WATCH: Ghetto Mom Says it “Wasn’t Fair” Her Robber Son Was Shot by Victim (VIDEO)


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Years of Democratic social policies has left the black community plagued by a victim complex. Everything and anything is the white man’s fault, “whitey” is keeping them down, and Trump is a “racist.” In fact, this ghetto mom even thinks it’s unfair that her robber son was shot by his intended victim during a Pizza Hut robbery.


Michael Grace Jr., attempted to rob a Pizza Hut instead of actually getting a job. He was shot and killed by an armed restaurant employee, who was likely concerned for his life. Incredibly, the thug’s mother had a disturbing response.

“If there was to be a death, it was not the place of the employee at Pizza Hut. That is the place of law enforcement,” she said.

“Why in the hell did this guy have a gun?” she asks in reference to the armed employee, oblivious to the fact that he was armed so that thugs like her son couldn’t kill him? The entitlement in this woman’s mind is absolutely unreal.

You can watch the full video below:

Obama took his sweet time in office, focusing intently on every single race-baiting opportunity he could find. Whenever a white officer shot a black man, he would give us a 15 minute speech about the injustice of the matter and how racial inequality is rampant in this country—all the while ignoring how the thug had tried to kill the cop.

After eight years of the Obama administration, it’s safe to say that the black community is actually worse off than it was before. Under conservative leadership, people are encouraged to help themselves, and to pull themselves up by their bootstraps, but Democrats simply encourage laziness by handing out welfare. So, we have situations like this.

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