‘Stupid Authorities Crash Down on 9-Year-Old for Calling Brownies “Brownies”‘ (2016)

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“Some kid called a brownie a brownie!”

So, a snack was served at Collingwood Elementary School, a little boy said something about brownies–because that’s what they were serving–and next thing you know, “school officials”–there goes that doofus alarm again–police, the county prosecutor, and the New Jersey Division of Child Protection get involved.,. because somehow the mere mention of brownies, when brownies are actually present, constitutes “a racial incident” (https://leeduigon.com/2016/06/30/stupid-authorities-crash-down-on-9-year-old-for-calling-brownies-brownies/). Government goofs converge on the incident like sharks around a sinking ship.

Stupid Authorities Crash Down on 9-Year-Old for Calling Brownies ‘Brownies’

Most of you have never had occasion to pass through Camden County, New Jersey. If you’ve ever seen it with your own eyes, you’ll marvel that any of these “authorities” find time to devote to imaginary “racial incidents”–I mean, just look at it!

But wherever Democrats rule–the correct term is “to serve in public office,” but these creeps “rule”–this is what you find: the whole place going to hell in a handbasket while the “authorities” dream up new ways to keep people stirred up about “racism.”

Shame, shame, shame on us for letting them do it.

14 comments on “‘Stupid Authorities Crash Down on 9-Year-Old for Calling Brownies “Brownies”‘ (2016)

  1. I read some articles several years ago about a new, black (can I say “black”) democratic Police Commissioner who fired the entire police force and rehired a brand new, almost entirely black (ibid) one, with fewer members to “save money” which of course never trickled down to the local citizens who were being taxed into poverty. There were complaints that many of the new hires had criminal records and were of questionable character and skills. I forgot which NJ city – Camden I think, but this racism could have spread to other cities.

    1. LOL – I’m sow sowwy…I can’t read collidge inglish. Forgive me, I went to school before “Ysbott” and “Chutt” and “Obann” were added to the new university language.

    2. OOPS! I guess if we’re going to communicate, i’d better get reading.

    3. They would be crushed to hear you thought they were just Joe Collidge stupidisms. Even villains deserve better than that.

    4. lol – i’m curious to know if your villains are really as villainous as democrats. If so, your fiction might be a horror story in disguise. Thought: democrats aren’t human either, so…

    5. Well, Ysbott is a murderer and robber, and totally corrupt, with no redeeming traits that I can think of; and Chutt has insatiable lust for power and wealth, and no detectable morality. But I would trust either of them before I trusted any Democrat. They, at least, are fictional–and can be easily disposed of.
      Would that Beto and the rest were fictional!

    6. Wow – i’m shocked your books aren’t Number One on the US Reading List, and sold out, waiting for another printing. Especially since Ysbotts and Chutts will be the only candidates on the 2020 ballot, except for Trump, and voters do want to know for whom they vote (sarc). Ah yes, “would that Beto and the rest were…” @#$%.

  2. Poor kids, between a rock and a hard time. Being terrorized into obedience bodes no good for our next generation of leaders, nor for us who have to live under their tyranny. From potty training to potty mouths, these kids will inherit the worst of what we are giving them today. “The Lord is with us…he restoreth our soul…”

  3. So this is how it ends, not with a bang, but with a whimper. A civilization that would act thusly is a civilization in serious trouble. Our greatness, according to D’Toqueville, was in our goodness. Now that our goodness has all but vanished, our greatness has decreased proportionally.

  4. Goodness may have vanished from New Jersey but it is alive and well in Arkansas. Why not catch the last bus or train out of the swamp and come to the Natural State where the living is easy and inexpensive. You should see the nice homes you can buy for $150,000. Our elementary schools use Rush Limbaugh’s children’s American history books, and our teachers put Bible verse posters on the wall, and above the U.S. Flag it reads “In God We Trust.”

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