Photos: USA: Blacks Beat White Foster Child Toddler to Death – My Comments

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[Disgusting beyond belief. How the heck did this White child end up being given to blacks? We Whites had better take White children and babies seriously. This is complete nonsense. White children are EVERYTHING. No White kids = DEATH OF OUR RACE. Jan]

Here’s a video about this disgusting news story:

A black foster family beat a little white girl, who was in their care as a foster child, to death.

The national media hasn’t brought this story up, which was first published in local media the day before the inauguration.

To be fair, the media was too busy to talk about this, as they were busy talking about how the government needs to pass laws against white supremacy in order to stop the ongoing threat of white supremacists threatening the integrity of our nation’s podiums.


Simpsonville Police Department officials arrested foster parents on charges related to the death of a 3-year-old girl.

According to a police department news release, officers responded to an address on Sellwood Circle at around 2:25 p.m. on Jan. 14 in regard to an unresponsive juvenile.

The girl was taken to Prisma Health Greenville Memorial Hospital, where she was later pronounced dead.

Police, along with the South Carolina Law Enforcement Division and the Greenville County Coroner’s Office, determined during the investigation in the child’s death that she died as a result of physical abuse.

Greenville County Coroner Parks Evans identified the child as Victoria Rose Smith, 3, of Simpsonville.

Evans said an autopsy was performed and revealed that Smith died from multiple blunt force injuries. Her death has been ruled a homicide and those charged were foster parents.

Jerry A. Robinson, 34, and Ariel S. Robinson, 29, were arrested and were each charged with homicide by child abuse.

They were both taken to the Greenville County Detention Center, where they were being held without bond.

Before killing the child, the black foster mother posted to social media about the child’s “white privilege.”

But she also posted really nicely about the child.

You might be thinking: “if this was a white foster family who beat a black toddler to death, the media would be talking about it more.”

But you obviously don’t understand the difference between the two: hundreds of years ago, black people were slaves, which means that they have a lower starting point in society, which means that it isn’t a big deal if they beat little white children to death.

In fact, anyone who even talks about this story is a white supremacist and a racist.

It’s hateful to talk about these black people beating a child to death, especially given what has so recently happened to George Floyd and others.

I don’t know that it should be legally allowed for blacks to beat white toddlers to death, but it certainly shouldn’t be considered a big deal, when we consider the historical context.

Only two hundred years ago, blacks were in chains in this country. And you’re going to talk about them beating a white toddler to death? I’m sorry but you’re a racist and you should really be investigated by the federal government if you even care that this child is dead from being beaten by blacks.


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