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Apr 28 2012

The Trayvon Stork

Where do little Trayvons come from? From parenting like that provided by Jacqueline Morris of Fort Worth. After her 17-year-old son Ernest was fatally shot while breaking into a home, she describes his habits of “messing up” and “having fights at school” as “the normal thing child do”:

Good thing the shooter was black. There was no need for Al Sharpton and the national media to get involved.

On a tip from AC.

32 Responses to “The Trayvon Stork”

  1. Kek says:

    I can’t understand a word that Obama-luvin’ mom is saying.

    Fox4 in DFW is the only voice of reason here in Dallas.

  2. AC says:

    “She has questions, like why the homeowner didn’t do more to scare him away.”

    The homeowner inserted a magazine and racked the slide, yet the intruder persisted in his assault. What was the homeowner supposed to do? Dress in a zombie clown suit?

    Will a liberal academic be denouncing laws against burglary on grounds of cultural relativism?

  3. TrickleUpPolitics says:

    There sure is a difference in tone when it is a black shooter.

  4. Piker says:

    This shooting has more of a chance of being ruled excessive force than the Zimmerman case has of winning a 2nd degree murder charge… granted the burgler had a crowbar (deadly weapon) in his hand, he hadn’t yet breached the interior of the home (breaking and entering meets castle doctrine/stand your ground) and was shot through the window. Where are the justice for the criminal types on this one?

  5. Jay B. says:

    Wild eyed, clueless, barely coherent woman, who believes getting in fights and trouble is the norm. Keep collecting your check, you fucking parasite.

  6. Garpin says:

    for whatever reason I couldn’t get the video so I went to youtube. One commenter said: if he was a black guy or a muslim you know he would be in jail. Not a direct quote, but the blatant disregard for the facts by the intellectually challenged is disturbing. *Get the mom saying her sister goes around the back of the house and knocks on the window… apparently with a crow-bar.

    Thinking of disturbing, where’s Jesse and AL when you need them, the kid probably thought there were some skittles or maybe a soda in the house, yea, that was it. He was a good boy after all, getting in fights at school just like all CHILD do.

  7. Garpin says:

    My last post made me think. What is the problem that virtually every black person interviewed on t.v. has no mastery of the most simplistic portions of OUR language. Pronouns, possessives, plurals (et al.). Their chosen forms are almost always the opposite form of the word that should be used.

    What is the deal with that? These are basic constructs that are learned in GRAMMAR school.

    /rant off

  8. Dr. 9 says:

    What this story proves is that we need to take a “very serious” look at mandatory sterilization in certain segments of our society where childbirth has been turned into a money-making (as in, another kid = another check) industry. We also need to return to some of the social values of the old South, such as, you don’t work, you don’t eat!

  9. A. Levy says:

    Kek says: April 28, 2012 at 8:15 am
    “I can’t understand a word that Obama-luvin’ mom is saying…”

    Kek, obviously, you didn’t study Ebonics. Remember when some black Mexifornia racist was trying to force Ebonics into the national educational system?

  10. Conan says:

    Sweet! One less Obama voter and thug for his army.

  11. Bob Roberts says:

    IT’S KICK THE TROLL DAY! Hopefully, though, the troll has been banned so I won’t invoke his name just in case I’m wrong and he’s still lurking about!

  12. wingmann says:

    WTH? “he was going over to see his girl”

    I could have saved this kid’s life…
    My girlfriend recently broke up with me because I used to come to her back window with a crowbar…she kinda frowned on that sort of thing I guess.

    I would have told him to drop the crowbar and try using the doorbell or just knock on the front door.


  13. lao says:

    Poor bobby…deluded as always.

  14. -sepp says:

    “Gettin’ in trubbo skippin’ school figh-tin…and agravated burglary…same as all the kids are doing!
    Typical sleazebag mentality.

    I didn’t have a father living in my house but you can bet your azz that my mother knocked the crap out of me for even considering pulling any of the crap that woman deemed “normal”.
    Using a crowbar to pry open a window to “visit” a girl is usually a sign of a rapist…perfectly normal though!

  15. Bob Roberts says:

    Man, did I ever have it wrong. I thought my part of going to school was all about paying attention, behaving and trying to learn as much as I could.

    Now I know public school isn’t “free” – we taxpayers foot the bill for what is increasingly socialist indoctrination sessions and perversion (see any of several relevant moonbattery links) but, from my perspective, while in school, it was the last “free” (to me) thing I was likely to get in life so I did my best to concentrate on taking the most advantage of it that I could.

    But for an injury and a lousy coach in P.E. who gave me a D because he didn’t like that the doctor said I had to lay off sports while I recovered for one semester, I would have been class valdectorian.

    In any case, this thread is right on target, which is why the trolls have nothing valid to say here – but then again they have nothing valid to say ANYWHERE, but here even they get that.

