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Roughly a month after Charlottesville in 2017, a black man entered a church in Nashville with the intention of murdering “at least 10 white churchgoers.”

This black man, an immigrant from Sudan, wanted revenge for the Charleston shooting in 2015. Racial revenge.

We are only learning the motive today because a judge had sealed the details until trial. [State: Suspect aimed to kill at least 10 white churchgoers, Fox News, May 20, 2019]:

A prosecutor said Monday that a black man charged with fatally shooting a woman and wounding seven people at a Nashville church aimed to kill at least 10 white churchgoers and cited a 2015 massacre at a black church in South Carolina.

Nashville Deputy District Attorney Amy Hunter made the comments during opening statements in the trial of Emanuel Kidega Samson, 27. Prosecutors have said they’re seeking life without parole for Samson, who faces a 43-count indictment, including a first-degree murder charge, in the September 2017 shooting at Burnette Chapel Church of Christ.

Samson’s attorney, Jennifer Lynn Thompson, countered that Samson’s true intention was to kill himself. He left a suicide note for his girlfriend and sent a goodbye video to his cousin, according to Thompson.

Members of the church packed the courtroom, at times becoming emotional when attorneys and witnesses recounted a Sunday filled with chaos, tragedy and heroism. The shooting rampage killed 38-year-old Melanie L. Crow of Smyrna, Tennessee. She was shot in the church parking lot, and dropped her Bible and notes from a recently concluded worship ceremony that had just concluded, Hunter said.

Samson, who used to attend the church, is black and the victims are white. Hunter explained that a note in Samson’s car cited white supremacist Dylann Roof’s massacre at a black church in Charleston, South Carolina, in 2015. It also referenced the red, black and green Pan-African flag, sometimes called RBG.

“Dylann Roof is less than nothing,” the note read, Hunter said. “The blood that 10 of your kind will shed is that of the color upon the RBG flag in terms of vengeance.” The note included an expletive and ended with a smiley face, Hunter said.

“This state will prove beyond all reasonable doubt that on Sept. 24, 2017, this defendant, Emanuel Kidega Samson, went to the Burnette Chapel Church of Christ with the intent to murder a minimum of 10 white churchgoers on that day,” Hunter said. “You won’t have to take the state’s word for it though.”

An arrest affidavit said Samson waived his rights and told police he arrived armed and fired at the church, described by the prosecutor as a multicultural, multigenerational community where everyone knows everyone.

Hunter also said the calamity revealed a “true life hero.”

Churchgoer Robert Caleb Engle has testified that during the rampage, he twice confronted the gunman, who was wearing a tactical vest and a motorcycle-style mask with a clown smile on it. Engle said he was pistol-whipped three times in the head. At one point, he pushed the gun back on the shooter and a shot fired, striking the gunman and sending him to the ground.

Engle said his father kicked the gun away, stood on the shooter’s hand and told Engle to go get his gun out of his truck.

Engle came back with his weapon, put his foot on the shooter’s back and stood guard until first responders arrived.

A judge’s order had kept many details of the case secret until trial.

“A judge’s order had kept many details of the case secret until trial…”

A black immigrant from Sudan was hell-bent on racial revenge and sought to kill at least 10 whites at a church in Nashville, Tennessee.

There’s no hiding the details of this racial terrorism anymore.

The anti-white mindset dominates every aspect of American life, ensuring a story such as this stays hidden for as long as possible.

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  1. The judge keeps a pro-White story under wraps while anti-White narratives are legion?

    A lie goes ’round the world while the truth is getting its boots on.

    Impeach the damn judge!

  2. Around blacks … build walls.

    • Replies: @The Bland Enchilada
  3. Duke84 says:

    If there’s a mass shooting with few or any fatalities you can be almost certain the perp is black.

    • Replies: @Anonymous0619
  4. OT or maybe not:Make no eye contact with the animals. Failure to adhere to the new social order cost this white man his life.

    ‘Police: Victim leaves behind clue leading to murder suspect’s arrest’

    MAY 17, 2019

    SHELBY COUNTY, Tenn. — County authorities arrested a 24-year-old man and charged him with the shooting death of a man in Cordova.

    Bryant Ward was arrested Friday in Olive Branch.

    Police responded to the 1200 block of Linnean Cove on May 15 and located Bryan Hervey, 61, deceased from multiple gun shot wounds.

    Investigators said they located the victim’s vehicle on the scene. It had multiple bullet holes in the side, the glass was shattered and there was blood visible inside the vehicle.

