Texas Mom Gives McKinney Pool Party Perspective – Why The White Kids Were Not Confronted by Police…

“the white kids weren’t running, the black kids were”

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148 Responses to Texas Mom Gives McKinney Pool Party Perspective – Why The White Kids Were Not Confronted by Police…

  1. auscitizenmom says:

    Good. I am glad you are bringing attention to this video. Good for her for speaking out.

    Liked by 17 people

    • Kitty Smith says:

      She rocked it. I hope her video goes viral. Good lady; she gets it. I bet her kids aren’t trouble makers at all.

      Liked by 7 people

      • Be Ge says:

        Unfortunately, much higher chances exist for bunches of video responses going viral claiming this very reasonable lady is a sellout, coon, bafoon, aunt Jemima (or whatever it is that is being used as a female version of uncle Tom) and so on. It is FUBAR. No hope, no change for a ghetto African American Negro. Indoctrinated entitled Lumpenproletariat with lower-than-average mean cognitive capacity, low social adhesion and lower-than-average degree of empathy is ultrahard-to-impossible to cure.

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      • I just tweeted her video to try and help it get some exposure. Kudos to her for speaking the truth!

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  2. dsb steve says:

    What does Rick Perry think of how the officer handled the situation? Scott Walker? Jeb Bush? I am aware of nothing from any national republican. If they do not support us why should we support them?

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    • joshua says:

      Rick Perry said “If I had a son he would look just like Officer C”

      Liked by 3 people

      • franker01 says:

        I am sorry and admit Perry is a Patriot and love his AF pic juxtaposed with Barry and the Choom Gang but I think Rick is a slow thinker.
        That would probably be OK in the era of Jefferson and Lincoln but in the Internet and MSM age I think it is a death sentence.

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        • auscitizenmom says:

          I thought that was a joke.

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        • JeremyR says:

          If he said anything, the press would ignore it if it made sense, or twist it around to fit their narrative if they had to report it.

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          • lorac says:

            The press I’ve heard keeps saying that the cop pulled his gun (actually they’re saying “pointed”, which isn’t accurate) on the black men. I believe by their actions they were waiting for a right moment to play the knockout game on him. But anyway, the closer one looked white to me, I didn’t see they were both black. Am I correct, or was he just the whitest black person around….? (I never saw their facial features, so I didn’t have that help)

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        • joshua says:

          Perry is a fast thinker….Perry is slow at articulation…and in chaos or confusion, he overthinks sometimes and does poorly at extemporaneous speech as in the debate. Perry is not a dumb guy…that is the liberal media portrayal…he does not give a universally appealing personal appearance….his new glasses make him look like a Buddy Holly throwback. He needs better advisors for the PR.

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    • czarowniczy says:

      If his own Chief won’t support him why should pols still slithering through the underbrush looking for support?

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    • Kitty Smith says:

      They shouldn’t comment on it anymore than o-bama should. This incident is not a federal matter.

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      • dsb steve says:

        It is a federal matter. It is the national media and other liberal groups that are forcing our people to resign, framing the issue as misbehavior of the police vs refusal of blacks to not interfere as police do their jobs. And of course the DOJ is always threatening to be involved.

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        • Col.(R) Ken says:

          It’s a local matter, it fits the MSMs agenda, if I was a Repo candidate, and a mike was pushed into my face, my response would be: we will review this incident to determine if any Federal Lawas were broken. If not, it’s a local matter.
          This HOA, had better come down hard on this crew, sue and throw them out. As to the thread topic: this women will be visited by some people to bring her into line, that’s the BGI’s M.O. I hope her guardian angel is clocking her wings around her.

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    • BobNoxious says:

      I’m actually glad that, for once, republicans aren’t asked to give opinions on completely unrelated non campaign topics by every reporter they come across.

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    • doodahdaze says:

      They are hiding trying to stop their knocking knees from giving them away.

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  3. thefirstab says:

    TRUTH – its called home-trainin’.

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    • joshua says:

      HERE is the Home Trainin these young black kids are getting….so where do you think they GET their behavior and attitudes?

