What happened to George Floyd is awful and should not have happened. It should not happen to anyone, regardless of the situation. That being said, people are too damn eager to attack people that had nothing to do with it.
Do you know who had something to do with it? Maybe five people. That’s it. So what happens? You get people burning down whole cities and acting like they don’t know how to deal with things properly.
Like these pictures of people kneeling on other folks and kneeling on children to prove whatever point they are trying to prove.
The ‘human’ Black Lives Matter supporter who thought it would be a wise idea to kneel on the neck of a white baby is facing his punishment and a teacher who encouraged the baby’s death is facing some too.
The photo shows 20-year-old Isaiah Jackson kneeling on the neck of the white toddler who is seen crying in the picture, Fox 11 reported.
In the photo another person is holding the crying toddler’s hands behind his back as another person takes the picture.
Patrol units were able to determine the location where the incident took place and made contact with both the mother and the child, as well as the male subject seen kneeling in the image, the Clark County Sheriff’s Office said in an update on Facebook Thursday. The relationship between Jackson and the child’s mother is unknown.
The child, who has not been identified by authorities, was taken to a local hospital for examination, where he was found to have no injuries related to the incident.
The sheriff’s office said the mother, who also has not been identified, told deputies that “she was unaware of the photo having been taken, or its contents, until she had been informed by other parties while the Sheriff’s Office was enroute to her home to begin the investigation into this incident.” The investigation is ongoing.
In the meantime, an Atlanta area teacher commented on the photo encouraging Jackson to kneel properly on the baby until he killed him, WGCL-TV reported.
“Again! Your [sic] doing it wrong! One knee on the center of the back one one [sic] the neck and lean into it until death! You saw the video! Get it right or stop f***ing around!” teacher Brian Papin commented on the photo on Facebook.
“DeKalb County School District (DCSD) is aware of the disturbing social media post associated with a district teacher,” it said on Facebook.