Video Of Fall River Jr. Hoodrats Being Arrested Elicits Brilliant Facebook Commentary From Dog Filter Free My Boi Scholars And Grown Men With Flat Brimmed Chicago Bulls Hats
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All the junior hoodrats down in The Riv (Fall River) are wilin’ out over this video of “police brutality” and “racism” when the cops arrested a couple future Rhodes Scholars who were causing problems, loitering, trespassing, and generally being the least likable people in America:
The only thing that junior hoodrats dislike more than the cops are periods and basic punctuation. I mean, this guy obviously thought this whole thing through, and this was the most effective thing he could come up with to attempt to convey the message he was trying to send:
This is my favorite sub-sentence of that magical Fall River run-on sentence:
“then as my friend was walking away he told him if u keep talkin i will arrest u so then my friend kept trying to talk to the officer then the officer arrested him”
I spit out my coffee this morning when I read that one. Cops tell them that if they keep doing something they’re not supposed to be doing, then they will be arrested. And what does this McMuffin do? The exact thing the cop told him he’d be arrested for if he did it. Can’t make this stuff up.
As usual with these Cop Block tryout videos, we see nothing that led to the encounter with the police in the first place. It begins after one of these geography bee champions is already down on the ground, actively resisting arrest from two police officers. Naturally some local cheesehog is standing there pleading her case with the cops to stop arresting him:
Because if you tell the cops to stop doing their job and you’re really loud and in their face about it, they often just let the criminal go. This is an effective way to free your boi.
Then some other shitbrain challenges the cops to a fight, and tries resisting arrest:
Newsflash hoodrats – resisting arrest is a low percentage move. But by all means, keep trying it. Eventually one day you will be able to escape several trained professionals who are much larger than you and are carrying weapons.
That’s when McMuffin #2 points to his friend and asks the cop trying to arrest him to do something about the lawful arrest he is witnessing:
Once again, another high percentage move on his part.
Of course as we found out later, the real reason these honor’s students were arrested was because they got into a fight on the bus (they were at the bus station):
The commentary on this video is everything you dreamed it would be and more. Generally the types of people who believe police acted irresponsibly in videos like this have a few things in common – an inability to pass the 4th grade MCAS on their first try, the dog filter for their Facebook pictures, teenage pregnancy, a tendency to refer to themselves as “Queen,” flat brimmed hats, unemployment, EBT cards, chin straps, GED’s, vokestaches, entire sentences in emojis, and lengthy criminal records – amongst other things. Let’s check out what some of the South Coast’s finest had to say about the video.
It’s true. I know I often take legal advice from song writers named Queen who have a proclivity to use the dog filter:
Of course singer/songwriter is a great way to say, “Who wants to buy my excess food stamps for half price?”
Would I appreciate cops putting hands on my child? Sorry Kier, can’t relate to that one. My kids aren’t gigantic pieces of shit, so more than likely they’ll never end up in this situation. Ya know, because I’m not a deadbeat who taught my children that listening to the police is optional. But yea, keep going Kier, you’re doing great. I know I love taking taking unsolicited legal advice from a guy whose two favorite hairstyles are the jerry curl and the man bun:
Ahh yes, “white privilege.” I know that worked out real well for those white junkies in Lawrence who were arrested and tossed to the ground. But please, tell me more about this “white privilege” thing, it sounds fascinating. I know I can learn a lot from a junior hoodrat who fancies the dog filter and 100 emoji.
And here’s some more dog filter people sharing their brilliant thoughts on life:
Yup, just “standing up for your rights.” The right to loiter, disregard police orders, and interfere with a lawsful arrest. It’s all right in the junior hoodrat’s Constitution!
Yea, all you uneducated white people don’t know how hard it is for people like Asja. You think it’s easy collecting checks and learning the emoji alphabet? Shit’s hard man. The oppression is real!!
He’s right. The cops should’ve been nicer. If someone doesn’t wanna be arrested they have the right to resist. Everyone knows that when a police officer says you are under arrest, it’s optional. Definitely.
Here’s another dog filter deep thinker:
You know your parents don’t love you when they name you after a crime infested borough in New York City. Just ask her best friends Compton and Mogadishu.
This one seems like a smart one:
Because I know the second I see a bunch of “free my boi fill in the blank 100 emoji” hashtags on your bio, it means you’re on your way to the Ivy League school of your choice!!
Then there’s this chick, whose life plans more than likely revolve around being selected as the next star of
16 and Pregnant:
Referring to yourself as “no ones shawtyyyy” is worth fifty guttermuppet points in The Riv!!
This kid makes a lot of great points too:
Because I know when people start off by saying, “I’ve been in and out of lock up since I was 13” I immediately take everything they say afterwards seriously. VERY seriously.
Some of the most well thought out commentary came from local ratchet Kiara Guedes, who pointed out that you don’t see any white kids getting tossed around in the video:
It’s almost as if the cops chose to arrest the people who were breaking the law, regardless of skin color. Crazy!!