    Surveillance video from the scene showed that the victim ran from that car to a nearby home where he banged on the door screaming for help. That’s when gunshots were heard in the background and the victim fell down in the yard with a piece of paper in his hand. More gunshots were heard as the victim was on the ground.

    Before he died, authorities said the victim was able to write down the license plate of the car that was being driven by his attacker. That car was registered to a woman who later told police that it all began after the victim made eye contact with Ward, setting him off. She said she drove after the victim, but Ward was the one who leaned out of the car window and fired shots at the man.

    He then jumped out of the vehicle and continued to shoot Hervey on Linnean Cove, she said.

    It’s unclear if the woman will be facing any charges.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    , @Sick 'n Tired
  5. I’m sure he kept it quiet for “national security’s reasons.

    Even a mediocre backlash from the armed south would set their agenda back twenty years.

    This story will never see the light of day in the MSM. They can’t let that happen. Knowing that blscks are deliberately targeting whites cannot be allowed into the national debate.

    The story must remain that these are individual, unrelated cases. The gunmen are deranged and race had nothing to do with their decision.

    Even a mediocre backlash….

    • Replies: @Former liberal
  6. @Jim in Jersey

    We can only dream….I love men but they seem to have been largely turned into pussies, even the South. There are exceptions of course. Country bred and blue collar men generally seem to have a lot more guts. But Nashville is cuck city.

  7. Anonymous[477] • Disclaimer says:

    I’m sure all it was that set the black murderer off was incidental eye contact (that the white victim probably didn’t know he made until the black guy was “set off”).

    The woman who drove her murderous man after the victim was not clever enough to come up with a lie when first questioned. However, you know that if she gets charged with anything and after speaking with a lawyer, her story will switch to one where the victim shouted the n-word at them and the case will be made that the murder was justified.

    I’m guessing the unfortunate victim “could see”. A DWL wouldn’t have realized he had enraged the black and would have been shot dead before he knew what was going on. A realist would be fully aware that something as innocuous as a glance could set a black off into a murderous rage. The victim also must have realized in his final moments that without documenting the licence plate number of their (likely stolen) car, the police wouldn’t have the means or motivation to track down his would-be killers.

    • Replies: @Non PC Infidel
  8. You rarely hear real-life hero stories, where civilians with weapons intervene at all when others are being mown down, much less successfully. It might have something to do with the ambiguity of guilt. Even police are now being charged with murder when pursuing suspects in legally protected minority groups. Self defense is regarded as justified, legally, but using weapons to defend others could be construed differently, especially with Woke juries & judges.

    That said, this makes two bonafide hero stories in Nashville. There was the Waffle House mass shooter, with the Black guy wrestling him to the ground and taking his weapon away. That incident probably would have happened without the mass waves of immigration in the USA and all of the unnecessary deaths it has caused via violent crime—deaths of US citizens that did not have to happen if mass immigration was scaled back to reasonable numbers.

  9. And watch as the act itself – murder – will pale in comparison to the wickedness of those who dare notice.

    Noticing While White is the real crime here.

  10. @Anonymous

    Even incidental eye contact is considered by many blacks to be “disrespect” and a threat and a challenge to their erroneously and quite delusionally assumed authority, status and importance. It’s simply part of their narcissistic tendencies and they expect others to act towards them with deference as if they were royalty. Looking at them “wrong” can set them off and make them bristle with hostility and launch an attack which is usually preceded by an outraged screech of, “Whatchoo lookin’ at?!?” Eye contact in da hood is a big no-no, especially sustained eye contact. It’s typically low class, ignorant blacks that behave in this way but it’s not exclusive to them unfortunately and other blacks can and do behave similarly despite economic or social status.

    I once had to speak up about this problem in a company meeting. The company had hired quite a few hoodrats at a time when the state had changed the rules as per welfare and many people were kicked off of gibsmedats. I had to be diplomatic but essentially said that different cultures have different ways- that in some cultures, looking at someone was simply a friendly act that meant that you were interested in them (or found them interesting) or wanted to know more about them. Thus, it could simply be a non-verbal invitation to conversation. In others, it could be seen as a threat and a challenge. However, I pointed out that in the larger community in the USA, the former condition applied and reacting with hostility was inappropriate.

    In my diplomatic way, I was telling them to keep their bullshit behaviors, “rules of conduct” and chimp outs in da hood. That when one entered the larger community, one could not demand and expect the larger community to obey the rules of da hood. I then used the example of what was known as the “Ugly American” which is someone who goes to another country from America and demands that people there conduct themselves according to American standards and rules of conduct and behavior and thus behaves in extremely obnoxious and offensive ways and makes an absolute ass of themselves. The implication (of course) is that this is exactly what they were doing when they came out of da hood into the larger white community and they needed to pluck their heads out of their butts.

