Thank you. You are helping me make my point.
So, what you are saying is it can only be used against white people. If the circumstances are the same, but it’s against people of color, that makes it racist.
About 6 months after the Aurora theatre shootings, my wife and I were in a theatre about 20 minutes from where it happened. While waiting for the movie, a man in our row, by himself and wearing sunglasses kept looking around, including behind him. Every once in awhile he looked at a piece of paper, then would wad it up and put it back in his pocket. This went in for a good 15 or 20 minutes, including after the preview started.
I was wondering if my wife noticed, when she finally asked me if we could leave.
We reported him to the customer service person, and they asked for a description. He was black. He was likely the only black person in the theatre.
Were we reporting him because he was suspicious, or because we were racist?