Friday, May 13, 2016

Where are Black Leaders on men going into women's bathrooms?

I've had people write and practically beg me to drop the transgender issue.  They're saying that its ruining a great blog and that I risk turning off readers because I'm taking such a hardline attitude on this issue.

Thankfully not all my readers feel the same say and a reader reminded me of the tragedy of this little girl.  What has me  punching walls is that Black Leadership is silent on this issue and once again, this black man (yeah I'm making it a racial issue)  is having to stand with conservative Whites and Hispanics and other conservative Blacks, because our supposed leadership says nothing.

Meet the young girl above.  Her name is Sherrice Iverson and this is her tragic story. via Wikipedia which focused on the criminal instead of the victim...
In the early morning hours of May 25, 1997, two men, Jeremy Strohmeyer (age 18) and David Cash, Jr. (age 17), were at the Primadonna Resort & Casino at Primm, Nevada, near the California border. The two young men had arrived at the gambling establishment, accompanied by Cash's father, from their homes in Long Beach.
At around 4 a.m., Strohmeyer began repeatedly making apparently "playful" contact with 7-year-old Sherrice Iverson, who was roaming the casino alone. The young girl's father was gamblingand drinking. Her older brother Harold was supposed to be watching her but failed to do so resulting in Sherrice running around unmonitored. Eventually, Strohmeyer followed Sherrice into a women's restroom.
While in the restroom, the two began throwing wet paper wads at one another. Sherrice then reportedly tossed a yellow plastic "Wet Floor" sign at Strohmeyer. At around this time Strohmeyer's friend, David Cash, entered the restroom and witnessed Strohmeyer forcibly take Iverson into a stall. When Cash looked in from the adjacent stall, he saw Strohmeyer holding his left hand over Iverson's mouth and fondling her with his right. After this, Cash left the restroom and was followed 20 minutes later by Strohmeyer, who immediately confessed to him that he had molested and killed the girl.[3]
Three days later, Strohmeyer was taken into custody at his home after two classmates in Long Beach identified him after security tape footage captured by cameras at the casino was released by Nevada police and played on the television news. Strohmeyer was charged with first-degree murder, first-degree kidnapping, and sexual assault of a minor. When questioned by police, Strohmeyer stated that he molested Iverson and strangled her to stifle her screams. Before leaving, Strohmeyer noticed Iverson was still alive and twisted her head in an attempt to break her neck, and after hearing a loud popping sound, rested her body in a sitting position on the toilet with her feet in the bowl. Strohmeyer's attorneys later tried to have the confession suppressed because he was not given legal counsel. However, the police claimed that Strohmeyer waived his right to have an attorney present during questioning.[3]
I won't even touch on the SHEER IDIOCY of the parents that let a little girl roam around a FUCKING casino by herself while they STUPIDLY gambled.

The Democrat Party participation in the breakdown of the Black Family is a blog post that would span several pages and probably take a month or more to cover.

What I do want to focus on is the fact that this person, no, this animal,  SEXUALLY ASSAULTED and MURDERED a little girl in a bathroom.  This is NOT a civil rights issue, its about protecting our little girls.  If their mothers want to chest thump and believe that they are "woman hear me roar" thats fine.  They're adults and have the right to act stupidly.  BUT WE SHOULD NOT subject our little girls to this idiocy.

The very thought that the President would push this policy on the rest of society while his daughters are protected by trained men with guns irks me to no end.  We are in silly season people.  I will make alliances with unnatural allies if that's what it takes to push back on stuff like this.  But forget about me.  What is your off switch?  When do YOU say enough is enough?

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