Raven Symone Outrages Liberal Lynch Mob With Comments on Spring Valley
Most of the time the women of The View are headliners for stupidity. It's like watching a horrible accident and you can't not look away. But recently there were smatterings of not-so-stupid bordering on kind of making sense. Three gals in the post show segment brought up the incident at Spring Valley High (Read: Spring Valley: Latest "racist, Policy Brutality" Story Changes with New Video) and credit where it's due, Raven Symone injected a teensy, tiny bit of logic into the chaos. Watch:
“He was actually sued for false arrest, excessive force and battery in 2007 after a couple accused him of manhandling them. He has a record, and he’s still hired. But at the same time, get off yo’ phone. You are in school, get off yo’ phone. What you doin’ on Instagram?” Raven-Symoné asked.
“The girl was told multiple times to get off the phone. There’s no right or reason for him to be doing this type of harm; that’s ridiculous,” Raven-Symoné said. “But at the same time, you gotta follow the rules in school. First of all, why are there cellphones in school? This shouldn’t even be a problem to begin with, and he shouldn’t have been acting like that on top of it.”
These points led to the Liberal lynch mob grabbing their virtual torches and pitchforks and taking to their favorite medium, Twitter, to show the world how much ANGER and SENSE OF JUSTICE they felt that someone DARE infer that the student maybe had some responsibility in what happened to her.
What kind of water is Raven-Symone and Don Lemon drinking? ...Anti-Blaquafina— TyreeBP (@TyreeBP)1446044276.0
We need to put Raven Symone and Don Lemon on a boat to a deserted island and Leave them there .— I don’t do remixes! (@I don’t do remixes!)1446034098.0
There you have it, folks. Raven Symone broke from the Leftist, liberal, crazy talking points and dared to suggest the little brat who wouldn't put away her cell phone might have something to do with the situation she found herself in. Also, Symone said "two wrongs don't make a right" but the torches had already been lit, the mob had already screamed and called for her crazy-hair-dyed head. Tolerance.