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    • I was thinking about this very thing all day today. Prompted me to look this up because I couldn’t remember the exact wording…

      Proverbs 22:6
      Train up a child in the way he should go: and when he is old, he will not depart from it.

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    • bertdilbert says:

      I still say they should teach how to behave around a cop in school. That way there is no excuse when people take off running or resisting when bad things happen as a result. When the BGI shows up to complain, cite the training they received in school and tell them to go away.

      As the teacher says, it is the parents responsibility to teach this but somehow, the basics are not being taught.

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  4. freepetta says:

    Bravo!!!

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  5. czarowniczy says:

    Despite her opinions the politicians in McKinney, chief amongst them the Chief. broke land speed records tossing Officer Casebolt under the bus. That was expected, I have mentioned the fact that when the appointed/elected police pol’s backs are against the wall the first knee-jerk response is to find that human sacrifice. Sorry Officer Casebolt, your career versus the pols having to defend an unpopular position even if the position’s correct.
    Another reason not to be a cop – if the bad guys don’t shoot you in the front the pols will stab you in the back.

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  6. hocuspocus13 says:

    THANK YOU…that was refreshing 🌷

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  7. Mr. Right says:

    Very powerful account of the event, and very brave of her.
    I say brave because her account and view will not sit well with many people…

    Not that it matter, but I’m sure she just enraged the parents of those teenage gilrs. (Those ‘dime pieces’ / ‘models’ 14 year olds that to their twerking for money until 1am)

    I wish the resident peace, all of them seem to have level headed and I’m sure work hard to be where they are at.

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    • canadacan says:

      It doesn’t matter if she enrages them or not those kids don’t live there anyway.They were intruders

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    • manickernel says:

      These Blacks that speak out this way truly are brave. Can you imagine the amount of hate that gets directed at them for this? I know several that feel the same, not about this incident itself, but about overall black victim-hood pandering.

      I about choked when she said “By the way, I’m Black.” 🙂

      It is a ray of hope, and overall I believe more of them are out there than you might thinks sometimes. The danger now is that the ones that will never, ever accept responsibility for themselves are now becoming much more militant, and too many idiotic, misguided whites are joining their “revolution”.

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  8. seabrznsun says:

    Why isn’t this in the news?

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    • maggiemoowho says:

      The MSM makes a lot of money off riots and protests. The truth does not bring in money.

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    • manickernel says:

      Yeah right. CNN News Flash! “Hey, we got this all wrong.”

      By the way, I firmly believe the tendency for MSM to jump on these stories so quick comes from black journalists inside the machine. The more objective editors or journalists would never think of clamping down on the story as that would brand them as racists. Imagine working for CNN and being branded a racist? Where would you go?

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      • joshua says:

        right on….CNN Don Lemon….he has most of it personally covered…he is liberal, black, gay, and all he needs more is to declare that he is a woman trapped in a male body…then he has all the angles covered to declare victimization and outrage against anyone else.

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    • coeurdaleneman says:

      Because characters like the mentally-ill Jenner are trending ….

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    • Justice_099 says:

      For the same reason we have barely heard from the residents in this story. Notice only one side has really been represented in the media.

      And of course there is the white liberal mentality of latching on to every opportunity to prove they are not racists. I have numerous numbskulls in my facebook that post dumb opinions about these incidents and say very dumb things in an all-too-obvious effort to convince others that they ‘progressive’.

      I tell them, you may not be racist, but they will still hate you. My favorite is watching one of these SJW running their mouths trying to speak up for black people and then slip up and all the blacks turn on them calling them racial slurs. I shouldn’t, but it makes me smile.

      I have been seeing more and more black people speaking up lately though, so that is a good sign. But I have been getting the impression that many blacks stay quiet because they know these other blacks are just ignorant and it is pointless to even argue with them. At some point, you just have to give up on them because you can’t educated them.

      People are plenty ignorant on both sides.

      So why waste your breath? They aren’t going to learn.

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  10. Be Ge says:

    Da *o be playn’ coon|sellout|aunt Jemima/uncle Tom. That is what the target audience is going to say. And yes, any time something not quite likable happens to a black person, it is all because someone or something is rayciss. Everything is rayciss these days: http://everythingisracism.com/

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  11. Dixie says:

    And the truth will set you free.

