The popular craze of white people accepting blame for systemic racism may have been a bad idea. But the Hollywood actors who created a 4-minute long confession video may be in the biggest trouble. This week, federal investigators have been combing through the cringe-worthy footage and charging the celebrities who openly admitted to hate crimes.
In the video Breaking Bad star, Aaron Paul brazenly says, “I am part of the problem. Systemic racism is real and because I belong to the naughty race, I am to blame!”
Two hours after the video was posted, armed federal agents crashed through the windows of Paul’s Beverly Hills home and liberally used their tasers on the bigot. He was hog-tied and charged with a federal hate crime, a felony that carries a 90-year prison sentence for first-time offenders.
“In my 18 years, this is some of the easiest detective work I’ve ever done,” a S.W.A.T member commented. “I’ll never get tired of the look on these racists’ faces when we charge in. They’re always like, ‘It’s ok! I’m white!’”
Federal agents can also confirm that white sheets have been found at each of the celebrities’ homes.