    Wasted breath for the most part. Even when I eventually left the job for a much better one, the hostile chimpouts were still happening along with the never-ending and incessant accusations of racism and mistreatment along with threats of lawsuits etc. plus the attempts to make life so miserable for the white employees that they’d quit and the hoodrats could see them replaced with their friends.

    Ugly Negroes.

    • Agree: CENTURION
  11. Sorry gang, with every (same old) story I can’t come up with creative legal solutions other than building massive hard labor gulags with no parole and/or fast-track courts dealing only in assaults and homicides.

  12. D-FENS says:

    Any indication that hate crime charges were included in the indictment or do they only apply to whites?

  13. @Bob Smith of Suburbia

    I would only add, “Topped with concertina and machine-gun nests.”

    • Agree: Mr. Rational
  14. @Former liberal

    Spent the first 37, of my 52 years, in rural Williamson County (directly south of Nashville-Davidson County). Saw the Klan, on horseback, in the Franklin town square, soliciting donations.
    Cousin Minnie Pearl (Sarah Cannon) once described Nashville as a “melting pot” where poor and rich, black and white, co-mingled without much conflict. I don’t know what has changed.
    I suspect that it involves neo-carpetbaggers from the accursed North who finally came to recognize the utter beauty and civility to be found in the South.
    Just my 2 cents.

    • Replies: @ShermanFan

    I’m from Minnesota, and you should try saying that to my face. The metro area is where the problems are, the farm country to the south and the trees and lakes north country are solidly conservative and you’d take a ass whipping talking like that to us

    • Replies: @AnalogMan
    , @Augustus
  16. By-tor says:

    The Federal Gov’t has targeted these white majority cities for forcibly inserting Afros, Arabs and Lats. I first read about it during the Bush II regime years after Bush II announced the ‘Faith-Based Initiative’ which handed out gobs of federal money to the race-traitor Lutherans to resettle 17th Century mindset Afro Bantus in Iowa and other midwest states. The real enemy is and always has been in Washington, DC.

    And the US-run UN is also part of the game:

    • Agree: Archie Bunker
    • Replies: @ShermanFan
  17. As usual, no hate crime charges. What constitutes a hate crime for these primitive savages??? For the life of me I cannot remember a sole incident and I read a lot! Clown and double standard world we live in.

  18. @Feedsackroad

    Not sure where that area/town is, but every story as you scroll down the link is just mugshots of groids and the crimes they committed. When that’s the majority of your local news channel’s stories, it’s time to cut your losses and move. There’s at least 5 posts worth of stories for this site alone on there.

    “Good grief…” ~ Charlie Brown

  19. @Non PC Infidel

    I have worked in a similar situation, our company gets lots of federal/state/govt funded jobs. In order to even get to bid those jobs, the company has to hit certain diversity quotas. Is it run by a woman, minority, or veteran (the least acknowledged), how many blacks, whites, women, Asians, veterans, does the company employee, and so on. Those giant contracts are never determined by who is the most competent, or can complete the work for the best price (your tax dollars spent). Some minority contractor will bid and be granted a $20mill contract, then either try to fulfill the contract, or spend the money like they just won the lottery, and blow it, at which point the government will just put out a bid package looking for more companies to take over the work the previous one either screwed up or didn’t do in the first place.

    I see it happen all the time and it’s infuriating.

  20. Sounds like Christian terrorism to me…not a Muslim name at all…..a Christian name……


    still bad

  21. AnalogMan says:
    @Archie Bunker

    You still here threatening people (ungrammatically) you’ll never see? Do you have any idea how silly you look?

    • Replies: @Archie Bunker
  22. @Sick 'n Tired

    It’s why I moved 7 years ago. Local news overrun with black crime reports followed immediately by suggestions to come downtown for some lame activity or festival. Mind that I moved from Roseville Michigan just north of Detroit.

  23. Loren says:

    How does the state vote?
    Lutheran importers?

    your ‘keyboard tuff guy’ routine fails to impress.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  24. Augustus says:
    @Archie Bunker

    It’s part of blaming the victim, Arch. That’s something done far too frequently here. The people of Minnesota are not to blame for the policies of the federal government. It’s the federal government that is dumping ignorant, 3rd world trash on Minnesota, just the sort of thing Obama’s minions would enjoy doing to YT.

    • Replies: @CENTURION
    , @Archie Bunker
  25. @Sick 'n Tired

    Doesn’t surprise me in the least!