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    • manickernel says:

      I think freedom scares some people.

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      • TheLastDemocrat says:

        the Bible says the truth will set you free. And that the fear of God is the beginning of wisdom.

        Eric Fromm, a foundational sociologist and yet another Marxist intellectual closely tied to the Frankfurt School, noted basically the same thing: freedom scares people. He presented this idea in his book, “Escape from Freedom.” His emphasis was to explain how so many people followed and agreed with Hilter.

        In college, a doctoral student used ideas from Fromm to explain not just the Hilterian populace and the rise of Nazism, but Conservatism.

        Since I was a breathless, dewey-eyed Reagan-hating democrat, I was enthralled. Surely I have come to the right place: Big State U, where doctoral students tie Hilter to Reagan.

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  12. Jane Harris says:

    Good for her….This took courage on her part……and I know she will be targeted…..But this does give me some hope……

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  13. Director says:

    While it’s good to see a rational black comment on the story, I fear it’s too late to be fixed.

    These Teens and Senior Teens were invading an area as Blacks and attacking residents as White.

    The root of this conflict is territorial.

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  14. AdukeLAXobserver says:

    That appears to be a good mother.

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  15. Nettles18 says:

    Who do these homeowners think they are? If we want to go swimming, we’ll go swimming!

    “Let’s Go Swimming!”

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    • yakmaster2 says:

      Ridiculous. I bet the neighbors really appreciate Miss Teenage Thang and her Momma for throwing a pool party open to 130 or so unauthorized random “guests.”
      The Board of that Homeowners Association has the power and should take away that household’s pool priveleges for the summer for flagrant violations of Bylaws regarding pool usage, not to mention the HOA’s insurance being put at risk. All homeowners have a stake in the common areas of that subdivision as well as the individual values of homes. Property values there may already be falling. In the meantime, they all have to keep paying their annual dues!

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      • DT says:

        If Thing1 and Thing2 are living with granny, but not on the lease, does the HOA even recognize them as residents? Per the dynamic duo, the talked with the HOA about their party, not sure if their HOA enters into contracts with non residents. Granny would have to pony up the deposit and sign the contract if it’s like my HOA.

        Also, the pool area looks pretty posh. Wonder if the community has any security cameras caught any of the action?

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      • Dixie says:

        Grace at forefront of video 3:13.

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      • joshua says:

        She is 20 years old…not a TEENAGER…so this is supposed to be an END OF SCHOOL party for all the kids….WELL what SCHOOL was Tatyana going to at the time to have ended school this year? No one checks out where she went to school…if she graduated..and when…and what otherwise would be her RELATIONSHIP to the kids “invited” OTHER THAN TO MAKE MONEY FOR HERSELF AND MOMMY….not a CELEBRATION….a fund raiser.

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    • BigMamaTEA says:

      Good grief. Thanks Nettles. Btw, during your twitter-travels, keep your eye out for makeitclap video from March. I am. Maybe there’s video.

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      • jakeandcrew says:

        There is (or was) a video as of May 22nd. This is a friend of Tatyana’s, who was the “official” videographer, working on edits.

        Link to her twitter feed:
        https://twitter.com/NasiaPhotograph

        The 15 second video doesn’t show much as far as I can see.

        Still looking for a video of the actual event.

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        • BigMamaTEA says:

          I’ve got all of this too j&c. I continue to search too. And I asked nettles to kept an eye out while on twitter links.

          We’ve got to figure out what video platform they post to. Oh, and Nasia is besties with Tatyana, and her part of this Biz, is she’s a photographer/videographer. She does photo shoots for the “models” in the dimepiece gang, or is trying to.

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    • benzy says:

      “Get your hands off my baby” Yeah.. based on how those “babies” were acting, defying police, fighting,.. they were hardly “babies”. Maybe if the parents had put their “hands on” their baby a few years ago, the police would not have had cause to put hands or handcuffs on them now.

