BLACK EYE NEWS
December 1, 2014
UPDATED March 31, 2018: Jen and Sara Hart drove their SUV off a cliff on the Pacific Coast Highway in Mendocino County, California, at 90 miles per hour, killing themselves and six adopted black kids.
The most [in]famous kid is of course Devonte Hart. He’s the hug-a-cop kid in the photo below. The women were in a homosexual marriage, with one of them having a previous arrest for domestic violence.
These crazy white liberals are just as demented as right-wing white males. If these women wanted to kill themselves like Thelma and Louise, then do it. Every human being has the right to live or die whenever they want. But these women murdered six black kids in the process of their selfish, 15-minutes-of-fame moments.
There have been many white people adopting black kids ever since the Diff’rent Strokes started the trend in the 1980s. Madonna and Angelina Jolie started adopting black kids and making it fashionable again in the 1990s and 2000s. Perhaps some of them mean well. But these two women posted videos on Instagram of Devonte Hart in his underwear, doing some homo-pedo-looking ballet dance. It should be noted that they first posted this video within 45 days after the hug-a-cop photo went viral.
They were grooming him to be a homo and a coon. White America tried to make this hug-a-cop photo into an “all lives matter” thing. But it was really a young black kid begging white cops to save him from his crazy white female “moms.”
Our thoughts are with the children.
Oregon Live Story here about the crash.
UPDATED MARCH 25, 2015: Adaisha Miller shot and killed by Detroit Cop while trying to hug him.
Staged Devonte Hart “hug a cop” photo (below) gets global dissemination; Adaisha Miller was shot and killed by an off-duty Detroit cop while trying to hug him on June 8, 2012.
PORTLAND — State-run media have run this photo ad nauseum with captions like “photo tells poignant story” and “emotional hug goes viral” in the wake of Ferguson cop Darren Wilson being cleared of any charges for killing unarmed Michael Brown. But all of said media fail to tell the story of both the cop and kid involved.
Let’s start with the comedic hypocrisy of Portland cop Bret Barnum. It was discovered in the past 24 hours that Barnum “liked” both his friend’s “I am Darren Wilson” photo on Facebook, and the “I Support Darren Wilson” page on Facebook. Drexel University professor George Ciccariello was the first to begin disseminating this information.
Barnum and Richard Storm, the cop who posted the “I am Darren Wilson” photo that Barnum “liked,” have both deactivated their Facebook accounts. Storm was actually ordered by his commanders to remove his page, the same commanders who told local media that Storm would be banned from working any of the protests after the Ferguson decision. But Storm was in fact the “arresting officer” of four people arrested during protests on Friday, November 29.
Barnum, the “loving, altruistic” cop, also tasered a man he pulled over for lack of insurance after the driver “looked at him the wrong way” in July of 2003.
And now to 12-year-old “black” Devonte Hart. He was adopted at the age of 5, along with his two siblings, by Jen and Sarah Hart; two white women in a homosexual marriage.
In other words, the kid has been groomed to be a liberal white spokesperson for two clueless women. These “mothers” irresponsibly put this kid in a dangerous situation, as these cops could have easily killed him and claimed he “assaulted a police officer” as justification. 12-year-old Tamir Rice was gunned down by Cleveland cops last week because he was carrying a toy gun that the police knew was a toy. But now it makes sense: the only way a black kid would be hugging his white imperial oppressor is through the training of his white adults who joined the fashionable “adopt black kids” trend that Madonna and Angelina Jolie started.
We can’t say for sure that this whole thing is a Sandy Hook-like staged government event with the kid being the crisis actor. But it does in fact appear to be a pacification attempt to convince black Americans of the proverbial “all police aren’t bad” and to love the oppressor. But once again, this campaign was sloppy and very poorly executed.