    Parents who take the attitude like this one, parents who think there’s nothing wrong with getting into trouble at school, getting into fights, messing up – well they’re a major part of the problem. School is NOT for doing any of these things and any kid who does that needs to be immediately and severely punished.

    The only problem is that when that happens, moonbats claim that schools are racist in their punishments!

    The simple fact is this:

    Disparities in school discipline is based on a greater incidence of discipline problems, including problems of a greater severity, committed by some students as opposed to others.

    Because punishment is determined at the school level, racial bias can only exist at the school level. Disparities in student suspension at the aggregate level may result from bias by individual schools, but is not in itself evidence of racial bias.
    Absent school fixed effects, simple regression analysis indicates that
    race plays an important role in school discipline. For example, a black high school student
    receives a suspension that is half a day longer on average. However, within school analysis
    suggests that race, along with most other observable individual characteristics, plays little role
    in the choice of punishment. The most important individual characteristics are the number
    of infractions the student has committed prior to the current offense and the level of student
    commitment to the school, evidenced by participation in extra-curricular activities or
    standardized tests.
    Schools with high percentages of black, low income, and low scoring students tend to impose
    harsher penalties on offenders. We show that this behavior is consistent with achievement
    maximizing behavior by principals. Out of school suspensions increase total achievement by
    reducing student infractions through both a specific and general deterrent effect. Our results
    indicate that the specific deterrent effect, or the impact of punishment on the punished,
    is significant. The longer a student is suspended, the less likely a future offense becomes.
    However, certain types of offenders do not respond as well to punishment. At each level of discipline, black, low income, and low performing offenders are more likely to recidivate, suggesting this group receives less discipline. Counteracting the specific deterrent effect is the fact that black, low income, and low performing non-offenders respond very strongly to the threat of suspension. This general deterrent effect appears to explain why schools with large populations of students at risk for behavioral problems use harsher disciplinary practices.

  16. Bob Roberts says:

    OOPS missed the url and had some formatting errors:
    Here is the URL for my last post.

  17. Eric says:

    My former Congressperson from 2009. (I have since moved, there was no voting out her entrenchment)(She has a Doctorates degree BTW)

    She’s at the front of the line fighting district rezoning in Florida. Here’s the rest of my story from April 2010.

  18. Dick Meyers says:

    Why don’t we know the name of the shooter and his Ht. and Wt. and past criminal record if any and his address and his parents and grandparents names and occupation and racial makeup and on and on and on?

  19. former teacher says:

    Here’s why they can’t speak. Teachers either think it’s “culturally sensitive” to let them make a$$es of themselves or administrators frown upon it, meaning you get called in for correcting them. Then kids start saying, “that’s just how I talk.” One girl said she coudln’t talk like me “because you’re a different color!” We used to bribe ’em — give out tickets for Standard English that they could use in an auction at the end of school. Mainly I screamed constantly “USE VERBS!” (“”He IS going, not “he going.”) Once in the hall, I heard a girl say, “That computer don’t work, do it?” Whew!

    But as soon as “merit pay” goes through, it’ll be all young, leftist teachers who’ll think it’s “cute.”

    Oh — it hurts writing and spelling big time. How do you spell “fifty” when you think it’s said “fitty”? And they always leave off endings — s, ing, ed, etc., as in “He bias.”

  20. Toa says:

    Eric, is that the same woman who showed up for the cameras in a lime-green suit with matching cowboy hat to make a stand for Trayvon?

  21. Ghost of FA Hayek says:

    But see, these are our new liberal cultural norms
    To this woman, her child was precious because he might bring momma home a choker of pearls, or better yet, some crack.
    And all those homes he invaded ?
    All part of the “one percent”.
    They were just gettin what’s theirs

  22. modd kenwood says:

    some attorney in Ft Worth will file a wrongful death lawsuit on her behalf…

  23. Tough Luck says:

    “He wuz a good keeid. He wuz gonna be a rapper.”

  24. Sam says:

    Ah, another DWL news story, complete with:

    – Momma with a sub-70 IQ and zero sense of logic nor the English language
    – References to the deceased as an afleet and foo’ball playa
    – Little future Crip children being showcased (note the extensive wearing of blue in the report)
    – Victim blaming

  25. Sandy says:

    With a bit more use of the Second Amendment, maybe these thugs will get a clue and stop the robbing, burgling, and assaults. Drop more of them, the stats will improve.

  26. TED says:

    THEY had a head start when the dumbing-down of America began and as pupils THEY have excelled in DUMBING. but YOU BETTER NOT SAY anything about their culture of ignorance.

  27. LarryG says:

    Refreshing display of erudition and critical thinking.

  28. Mickey Shea says:

    Enough of this coonery….

  29. Robert S. Pierre says:

    What the crap?

    How do these people raise their kids?

  30. Angel says:

    Sorry, but he needs to be jailed. He did not have to shoot. The boy was outside his window, not a threat to him at all. He could have picked up the phone and called the police. Then, if the child had come in, while waiting for the police, that would have been the time to shoot.

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