I know, where do they get off thinking they have any sort of power just because they “were” a badge? I was a badge in a previous lifetime, and all people did was sew me to things.
It’s true. Any white person who thought the police did nothing wrong in this video “got arrested and just got away with it.” Because that makes TONS of sense. What language is she speaking anyway?
Ahh yes, “bitch I don’t give a fuck.” That’s my favorite Fall River dialect.
And in the least surprising news ever, Kiara disregarded everything she was taught in sex ed classes and chose to become a teen Mom.
Then again, making bad decisions is generally the best way to ensure that the checks from the government arrive fat and juicy on the first of the month.
It’s one thing when junior hoodrats offer their misguided commentary on law enforcement tactics. They can get away with it for now. But when they become adults and they’re still doing it, they look even more brilliant:
Yea, you read that right. The cops in Fall River are racist because they arrested this white guy:
Because they thought he was hispanic. And as you can see, Cory Levrault is easily mistaken for a Latino male. It’s not easy to victimize yourself as a martyr for police racism when you’re a white guy. But Cory found a way to channel his inner Rachel Dolezal and got the job done!
He’s got a point about white folks though. We always be saying dumb things like “my kids would never do that.” Everyone knows that kids who get arrested for being world class assholes were raised in wonderful homes with the latest edition of World Book Encyclopedia sitting on their bookshelves. This has NOTHING to do with parenting. Nothing at all.
Normally when I want someone to read my “rites,” I go to a catholic priest. But then again, I’ve never read the “blacks law dictionary,” nor am I a constitutional scholar like the Chosen Seed himself.
Speaking of respect. There’s nothing we respect more than a grown ass man with a chin strap and a flat brimmed Chicago Bulls hat.
Usually when people wear those hats it means they’re about to finish off yet another William Faulkner novel.
He’s right. Cops have never arrested any white people before. I read it on the Huffington Post. And if you can’t trust a grown man with a flat brimmed hat with the sticker still on it:
Then who can you trust?
Then there’s this rocket scientist:
If he says the cop arrested him after planting crack on him, then I believe him yo!! I don’t know why, but I do. Must be his mastery of the English language, or his penchant for Hello Kitty brand firearms.
Turns out these lovely children in the video are students at Fall River’s “Resiliency Preparatory School” (RPS), which means they basically were a huge pain in the ass at the public schools, but since they’re required by law to give them some sort of education, they had to go somewhere. But according to the enablers, kids who go here “can’t handle a big classroom” and thrive in the much more challenging learning environment:
Just ask this RPS mother:
Newsflash Kerri – your kid’s guidance counselor at Durfee didn’t send your kid to RPS because he would thrive in smaller classes. She just couldn’t deal with their bullshit any longer and wanted to make them someone else’s problem.
Ahh yes. Her kid goes to RPS because he “needs the credits.” Because where else can you get credits? Public school? Nah, they don’t do credits there. Perfectly normal position for a high school student to find themselves in. And with her enabling, blame the police mentality, it’s shocking that her child would end up being shipped off to an alternative school:
Finally we had these people, who were upset that one of the police officer’s in the video was previously involved in the death of one of their family members:
I’m sure it happened exactly like they said it did. After all, everyone knows that murdering cops get a promotion and a paid vacation. So we Googled Rafael Cordeiro and this is what we found:
“A 19-year-old Fall River man was killed early Wednesday morning when his dirt bike collided with a police cruiser responding to a call on South Main Street. According to the Bristol County District Attorney’s Office, Rafael Cordeiro, 19, was pronounced dead at 2:20 a.m. after being rushed to Saint Anne’s Hospital following the crash. Information released shortly before noon on Wednesday indicated that Cordeiro was operating an unregistered 2006 Yamaha YZ85 that had no front headlamp.
According to the preliminary crash investigation, which includes statements from civilian witnesses, the district attorney’s office said three Fall River police cruisers were responding to a call in the city’s South End around 1:30 a.m. Officials said the cruisers were traveling westbound on Slade Street with their emergency lights activated, and as the second cruiser approached the intersection with Montaup Street, it slowed to proceed through the intersection. As the cruiser moved through the intersection, it was struck in the front passenger door area by Cordeiro’s dirt bike, which the district attorney’s office said failed to stop at the intersection.”
So let me get this straight. This 19 year old man is out riding an unregistered dirt bike with no headlamps at 2 in the morning. He sees cops on their way to a call who have their blue lights on. Rather than proceeding with caution he elects to drive his unregistered bike right into the cop car and dies as a result. And naturally this means the cop is a murderer. Fall River logic is confusing.
Then again, according to the fill-in Mom Christina Cordeiro, you are not allowed to have an opinion on this unless you were there to witness it yourself. After all, fake news be lying yo!!
That about sums up hoodrat culture right there. When kids act reckless and break the law it should be consequence free. No one should die or be arrested. Ever. And if the cops do try to do their job, or someone gets hurt doing something they’re not supposed to, well, that’s racist. And that about explains why these people will never leave Fall River. Ever.
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