Northampton Mom #1 Asked For Increase Police Presence At Northampton High School Despite High 5 Friday Traumatizing Black And Undocumented Children
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The other day we shared this story about the Nortonsmith family, who forced the schools to end the Northampton Police’s High 5 Friday program because it was allegedly traumatizing black children, but ended up calling the cops for increased patrols at their house after we blogged about them. Well, it turns out that wasn’t the only time they were gigantic hypocrites. Except this time they weren’t asking for more police presence at their homes, they were asking for them to increase patrols at Northampton High School – where many students of color attend every day, and would no doubt be traumatized by their presence:
The gross level of hypocrisy coming from these fools never ceases to amaze me.
Newsflash – no kid ever said they were traumatized by High 5 Friday. These people made it all up because they hate the institution of the police. Except of course when they need them. Then they can’t get enough of the police.
P.S. For all the social justice warriors whining about us posting their address and calling them out by name – this is on them, not on us. All 911 calls are subject to public records requests. There’s nothing private about it. And these idiots made themselves public figures by attacking the police, and playing the race card. The days when you were allowed to do this and get away with it are over. If you choose to further divide society, disregard the actual needs of children, increase hatred towards the police, and call our blog racist without any evidence, then you will be humiliated. Just understand that going forward. The gloves are off. Don’t. Poke. The. Turtle.
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