This is now the era of Black Lives Matter. If somebody of African descent is upset, it’s now their right to destroy. You better not stop it. You want to think it’s shock that kept people from responding but if people just whipped out their phones to get it on video, you need to put that phone down and help a fellow human out. In this case, the mother could have died like a teenager that had the same thing happen.
The mother didn’t realize she was dealing with instability
Under most circumstances, people involved in workplace gossip understand to do something non violent about it. Bring it up to a manager. Be an adult about it.
They were coworkers at a McDonald’s. The attacker was upset the mother said something about her dating life. That mother could have been killed. She wound up with a concussion.
The people that witnessed this should be ashamed to show their faces
Because of not helping the mother. But nobody feels shame anymore. We aren’t supposed to shame anybody. Shame is the feeling you get when you know you’ve done wrong. It teaches you to not do that activity again.
But everything is relative. There is no right or wrong, only gray. If nothing is good or bad, right or wrong, it’s perfectly fine to just take a video of somebody being killed before your eyes and do nothing.
A mother is viciously beaten in front of her two-year-old.
Black Lives Matter and the cancel culture are the only thing that matter these days#FoxAndFriends #MorningJoe #Trump #KAG2020 #TuesdayThoughts #CNN #WalkAway #Tcot #Ccot
— Rad123 (@Tombx7M) July 7, 2020
The attacker already knows she’s screwed
The suspect, 25 year old Latia Harris, hasn’t shown up at work and she may have fled. Her last known address is unoccupied.
Salem City Police Chief John Pelura is disgusted. “There is a moral and social breakdown in the fabric of our society, which is clearly evident when a woman gets pummeled in broad daylight in front of her child while a dozen people pull out their phones to record the incident instead of calling for help. There is so little regard for human life – by the actor and the bystanders.”