The deaths of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and others have been used as excuses across the country by Black Lives Matter, Antifa groups to riot and loot, set fire to cities and commit murder.
The news coverage by much of the main stream media has been nothing short of disgusting. With reporting that promotes defunding of the police and race riots, is it any wonder that America is on fire?
VOX claims that:
‘Millions turn to Vox each month to understand what’s happening in the news…’ and with that in mind, they made a video to help explain what an 11 year old wrote in her fifth-grade graduation speech.
In June 2020, 11-year-old Californian Jolia Bossette decided to use her fifth-grade graduation speech as an occasion to give voice to her thoughts and feelings. In her speech, she reminisced about how she was “the cutest thing,” as a toddler, and asked, “But when did I stop being cute and start being scary?”
“Does my dad scare you? Does my mom scare you? Does my auntie scare you? Because let me tell you something: We are not scary.”
Here is the full video:
Conservative commentator and YouTube influencer was livid when he watched the video. See his reaction and let us know in the comments below what you think:
“Yet somehow, the United States of America’s is stuck in 1920”?