Kraebber’s mother is an architect with a prominent New York firm and her father is a child psychiatrist who teaches at Columbia University. The family has homes in New York’s opulent Upper East Side and in Connecticut.
The Friday night/Early Saturday morning demonstration was organized by groups calling themselves the “Revolutionary Abolitionist Movement” and the “New Afrikan Black Panther Party”.
The rioters lit trash can fires and scrawled graffiti — including the word “Abolition” — as they made their way north screeching:
“Every city, every town, burn the precinct to the ground,”
About 300 people are near Lafayette and Canal in Manhattan, chanting "every city, every town, burn the precinct to the ground". pic.twitter.com/4D2uA6Z23N
— PROTEST_NYC (@protest_nyc) September 4, 2020
Does Clara Kraebber Know What A ‘White Privilege Hypocrite’ Looks Like?
Then all she needs to do is look in any mirror because, talk about being born with a silver spoon in your mouth.
Not only is Clara Kraebber an undergraduate at Rice University, where the average annual tuition is nearly $50,000.
Clara Kraebber’s ultra-rich white parents also forked over $1.8 million so Clara could live in a swanky Upper East Side townhouse.
The Kraebber’s other residence is a house located in Connecticut which dates back to 1730 and features four fireplaces and was most likely built with the help of Black slaves.
But after setting her Liberal Logic dial to “11,” Clara Kraebber delusionally saw nothing wrong with joining her fellow Black Lives Matter, Antifa rioters in protesting the evils of America’s so-called ‘White Privilege’ class.
Revolutionary Abolitionist Movement protesters geared up in Black Bloc take over NYC Streets carrying a “Death to America” and “Free All Prisoners” banners
Chants of “every city, every town, burn the precinct to the ground” pic.twitter.com/RXX9vHCDLX
— Elad Eliahu (@elaadeliahu) September 4, 2020
A law enforcement source who was at the protest told The New York Post:
“This is the height of hypocrisy,
This girl should be the poster child for white privilege, growing up on the Upper East Side and another home in Connecticut.
I wonder how her rich parents feel about their daughter. How would they feel if they graffitied their townhouse?”