This is the same group that obstructed the grandmother from bringing her injured grandchild to the hospital and punched her. They were blocking the freeway with another 'non violent protest.'
This should be good. I hope the bikers who showed up in force for the Joe horn rally are there. Quannel 10 doesn’t like bikers
The goober organizing the counterprotest put a confederate flag on his Facebook page? I’m sure the media is loving that.
Black folks may enter any high end neighborhood in America with little to no trouble.
I would not dare go to the hood after dark, and it has always been that way during my lifetime.
I mean, who could make eligibility fraud charges against 0bama at a time when his black citizen army is at a fever pitch to fight? Coincidence? I think not.
Bahahahahahahahaha! What shall we name the baby honey? How about Quanell? Yeah, that has a nice ring to it, let’s name him Quanell! Bahahahahahahahaha! There should be a reality show about how they select these names. Here’s a tip: They’re not naming them after Saints anymore! Unless, there’s a Saint Quanell out there I haven’t heard of.
(CNN) -- The alleged gang rape of an 11-year-old girl has torn apart a Texas community, with some focusing on the girl and her parents as much as, if not more than, the 18 people accused of sexually assaulting her.
"It is segregating our community," Brenda Myers, the head of the Community and Children's Impact Center in Cleveland, Texas, told HLN's Vinnie Politan on Monday. "There's a lot of anger, a lot of vicious remarks toward the little girl."
This month, police said 13 adults and five juveniles have been arrested related to their investigation of an alleged rape late last year in Cleveland, a community about 50 miles northeast of Houston.
Darrell Broussard, Cleveland's assistant police chief, said that the 18 individuals charged thus far are between 14 and 27 years old.
On Thursday, Quanell X, a community activist, traveled from Houston to help stage a town hall meeting called to address rising concerns -- especially in Cleveland's African-American community -- about the case.
Among other issues, he said that the girl didn't do enough to stop the alleged assailants.
"It was not the young girl that yelled rape. Stop right there -- something is wrong, brothers and sisters," Quanell X said.
And, speaking over yells of support from the crowd, he also questioned the role of the girl's parents.
"Where was the mother? Where was the father?" he said.
Soon after that event, community activist Linda Morales defended the girl.
"This was an 11-year-old child. And no matter what she did, did not do, how she dressed, how she talked, how she acted does not matter," Morales said. "This was a brutal and savage rape."
What happens if the protesters get violent and attack the counter protest?
What happens if tons of them get shot? This counter-protest sounds like it will be carrying guns.
Yet another double standard. If the TP displayed a Confederate flag in or out of cyberspace, the msm would have a fit. And holder would press some trumped up charges.
Wait until the Welfare checks bounce when the government runs out of Taxpayers to pay the bill....that's when the same thing will happen everywhere, since the inner-city tribal parasites have a "Right" to income from others, just as their past 3 generations have been doing.....
Protest sign idea:
“Mothers, don’t let your boys grow up to be thugs.”
Let’s not forget 150,000 Katrina evacuees were bussed in from New Orleans.
A couple of years ago I went into a large mall in the part of town to where they were mostly evacuated.
There was a “Katrina evacuee” welfare benefits office, still there in the mall after at least five years.
I’m sure this little march will really help change the stereotypical image of black malcontents.
If Quannell does 4 more sequels then he’ll beat “Friday the 13th.”
This president wants to prolong the Trayvon outrage.