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    • Reggie says:

      I am sure Obama is trying very hard to make sure that the “poor disadvantaged “African American” kids get the opportunity to swim in nice white, upscale neighborhoods

      http://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2015/06/obama_to_seek_diversity_in_wealthy_neighborhoods.html

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    • MPulse says:

      McKinney??? Wake-up please!
      YOU need to make a stand NOW!
      This might come out wrong……but is there not a “man” in that subdivision that is willing to tell the truth and organize other’s to speak out.
      I would send my family on a long vacation & and say what I had to say about these thugs. (white or black) I would spend as much money as needed to save my neighborhood & town. You have nothing to lose……your property values just dropped 30%.
      (Maybe if I was successful?? I might have a few neighbors that would invite me to a “cookout”) lol
      These young adults & a few parents are taking advantage of teenagers looking to go to a party.
      It’s against the law to charge admission or do a raffle. They are not a licensed business. (Not turning income in to IRS) We are re-charging their EBT cards every month & probably paying part of their rent.
      The biggest problem is all the minors that are being used to bring in $$$. Possibly the prize for the raffle. (Sex)
      Good grief. ..wake-up!

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      • BigMamaTEA says:

        Hmmm MPulse, wonder if EBT buys some of this?:

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        • BigMamaTEA says:

          This was for makeitclap #1. That looks like a Sam’s. Anybody know if Sam’s takes EBT?
          Thats Mom in her scrubs pulling the cart, and based on the nails, that’s either Tatyana, or Aryana. (Daughter #1 & #2)

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          • LBH says:

            Yes, the do accept EBT.

            Does Sam’s Club accept SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program) cards?
            We currently accept SNAP cards at all Club locations, and you must be a Member to purchase items in-Club without incurring a service fee.
            SNAP cards are formerly known as Electronic Benefits Transfer (EBT) cards or food stamps.

            For information on the SNAP card, visit http://www.fns.usda.gov/snap.

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        • MPulse says:

          Smiling BigMamaTEA
          Yep….spending OUR money for their profits. What low life’s they are.
          Just had a thought! If someone does get some balls and go after them for taxes. (running a business with NO license & not reporting their profits)
          Sams or what ever store that is will have a record of that transaction. Which will prove they were getting ready for a large gathering.
          (kinda like the stupid a** that goes and buy’s a shovel the day his neighbor came up missing)
          I will check with Sams and see if they do

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      • Laura says:

        MPulse, are you offering to fund it? Quite a few of the houses in that subdivision are owned by people who live in other states, or even countries. My neighborhood is mostly owner occupied, but I’ll take the hit on selling, if they want to live here so bad.

        Credit problems go away in 7 years. Becoming the center of racial controversy follows you for life…

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  16. Stephen says:

    Kisa Jackson says this:

    For real. We black. We are dealin’ with 430 years of systematic genocide. Nothing has changed. You are still black and walking.

    But all the nice conservatives pat her on the head for informing us that parents should control their children.

    Pitiful!

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    • franker01 says:

      She seems to be a Recovering Racial Victim.

      Give the Lady a break!

      Jeesh!!

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      • Stephen says:

        It’s reasonable, although painfully obvious to any civilized person, that parents should make their children behave. She’s right about that. But I’ll not wet my pants because a black says something reasonable, especially when at the same time she plays the Black Genocide Card.

        Just what kind of a break does someone who claims that blacks have suffered “430 years of systematic genocide” earn?

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    • James F says:

      Only totalitarian progressives believe everyone should agree with them 100% on every single issue.

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    • JoeyP says:

      I’m with you. I don’t see the point of patting a black person on the back for 1 obvious rational statement mixed in with the standard black racism and fictional victim narrative. I regularly hear black people making statements about being better parents or focusing on education or “stopping the violence”. The nation of Islam says things like that all the time. Black people have been saying things like that for decades. They just never do any of those things and never will.

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      • auscitizenmom says:

        Well, join all the BGI group who want to drown her out by calling her racist names for speaking up.

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      • BigMamaTEA says:

        The nation of Islam says things like that all the time interspersed with anti-antisemitism, anti-white , mother ship hovering overhead, genocide. But NOI does speak of taking responsibility for yourself and your family, etc too.

