Guess who’s NOT winning any mom of the year awards?
Remember the ‘good old days’ when parents told children that if you were ever lost, or in trouble, you should go ask a policeman for help?
It wasn’t political, or even very controversial.
It was even a running theme in Sesame Street!
How did we go from the idea of your friendly neighborhood policeman to teaching your kids to get involved in smashing a police car?
A bunch of kids were dancing and jumping on the hood of a cop car.
— St. Louis, MO Police (@SLMPD) September 15, 2017
Great respect for public property, there.
Maybe those geniuses haven’t figured out that every police care that needs replacing comes out of the city budget… and defunds ‘lesser’ priorities like children’s programs and park improvements.
But nobody’s calling them smart.
It’s bad enough that the children are bouncing on the hood of the cop car, with so many adults gathered around.
It’s even worse that one tiny little tot was physically lifted up and placed on the hood of the car to join them.
Is it any wonder we’re seeing adults get into trouble?
They guy whose death this crowd is gathered to protest tried to plow his car into arresting officers, before leading them onto a high-speed chase.
If he was taught respect for the law, and respect for police, from childhood he could still be alive today.
That might even have been enough to prompt him to make life choices that wouldn’t land him in conflict with the law in the first place.
Looks like that mom went to the same school of parenting as this kid’s parents:
Too young for Kindergarten, but knows how to flash gang signs and cuss out mom and grandma.
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