So one of the woman from the Indiana Walmart video (the one with the devil child) has finally spoke out. Here’s a link to the interview. The entire thing is one of the most hilarious set of lies you will ever encounter. Join Turtleboy in our journey through this magical Indiana mother’s web of tall tales. The article is in italics and our rational thoughts follow in bold….
The video has been everywhere–two women fight inside a Walmart store in Beech Grove. The video has racked up more than a million views since being posted on YouTube. Both women have been banned from the store–now one of them is giving her side of the story.
You know you’ve hit rock bottom in life when you’re banned from Walmart. Do you understand who’s allowed in Walmart? Everyone. Rapists, murderers, strippers, welfare queens. Literally everyone is allowed now except for these two women.
A woman named Amber Stephenson called the Smiley Morning Show on WZPL to talk about the fight, which happened Thursday night at the store. Amber told the hosts she was in Walmart when she heard a woman in a motorized scooter–a woman she’d later fight–call an employee the “n-word.”
“(The woman) was sitting there yelling at an employee at Walmart, and she was telling her that she was a (expletive) and that she was going to get out of the chair and whoop her (expletive),” the woman said.
“She used the ‘n-word?’” the host asked.
“Yes, she used the ‘n-word,’” the woman said. “So in my defense, I was standing up for the employee.”
Absolutely FANTASTIC. First of all, her name is Amber. Because, OF COURSE her name is Amber. What else would it be? Secondly, most people in this situation would talk to the news, or speak through their lawyer. But not Amber. Oh no, Amber calls up the Smiley Morning Show to set the record straight.
But you can’t help but respect the fact that she played the “I’m a social justice warrior” card. I mean, what was she supposed to do? This crazy racist lady on a scooter was calling non-existent black people the “n” word. Can’t let that one slide. Gotta kick her ass for Martin Luther King’s sake. #BlackLivesMatter
During the fight, she said no one stepped in, not Walmart employees, bystanders or security.
“I don’t blame Walmart employees for not intervening. But as far as security, if you go to any other Walmart fight video, security is right there trying to break it up, help them.”
I don’t know about you, but I literally laughed out loud when I read this. This woman has watched SEVERAL Walmart fight videos on Youtube and taken diligent notes on how long it took security to break them up. And now she’s blaming this particular Walmart for not breaking up her Walmart fight fast enough. Welcome to America 2015, where nothing is ever your fault.
By the time police arrived, Amber said the fight was already over. She also talked about the role her son played in the fight.
“My son takes martial arts classes. He’s been going to the gym for several years with his father. I mean, he’s been in the gym for a long time,” she said. “He got a little crazy. I don’t have to worry about him ever being bullied.”
Martial arts classes. LOL. Yea that explains it. Because everyone knows the first thing you learn in martial arts class is how to beat a woman with a shampoo bottle and finish her off with a curb stomp.
And how bout her defense of her son? Sure, most of us watched that video and thought, “That kid is gonna kill at least five people some day.” But according to Mom it’s a good thing because he won’t have to worry about being bullied in school. Indiana priorities 101.
She described the boy as a straight-A, honor roll student and teacher’s pet. She said his martial arts teachers have taught him not to back down.
So many lies, so little time. First of all, the kid is six. In what Indiana public school is there an honor roll for six year olds? I’ve seen the report cards kids get nowadays. It’s not like the old days where you get grades and shit. Now you get smiley faces. If your kid is doing really good the smiley face shows it’s teeth. If he’s failing you just get a regular smiley face.
“My son is raised perfectly right. My son is perfectly well taken care of.”
Right. Because when I saw this image right here:
The first thing I think of is “raised perfectly right.” Literally, you can’t do a better job raising your kids than Amber has.
Beech Grove Mayor Dennis Buckley called the situation “embarrassing” and pointed the finger at Walmart.
“I think it’s disgusting and it sure sheds a poor light on Walmart and I’m pretty disappointed in them,” he told FOX59 over the phone.
Oh yea, THIS was what shed the bad light on Walmart. Before this video NO ONE associated Walmart with white trash. No one.
Buckley said the store is a public nuisance that’s draining the city’s resources.
“I go over there a lot, plenty of times there’s been cops with people standing there in handcuffs, bags full of stuff,” said Jacqueline Abbott.
Abbott said seeing police at the Beech Grove Walmart is a given. In fact, a FOX59 crew spotted some around 5 p.m. on Tuesday.
But Abbott’s eyes are opened for another reason. She lives next door to the store.
“It does worry me that somebody might jump the wall after doing something, and my house is right here,” she said.
“I make no bones about it. I consider Walmart a public nuisance. And that’s based on the number of times that we go down there every day. We’re down there at least four to six times every single day on petty theft matters the police have to deal with,” Buckley said.
City officials recently passed a nuisance ordinance, which police said would apply to the excessive police activity at Walmart.
Tuesday afternoon, Beech Grove police figures detailing their activity at the store:
- 789 police runs from February of 2014 to December of 2014
- 486 runs from January of 2015 to now
- 472 arrests from February of 2014 to now
Holy fucking shit. This Walmart is like North High School on steroids. I mean, I knew Walmarts were magical places where America’s finest came to strut their stuff and drive around in their fat-mobiles. But 789 calls to the same Walmart in 18 months? I’m not even mad, that’s amazing.
Anyway, Turtleboy Jr. is too young to show this video to, but I can’t wait until he turns 13 so I can sit down and enjoy this with him. Because this video is one of the defining moments of the 2010’s and will live on in infamy. God bless Walmart. God bless Indiana.