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      • Stephen says:

        True. It’s just talk.

        I’ve had negro fatigue for quite a few years now, and this sort of jabber just doesn’t impress me anymore.

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    • manickernel says:

      Technically she is correct, although the worst of it has been in the last 50 years or so, primarily in Rwanda, Nigeria and Somalia.

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  17. R Daneel says:

    One thing she does say is “…435 years of genocide…”

    Really? I think if that were so we could have killed all of the blacks by now.

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    • auscitizenmom says:

      Is there a word for “self-genocide” or is it just suicide?

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      • Justice_099 says:

        Fratricide is probably the closest term I can think of. It means killing of a brother, but is typically used strictly to mean killing a sibling. But it has also picked up use in things like military to mean friendly-fire.

        http://www.massviolence.org/Fratricide

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        • lorac says:

          “black-black-icide” : the systematic black on black killing, observed over the last 50-60 years within black cultures in the urban areas. This black-black-icide is not a concern to those same cultures, as they refuse to help cops find the perpetrators, and they do not request assistance, wanting to focus solely on the relatively minute number of blacks killed by cops.

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      • BigMamaTEA says:

        Abortion.

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    • Stephen says:

      Yes, but she said that parents should make their children behave, so all the good conservatives get all misty-eyed and go weak at the knees, thinking, “We got one! Here’s a black who’s on our side!”

      Bosh!

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    • BillDes says:

      Yeah she’s keeping it real allright….real dumb (Chris Rock)

      It does say something that even someone from her idiotic point of view can clearly see that the police did nothing wrong and the BGI are a bunch of fraudulent rabble rousers.

      This guy has some good comments too. Some black people seem to be waking up and realizing that the BGI is doing much much more harm than good for black people.

      It is a huge shame that the police officer resigned. Can’t say I blame him as I guess he didn’t want to deal with this bs. Police in black communities are going to go in full retreat mode, and those communities are going to be lawless hellholes. For those that didn’t think the inner city ghettos could get any worse, they are going to have a hell of a lot of egg on their faces.

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  18. James F says:

    What gives this woman the right to voice such an opinion!

    This woman is a heretic and should be fired from any jobs or positions of responsibility immediately. She should also be arrested and any minors in her charge should become wards of the state.

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  19. The Johnny Person says:

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    Just thought I would ask. Please, feel free to weigh in here. But has anyone found any statistics on the no# of applicants to the police academies across the country? I’m sure that sort of thing is tracked somewhere. With all of the CRAP we are seeing throughout the U.S it would have to make a dent in the no#’s. Think about it. Right now, after watching this time and again..cops losing their jobs…threatened…shot in the back…getting nearly beat to death while sitting in their car….tell me it wouldn’t make you at least hesitate applying to be a cop? Somewhere you’d have to stop and think, “Wow…I don’t think it’s worth it”. Anyone have any no#’s spanning the last 4-5 months?

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  20. franker01 says:

    While we can nit pick this woman’s statement to death, can anyone really disagree with what she was trying to say to the Black Community?

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    • Stephen says:

      She doesn’t earn a free pass for insane racial statements just because she’s black and said that black youth should not resist arrest but rather obey the police.

      How would you characterize her “430 years of systematic genocide” comment?

      Do you agree or disagree with what she’s trying to say to the White Community?

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      • auscitizenmom says:

        Maybe she is communicating with black people on their level.
        The question is, how do we communicate with you on your level?

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        • Stephen says:

          I’ll level with you and say that I believe that the “430 years of systematic genocide” level is at least a couple of levels below the level of almost everyone who posts here—myself included. 🙂

          Where did the notion of “430 years of systematic genocide” come from, anyway? Is that being taught in government schools generally or just in historically black institutions of higher learning?

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      • jakeandcrew says:

        She doesn’t need to earn a free pass to speak her mind. The point is not her worldview – the point is that she’s giving an eye-witness account of what happened, on video – without all the histrionics and allegations of racism. There are far too few people in McKinney who are willing to do so.

