This video from Fairgrounds Middle School in Nashua is vicious and insane. Watch.
That’s not bullying, it’s assault and battery. That’s not a suspendable offense, it’s an arrestable one. That kid isn’t a kid, she’s an animal. She could potentially be rehabilitated into a civilized human being but it would require taking her away from the trashbag parents who raised her and putting her in a home where she gets used to going to bed hungry if she insists on acting like a savage.
If you’re gonna fight, then fight. And do it outside of school. This isn’t a fight. It’s a human being with no morals trying to inflict pain on another child who doesn’t have a change to fight back because she was dog walked from behind and pummeled for several seconds before a teacher jumped in.
We’d love to know who this girl’s parents are and even who the girl is. I don’t mind shaming a middle schooler. Obviously the methods her “parents” used have failed miserably, and a Turtleboy public shaming usually fixes that real quick. Let us know if you know who she belongs to. There were some rumors on the post.
But until confirmed they’re just rumors. Kind of twisted to go out of your way to hit the laughing emoji repeatedly when you see a video like this. Don’t get me wrong, I’ve hit it accidentally before when my best friend’s aunt died (awkward) and I meant to hit the crying emoji, but to do it over and over again is no accident. It’s pure cuntiness. Message Clarence Woods Emerson on Facebook because it’s the easiest way to get a message to any of the bloggers.
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