaded projection. A Trojan Horse, per se. Just beneath the surface of the projection, in this case, the ' f-----g attitude', is the shame for having the attitude. Both are simultaneously projected.

Nonetheless, if Sgt. Washington had a bad 'attitude', he could simply say, "I'm supposed to have a bad attitude about you, you were driving drunk..." and he would be correct. But, based on the recording, there's no good reason to believe he had an 'attitude' at all.

His 'attitude' was completely fabricated...by her. (Black Women, and some enabling Black Men, scoff at the increasingly popular allegation of Black Women's 'witchcraft'!)

We all should have bad attitudes about drunk drivers. Of course, she could not attack his behavior (something empirical), since, if the video segment is an example of the entire encounter, he was 100% professional and in my opinion, tolerant.

That's why Black Women attack things that are difficult to justify in the heat of the moment. Your "attitude", your "motivation", and even your "romantic life". Take Sgt. Washington's example and ignore opportunities for such justifications while you're holding Black Women accountable for their bad behaviors. Remember: She's the one being held accountable, not you.

Judge Cofield reminds a Black Man that Black Women are in charge at all times and simultaneously shames him:

Asked if she was ill, Cofield replied, "I'm sick of being treated like a freaking Negro from the 'hood," and added: "Write it down, write it. Did you hear what I just said?"

Black Women want others to understand if you're going to hold them accountable for their bad behavior, it's an uphill battle the whole way. She'll even take opportunities to "command" you to do things that she knows you're going to do anyway. This way, the record shows you followed her instructions.
In her mind, when you complete the action, the score shows: Judge Cofield-1 Black Man-0.

If the action, in this case 'writing', is something you weren't going to do anyway, she shames the fact you're 'writing' anything else at all.

Seriously, take a moment to consider this...she is a Superior Court Judge. Although she makes being from 'the hood' a joke, isn't that exactly how she's acting? Again, this is a Judge. A Judge...

Attempt to make Black Men feel ashamed for being black:
Asked what her illness was, Cofield said: "Negro-itis."
Judge Cofield's insistence reminding Sgt. Washington of their race is either an attempt to make him feel ashamed for doing his job when it involves another black person, or with subtlety, remind him that Black (Negro) Men inflame her. After all, -itis is an inflammation.

In Judge Cofield's day (she is 59 or 60), referring to Black Men as 'Negro' was common. Referring to Black Women as Negro Woman, was common. So her term 'Negro-itis' can be inferred to mean Black Man-itis.

Black Women attack a Black Man's race with the skill of the most seasoned White Supremacist:
"Do you need to take any medication now?" Washington asked. "Yeah, I need to take anti-Negro, ummm ..."
Clearly her attack is on the Sgt. Washington's person. Not his role as an officer processing her. This is an example of a coping mechanism all Black Women have when they are being called out by Black Men.

Judge Cofield takes the Walk of Femininity:
When he asked what she weighed, Cofield replied: "Why don't you look at me, tell what you think?"
By directing Sgt. Washington's attention to her body, she is challenging his sexuality and inter-genderal courage.

Even the lowest rung Black Woman will remind a Black Man of her higher status (even if it's imagined) and defy his authority:
When asked to sign a form that she understood her rights, Cofield said, "I'm not signing anything, because when it comes down to the bottom line, who's smarter — me or you? We'll figure it out, won't we?"
Again, this is a fantastic example of a Black Woman projecting her character weakness onto a Black Man who is calling her out.

Who is smarter? It does not remain to be figured out, it's already a matter of fact. The person who is *not* being charged with DUI is smarter!

More examples of shaming tactics Black Women use when being called out:

Washington asked if she was willing to take an intoxication test. She replied: "Mr. Negro Washington. I need to go to the bathroom, and then I will take the test."

At another moment, after she had given a urine sample, Cofield asked Washington: "Do you have a reading on my urine test, Negro trooper?"

Asked if she took any drugs, Cofield responded: "Oh, yeah, I'm a crack addict. Do I look like that to you?" (Another, albeit useless, Walk of Femininity)

More about Judge Cofield's recent background:

Community Court Judge Charged With DUI; Allegedly Hit Police Car Parked At Work Zone

The presiding judge of Hartford's community court was charged with driving under the influence Thursday night after her BMW struck a state police car parked at a construction zone, police said.

Judge Appears Before Judge | Charged With Driving While Intoxicated After Her Car Struck Police Cruiser

Like any defendant, Judge E. Curtissa R. Cofield walked through the metal detector Monday at Superior Court in Manchester.


Cofield Allegedly Used Racial Epithet During DUI Arrest; Conduct Questioned

The co-chairman of the state legislature's judiciary committee wants a full review of allegations that a judge charged with drunken driving last month angrily hurled epithets at police officers during her arrest, called a black state police sergeant nigger and told officers she was a state judge.


Judge's Behavior 'Reprehensible,' Rell Says

Gov. M. Jodi Rell said Tuesday that the racially charged language that state Superior Court Judge E. Curtissa R. Cofield reportedly directed at police during her drunken-driving arrest last month was "clearly reprehensible."


Judge Accepted For Alcohol Program

Superior Court Judge E. Curtissa R. Cofield stood in a cramped courtroom Monday and apologized for sideswiping a state police car with her BMW in October, an accident police say was caused by drunken driving.

Postscript: E. Curtissa R. Cofield

State Officials Eager To View Recording Tied To Judge's Arrest

The case of E. Curtissa R. Cofield, the Superior Court judge accused of using racially charged language during her drunken driving arrest, has slipped off the news pages in recent months. But that could soon change.


Ms. Cofield got an eight-month suspension with no pay or benefits

It's not a hard conclusion to draw...Black Women suck.


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