        I cannot imagine the pressure that town is under right now, with the full weight of the BGI, the national press, and now the New Black Panthers and the Nation of Islam descending on them.

        Pray for McKinney – they need to stand together against this onslaught. May they find courage to speak up as this woman did – and stand together.

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        • Laura says:

          To be fair, there would have been only a handful of residents at the pool and we’ve seen at least two lose their jobs. Would you volunteer for that?

          Our family is purposefully avoiding gatherings, events, and even (or especially?) pools. “The best way to win a fight is to not be there.” I’m starting to miss the days when the biggest issue facing the city was that Wal-Mart was building a fourth location.

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  21. JustOne says:

    What is the “It” in “make it clap”?

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    • BigMamaTEA says:

      Well, that would be the cheeks of a young woman’s hiney. As in twerking. The other definition would be that same part of the anatomy during sex clapping against her partner , doggie style. {That’s the most lady-like way I can say it)

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  22. geoffb5 says:

    Dimepiece pool party, the model.

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    • MPulse says:

      Help me! I screamed out load. I couldn’t even read all that.
      I have a better PLAN:
      GET A FREAKING JOB AND BUY A BETTER HOUSE. ….IN A BETTER NEIGHBORHOOD. If that’s what you want.
      Uagh!

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    • lourdes says:

      this guy really wants to leave the office with a bang doesn’t he? What is his agenda, exactly? Does he want a race war? I’m 54 and this has to be the worst president in my lifetime. A racist black man who we still are not even sure he was qualified for the seat, as in the question of his birth eligibility. Is he American or not? What does he get from hurting the white community? How could white people inn all good consciousness could have voted for this traitor of the human race. To put things in perspective; twice now two “millionaires” have asked for Obamas daughters hand in marriage by offering cows and sheep. What a humiliation and offensive. Never in US history has this happened but put a black man in the presidency and back to the jungle we go. His daughters must be mortified. http://www.cnn.com/2015/05/27/living/feat-malia-obama-kenyan-lawyer/

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      • auscitizenmom says:

        Hm. We seem to be of one mind.

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      • auscitizenmom says:

        “His daughters must be mortified.” Nah, they are laughing their a$$e$ off. But, can you imagine him actually marrying one of them? Boy, would he be in for a big suprise. I can’t help but think they are both spoiled and blackasized by who their mother thinks are role models for them. 😯

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        • lourdes says:

          JayZ and Beyonce for sure and I wouldn’t be surprised if Kanye West and Kim Kardashian are invited to the White House dinner table next. A president that would entertain Sharpton over 60 times at the white house one has to think twice, however it feels like we live in bizzarrio world. This is happening in front of our eyes and no one, NO ONE, is batting an eye. It is so frustrating because we can see it as plain as daylight, but we cant do anything about it. This guy is brazen to say the least. How does he sleep at night? I’m worried for my non-black brothers and sisters. These blacks are becoming blatant and defiant in their hatred for white folks in particular. I’m always aware of my personal space and I’m diligent about staying separated due to their propensity for violence. Sorry, but black people scare me.

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  23. Nettles18 says:

    Reporter in Dallas from CBS chasing down Make It Clap

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    • MPulse says:

      I just called McKinney police to ask about the illegal “makeitclap” parties that are charging admission & selling raffle tickets.
      Haven’t heard back from them yet.
      972-547-2700 McKinney police none emergency #

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      • Nettles18 says:

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      • manickernel says:

        Maybe they are checking out lemonade stands.

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      • MPulse says:

        Nice officer called back.
        He said he didn’t know about the party promotions deal or the raffle.
        Told me to report to my local police and that would get it to the investigators faster.
        What do you all think? You think the McKinney police are looking into it already? As a father I am very worried about the possible prize of the “raffle” being a minor.
        (No one buys tickets to a raffle unless they know what the prize is. Think about it!)

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        • auscitizenmom says:

          I absolutely agree with you. He said to report to local police. Are you in the area? Or, would it be local police anywhere?

