Let's look at some of her notable quotes and quotes from the source.
“Black people get shot every day, right?” the woman shouted, getting into the reporter’s face. “It’s okay for that, right?!”
They get shot mostly by other black people. If that’s not okay, then talk to your people and tell them to stop shooting each other.
When Harriman noted that he’d heard gunshots during the demonstration and wondered if the woman might be safer if she were off the streets, she shouted that it didn’t much matter where she was, that she “could still get shot by the police!”
If you have a gun and don’t put it down, then yes you will get shot by the police. Most people who get shot by cops are people who don’t comply to direct orders or who brandish a weapon and put people in danger. 99.9% of people shot by cops deserve it.
When he asked her about the second shooting that night she said, “You want video so you can put it on their news, right?”
“That’s what you’re trying to find out,” She shouted. “If we have a video [of the second shooting that evening] so that you can elaborate and make a f**king fabricated story.” about the events of that evening
How is it a fabricated story if there’s a shootout during a protest? That doesn’t even make sense. I can’t imagine this woman stayed in school very long.