Unemployment among teens is at an all time low, and it is an especially surprising fact given that the nation is littered with fast food places where a teen can get a job by walking in the door.
Yet people wonder why unemployment among teens is so low. This video that you are about to see why. The little degenerates in this clip somehow think it is cool to act like a complete and totally buffoon in front of this judge.
Speaking personally for a moment, I served on a jury once and when I was asked a question by the judge during the jury selection phase it was the most “straight answer” I have ever responded to a question.
If people want to know how to fix the troubled inner cities, start with the kids. People need to realize that people need to respect everyone and not treat everything like some group text where they can say whatever the heck they want without any consequences.
These kids in this video stole a car and led police on a high speed chase.
You would think that after all of that anyone with sense would stand there and throw themselves upon the mercy of the court. However….
Daily Wire: A Broward County, Florida courtroom where four teens accused of multiple crimes — including burglary, grand theft auto and eluding police — had to be cleared because not only were the criminals not behaving, their friends and family were just as wild.
The 15 year-old driver of the stolen vehicle, Maurice Thomas, became upset when the judge ordered him to spend the next 21 days in detention. His angry reaction triggered outbursts from the gallery, who happened to be related to the accused.
The ruling did not go over well with them to say the least. Local news channel WSVN 7 captured video of a young woman dancing while another lashed out at a guard with angry obscenities. Meanwhile, 15 year-old suspect Dontavious Butler flashed a gold smile for the camera.
The judge ended up sentencing a few of the suspect’s disorderly court supporters to two days in jail for contempt of court.
What in the heck did they think was so funny? Was it some way of building up street cred by acting like an idiot to the judge? One thing I can guarantee and anyone with sense will attest to this; street cred never once paid your water bill.