Northampton Police Cancel “High Five Friday” After Short Haired White SJW Woman Says Black Children Are Traumatized By Community Policing In Schools
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So the Northampton Police Department started this nice little community policing program called “High Five Friday.” They go into elementary schools on Fridays and give kids high fives as they get off the bus and walk into school. It’s a lovely little way that the police can reach out and build relationships with people in their community:
— Northampton Police (@NorthamptonPD) January 6, 2017
— Northampton Police (@NorthamptonPD) December 16, 2016
This is ever important in this day and age because black lives matter activists have polluted people’s minds (particularly younger people) and made them believe that cops are just Nazis with badges who you should be afraid of. But of course in grownup land we know that they are here to protect us. Nevertheless, it’s obviously a good thing and a great way to show the community that the police are willing to go the extra mile for “community policing,” which is allegedly what the social justice warriors want.
But since it’s Northampton a white, short haired, hyphenated last name woman had to be the proverbial turd in the punch bowl. This is Heidi Norton-Smith:
And she is the reason this wonderful little program was cancelled. Ya see, she went to a meeting with the police chief and told him she was keeping her children away from the school on High Five Friday’s, even though her kids are not elementary school aged. Oh, and of course she has adopted two wonderful young African-American children. Because this is what white LGBTQ social justice warriors from the 413 do – they adopt black children so they can play the race card for eternity.
According to her and other parents at the meeting, children of color were “traumatized” to see police officers at their school. The parents told the chief that their, again elementary school kids, had much different experiences with police than the white kids at school.
Are you keeping track of this at home? One of the big things that black lives matter wanted to see happen was less police arresting, and more “community policing.” This means instead of arresting people for minor drug offenses, get your feet on the ground in the community, introduce yourself to people, get to know them on a first name basis, and then they will trust you more and feel more comfortable coming to you with information about bad guys.
So the Northampton Police did EXACTLY what they wanted them to do. And what happens? Kids get “traumatized.”
By High Five Friday.
I shit you not.
This is real life.
As a result the chief decided it was no longer worth the hassle and in an email she sent to all police officers, she said,
“we will walk away and go our separate ways, but if we do nothing then how does this relationship get better?”
We’ve spoken with parents from Northampton, some of whom have children of color in the NHS public schools. Their kids loved high five Fridays.
But all it takes is one short haired, hyphenated SJW looking to play the race card, and a good thing is ruined for everyone. Welcome to 2017, where vocal fringe groups are able to overrule the majority because they yell louder.
At the same time, I do find fault with the police chief.
Angelica Radke '18 and Jody Kasper, Northampton's first female police chief, joined me at today's Community Breakfast pic.twitter.com/WgNsILUbhD
— Kathleen McCartney (@presmccartney) October 6, 2015
You can’t be afraid to tell these people to go fuck themselves. You’re the law, not them. They’re nothing. Their concerns are frivolous and arbitrary and should never be humored. If we keep giving these people what they want just because they scream the loudest, they’ll think they can keep doing it.
And it’s never enough. For instance, last year around this time black lives matter demanded that a BLM banner hang from City Hall. Instead of opposing this political, anti-police statement on government property, the police chief went along with it:
Mayor Narkewicz also said Northampton Police Chief Jody Kasper supported displaying the banner on City Hall. “She also understood that it in no way diminished my long and strong support for the men and women of our police department,” he said, referencing Kasper.
Hey Chief Kasper, have you learned your lesson yet? Kissing their asses does no good. They don’t like you. They will never like you, no matter what you do. If you police too much they’ll call it brutality. If you police too little they’ll call if indifference. If you use community policing they’ll say they’re traumatized. They just don’t like your badge, gun, and uniform, and nothing you can do will change that.
So just tell them to shut the fuck up and laugh at them. Works fine for Turtleboy.
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