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        • Laura says:

          The party they were promoting (and has since been canceled) was going to be in Plano. The first make it clap was also at The Venue, so there may not be anything McKinney police can do at this point. The trespassers were all released and I don’t think it makes sense to charge anyone now and risk retaliation claims.

          They may be counting on her family being barred from Section 8 housing in Collin county (I don’t have verification they are in that program, just speculation, and knowledge that Craig Ranch had to have a certain number of units available as a condition). And I’m pretty sure the HOA will levy fines, if not file suit.

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  25. BigMamaTEA says:

    This is none of our “gang” but I discovered while doing research. Time for a quick laugh!

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  26. manickernel says:

    Was just reading how Casebolt spent his morning. Hope those kids are proud.

    The first call involved an African-American male who shot himself in front of his family and his children, and other parents and their children, while at an apartment swimming pool. The officer had to photograph the body and collect evidence. He also spent quite some time consoling the grieving widow.

    The second call involved a teenage girl who was threatening to jump off a roof and commit suicide. Officer Casebolt consoled the young woman until she could be safely accompanied to the hospital.

    http://www.breitbart.com/texas/2015/06/11/mckinney-officer-apologizes-resigned-to-save-his-city-and-his-family/

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  27. Patrick West says:

    I totally agree with this sister. I too am African American and feel that a lot of times we are not being objective and acknowledging our part of the problem. McKinney pool party incident not only was that officer outta control, but those kids were too. No respect for rules, laws or authority.
    1) the mother in charge of the party should have been called to the front as well as the 2 white ladies who fought the teen. If the responsible adult could not be identified to answer ….everybody gotta go…no matter if they fuss, holla, etc….as long as they’re leaving. If responsible adult shows up then let her quieter the kids…so she & police can talk. If she can’t get them to settle down….everybody gotta go.
    1st mistake police made was automatically arriving to the scene taking side with the white 911 caller rather than attempting to get both sides of the story. White women who fought teen should have received a citation or stern warning of some type for getting physical with a minor.
    2 — Black parents need to teach their kids to respect authority, rules, and laws

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    • auscitizenmom says:

      “White women who fought teen should have received a citation or stern warning of some type for getting physical with a minor.” Wait, who got physical with whom? I think the white lady was trying to leave with her kids when that black gal accosted her. I wouldn’t believe anything that black gal said. Her tweets prove her a liar.

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      • Patrick West says:

        Based on the video, it’s not clear who got physical first– but based on the racial slurs she was hurling — added fuel to the fire. But it’s common whenever there’s an issue between a black and white, that some (not all) police will side with the white person first — or go to the white person first to get the story before (or without) giving the black person the benefit of telling their side. Police arrived on the scene already siding with the white 911 caller. The 2 white women who had a lot to do with this were probably home, watching.. laughing..enjoying the scene. THAT !!!! wasn’t fair. And the mother whose daughter was giving the pool party should have had her butt out there too — helping the police settle those kids down. One (1) adult overseeing ALL those kids ??? Those kids were totally outta control. There were a lot of logs burning in that fire — that officer was not the only factor.

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        • auscitizenmom says:

          “Based on the video, it’s not clear who got physical first– but based on the racial slurs she was hurling” You heard racial slurs? I didn’t. I heard a lot of screaming. And, I don’t yell racial slurs, but I can’t say what I might do is some little *itch had hold of my hair and three guys were egging her on. And, it seems that every time there is some kind of disagreement between black and white, the blacks start screaming “they said racial slurs” as if that makes it all right to physically attack them. It isn’t.

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          • Patrick West says:

            In your comment you make the distinction of referring to the white women as “ladies” (as I did) — but the black woman as “black gal”, I am African American and I assume you are white – we are disagreeing to some degree. However, I have not pulled your hair – yet, your comment has a racist undertone. Remarks peppered with racism is what causes situations to escalate like the McKinney Pool Party incident. I could flip your comment to say that “it seems like everytime there is some kind of disagreement between black and white, the whites start screaming “racial slurs” — then if (or when) things get physical, they don’t want to own up to the spark. I wouldn’t start a physical altercation … but .I would defend myself if physically attacked. I find fault with the officer, the mother, the white women, the teenage girl on the ground, the kids at the party. They each contributed in different ways. The only one that owned up to it was the officer because of the pressure – and hate he resigned. None of the others seem to recognize their wrong. smh

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            • auscitizenmom says:

              ‘In your comment you make the distinction of referring to the white women as “ladies” (as I did) — but the black woman as “black gal”’ I probably used the term ladies because you did. But that black gal is not and never will be a lady and it isn’t because of her skin color, it is because of her actions.

