Skip to comments.Little league football coach hits referee
Posted on 10/15/2012 7:55:19 PM PDT by TigerClaws
A little league football assistant coach could be facing assault charges after he was caught on video punching a referee during a game in West Park over the weekend, police said Monday.
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On a serious note, there's no place for that and he shouldn't be coaching.
Another “Get Whitey!” moment brought to you by Barack Obama, the ACLU, the Supreme Court, and other fine institutions.
More to it than that. It was racist. And a hate crime at that.
I didn’t have to watch to know... But I watched. Suspicion confirmed.
It was obviously the refs fault for being white.
Beer summit available?
Oh yeah, the Preezie of the US will say "the refs acted stupidly".
Yep, hate crime. Another one.
Coach: “I was just trying to show the referee that my boys shouldn’t hit like a bunch of girls, they should hit like THIS!”
If that coach had been wearing a hoodie, he’d look just like Bill Belichick.
There were at least 5 refs on the field. Only one was white. Guess which one got sucker-punched.
Very foolish behavior. Watch video and notice Dion has trouble keeping his pants up after the hit. Also, several others in the crowd have trouble keeping their pants up. Others in the crowd wanted to keep the conflict going.
Moral values are completely gone in this nation. Might makes right. We are so close to civil war, you can feel the evil beast of conflict breathing down your neck every single day now.
The ONLY thing that would stop all of this is severe punishment for EVERYONE who was involved in that melee for whom it could be determined they wanted to start a fight. Most are so stupid they would admit how unhappy they were about the decision and could then be punished. Stupid people. Stupid government.
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