Dumb White Mom Raising Money For Black Guy Who Got Shot While Trying To Kill West Springfield Cops To Alleviate White Guilt, Also Raised Over $10K For Kids Because She Forgot To Save Money
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Yesterday we wrote about this idiot Jeremy Hollins who was shot by West Springfield police officers after leading them on a high speed chase, running over one of them, and smashing his car into a police cruiser before finally charging at them and ignoring their commands to stop.
— Don Treeger (@newspix100) April 26, 2017
I thought we could all agree, that no matter what color your skin is, if you try to run over a bunch of cops with a car, your ass is gonna get shot. Quite frankly he’s lucky to be alive. And of course his boo has started a bootleg GoFundMe to raise $20,000 for him because he was hurt while trying to kill police officers:
Well, it’s already raised over $1,000, largely because of dumb white people like this:
Courtney Troy is your basic white chick from Natick.
And she has the worst case of white guilt we’ve ever seen. Check out her recent post about participating in the women’s march, and in particular her comments about her husband:
If you’ve ever referred to your husband as “white cishetero” or bragged about how he “used his privilege” to amplify your voice, then your husband either secretly hates you, or has cut his own dick off.
Anyway, she was sharing a post from her “friend” Seneca Joyner, about how the shooting of Jeremy Hollins was an act of white supremacy, and a racist conspiracy to kill him:
So basically Courtney saw this insane post by a “friend,” whom she most likely keeps around for diversity points, and thought to herself, “If I share this, it will show the world that I’m one of the good ones. I’m a good white person who cares about black people.”
But of course the reality is that Jeremy Hollins tried to kill several police officers, and absolutely deserved to get shot. And only a complete moron would think that it’s an act of white supremacy when cops shoot someone who is trying to kill them.
Check out what Courtney added to her post when she shared it:
“Especially white friends who are looking for how to be active in the support of the black community.”
I. Hate. White. People.
We easily lead the world in percentage of dumbasses. You know how many black people would fall for something like this if the roles were reversed? Zero. Imagine if a white guy got shot trying to kill a bunch of black cops. Try to picture a situation in which black people urged other black people who were “looking for how to be active in the support of white people” to donate money to a guy who got shot while playing chicken with a bunch of cops. You can’t. Because it would never happen. Because unlike soooooo many white people, black people aren’t stupid.
She doesn’t even try to hide her intentions either. “Looking for how to be active in the support of the black community.” Translation – I am riddled with white guilt, and I’m just looking for a GoFundMe to throw some cash at so I can feel better about myself.
Newsflash – if you want to help black people, then donate to an inner-city Boy’s Club or volunteer at a public school in Roxbury. Throwing cash at an asshole who got a boo-boo while in the commission of a felony isn’t helping black people. As much as you have convinced yourself that it is.
She also wanted to let you know that if you came at her with any, “blue lives matter victim blaming racist bullshit,” then you’d be blocked:
Because the real victim here is the guy who tried to kill a bunch of cops. The cop’s lives don’t actually matter. If a bad guy wants to kill him, and he’s black, they have to let him do it. Otherwise it’s racist.
Then she posted an update announcing that he was somehow out on bail:
Of course this is hardly the first time she’s tried to show off to the world that she’s one of “the good ones.” The other day she shared some pictures of white women who are CEO’s, and explained that they “represent brands that whose success was built on the labor of black women.”
So her conscience is clear!
It’s also hardly the first time she’s shamelessly begged for money. Not too long ago she started this GoFundMe for her twin babies:
So….are they sick? Nope. Turns out they just came a little early and Mom wasn’t planning on starting to save for them until the final three months of her pregnancy. I swear to God, second paragraph. That’s her reasoning:
“The three months I had dedicated to saving up for maternity leave was gone in the blink of an eye.”
Hey, here’s an idea – be a responsible adult and have money set aside for your children so you don’t have to beg for it like a panhandling parasite on the Internet.
Yet somehow within days she had already raised more than her $10,000 goal. Don’t worry though, you can still write her a check or Venmo her, because she obviously needs it to be a mother:
Probably because she lives in Wakefield, and was raised in Natick. So all her friends are wealthy and, ya know…white. But she’s totally not racist. She just purposely chooses to live as far away from people of color as possible. Don’t forget, she threw money at a criminal’s GoFundMe page one time. She’s all set for life now.
Oh, and someone else is throwing another fundraiser for her perfectly healthy family that she and her husband forgot to financially prepare for as well:
Don’t worry though, she has plenty of money for gym memberships so she can take yoga classes and sit in the sauna, because according to her she needs to do this in order to not kill them:
Oh, and she’s also got plenty of money to hire a nanny:
What an idiot. Newsflash Courtney – blue lives do matter, your friend in the hospital is a piece of shit who got what he deserved, and black people don’t actually believe you care about them. Just like Turtleboy, they are laughing at your dumb white ass too.
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