              Actually, I am responding because I thought maybe we could start by finding the things we agree on. This is a mixed race neighborhood. There were mixed races in the pool area. The woman and her daughter set up a party (which I think they called a pool party) without getting the proper approval for. Somebody, I am assuming they did, called in a DJ who played very loud explicit music. The invitations went out to general tweets or whatever and mixed race kids came from all over, maybe about 100 altogether, climbed over the pool fence and started causing trouble. I have no idea the race of the person who called the cops. When the cops came the white kids, according to Kisa Jackson, were pretty much in control. A lot of the black kids were running around. That is why it looked like the cops were after the black kids. The girl should have left when told to, and had several chances, but she didn’t and she kept running her mouth, while dragging along an entourage with her. That is why the cop sat on her.

              Is there any of that we can agree on?

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              • Patrick West says:

                I agree with what you’re saying right now. On a scale of 1-10..I’d say we agree on 8. All points you stated were factors that I too would not have wanted to tolerate and I’m disappointed that they are not being addressed or acknowledged as contributing factors. feel were not acknowledged as contributors. But what I don’t agree with you on is not seeming to acknowledge the “white gals” having contributed (a white teenage girl even testified she heard the racial slurs and intervened by telling the “white gals” they were wrong to be saying those things. I’m using the term “white gals” now because of their actions based on witness statements. I’m sure you realize “Black gal” is a degrading term that stems from slavery or Jim Crow days. But if you didn’t mean it in that manner….okay. I am glad to see that we DO agree for the most part of the incident itself. As I stated in my original post … and I’m trying to be objective…the officer, the kids, the mother, the white gals, the black gal —- All — threw a log in that fire and it’s not fair that the officer is the only one that had to take the blame. We in the black community need to teach our kids to obey the commands of police officers…to remain calm….don’t talk back….respect rules….respect authority. . The teenage girl had no business continuously talking smack to that officer — she should have just left, When he grabbed her and she started jerking and kicking — that’s considered “resisting arrest”.. I’ve told all my grandkids DO NOT jerk away from an officer — if you do— you’re going TO THE GROUND !!! Yes, the officer was talking very unprofessionally. My heart sank when he pulled his service gun …. I THANK GOD he didn’t pull the trigger. But, it looked to me like he was about to be attacked by the dude behind him. If that dude had had the chance to kick the officer in the head or hit him with whatever he was reaching for in his pocket, the rest of them that were slowly moving in would have jumped in. I saw it as “self defense”….just glad he didn’t shoot anybody.
                Again I ask, “where’s the mother who organized this party ???” She KNEW that party was outta control — now way one (1) adult can supervise THAT MANY unruly kids. SHE should have stopped the party—did a head count of 20….and everybody has to GO !
                Or she should have been out there helping those police gain crowd control. And the D.J.??!!! playing loud, obscene music – selling tickets — it was chaotic !!!

                So we may not agree on some things….but we agree on most.

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                • auscitizenmom says:

                  “I’m sure you realize “Black gal” is a degrading term that stems from slavery or Jim Crow days.” No. Absolutely not. I never, ever, ever, connected it with anything like that. The term “gal” is a term my mother used. It had nothing to do with race.

                  And, yes, if that mother that set up the party had gotten permission, she would have known what the rules were and probably would have been easy to find to stop the mayhem. To be honest. I can’t help but wonder if somebody, maybe not her, but somebody wanted to cause a big commotion to cause trouble. It could have been anybody on her twitter list.

                  I don’t know who it was that said they heard the women using racial slurs. And, I hope it comes out if that is the truth. But, it still doesn’t make it all right to physically attack anyone. But, we don’t know who attacked first.

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