  26. @Sick 'n Tired

    I’m starting to have to deal with that more and more, where I work. We’ve been getting an influx of them. For the most part, they’re loud, tend to congregate out in the halls and carry on personal conversations, walk wherever they want down the hallway, practically aiming at you if you’re White, and expect you to get out of their way, etc. In some of the jobs they’ve taken over, productivity has gone down, you have to repeat to them multiple times how to do their job right and they STILL don’t get it, etc.

    Now, the way I was brought up, you walk to the right, don’t go barreling around a blind corner, don’t just throw a door open because you don’t know if someone’s on the other side, don’t just blindly run out of an office into the hall, etc. But at the same time, I refuse to get out of these people’s way when they do these things. So, what I’ll do is just stop dead in my tracks, right where I’m at. Sometimes you can actually see it in their faces, the little wheels trying to turn as they process what’s going on, and I think they actually get confused as to why I’m not getting out of “their” way. Every once in awhile, they’ll run right into me, as if their brain just wasn’t able to process my presence. I’ll usually get a half-hearted, almost annoyed “excuse me” when they do that.

    Once, as I was leaving the restroom, I saw this fat sow in the hall shuffling toward me. She actually made eye contact with me and sped up. I was polite and waited for her to pass. And, once she did, naturally, she slowed back down, and decided to walk out in the middle of the hall, so I couldn’t get around her. I swear, the petty things these people do to annoy Whitey. Productivity and morale has definitely gone downhill since we started loading up on these shufflers.

  27. CENTURION says: • Website

    The people of Minnesota ARE TO BLAME.

    They don’t speak out….they are cowards….

    Do these fine people of Minnesota read all this here? Do they post and fight and comment?


  28. @AnalogMan

    You have any idea how little I care what you think? When you generalize a whole states population over something the government did, that would make you the silly one

    • Replies: @Raccoon
  29. Raccoon says:
    @Archie Bunker

    OK, guys, probably time to stop fighting – we are, after all, on the same side.

    I feel for MN – not only was the Federal Government against you, it was aided and abetted by a multi-faith Christian bloc, who made out like bandits from federal grants for settling refugees.

    Add in a dash of inner-city SJW types, hippies and libertarians, plus the usual dumb Democrat voter (especially the dead voters, and the illegal voters) and you have a recipe for disaster.

    ALL of you are completely correct!

    • Replies: @Mr. Rational
  30. @Non PC Infidel

    Good observation and comment.

  31. @Raccoon

    ALL of you are completely correct!

    The fable of the blind men feeling parts of an elephant comes to mind.  The blind man feeling the elephant’s trunk declares that it is like a snake.  The blind man feeling the elephant’s leg declares it is like a tree.  The blind man feeling the elephant’s tail declares it is like a rope.

    We all need to open our eyes and get the big picture.

    • Agree: By-tor
  32. @Former liberal


    We lived in the south for a spell, as they say, in and around the ATL.

    Are there real men left? Sure. But most are scared and filled with bravado. Blacks especially.

    I’m from, well adopted home, one of those red states where in the red states there are ultra-red areas where the red state senator calls the people coocoo birds, after they censure his RINO war-hero @$$. But I digress…

    Carrying is a way of life. Not old west Cowboy style, old west SURVIVAL style.

    Enter the ATL, and sometimes UGA, go dawgs, where the groid will threaten you, but if you stand up to them and have the means and will to back it up, they run like scarred monkeys.

    I knew our pastor and I carried at church, every Sunday. 13+1, 3 spare 13s. Why? So I never needed them.

  33. @The Bland Enchilada

    I suspect that it involves neo-carpetbaggers from the accursed North who finally came to recognize the utter beauty and civility to be found in the South.
    Just my 2 cents.

    This is by no means an insult to you, or anyone else individually, but this is in fact the opposite of my experience.
    Yes, folks from the North East can be a problem, but MY experiences in the South, ATL and surrounding, were overwhelmingly negative, unwelcoming, distrustful, and duplicitous.

    Often times I wondered which was worse the groid, those from South Carolina seemed to struggle for the 85 mean, or the die-hard anti-Yankee southerner who saw a WASP conservative family from a Red State as a threat to the southern way of life?

    This was one of my life’s greatest disappointments. It became so untenable that we moved back west. A few more of us and Stacy Abrams becomes Governor.

    • Replies: @Non PC Infidel
  34. @By-tor

    Iowa and Minnesota, both targeted, but look, the bigger push is meat packing, farming, and related industries.

    Back on the old site I posted about the Muslims and meat packing. They really are so dumb, simply unable to learn, that meat packing is the pinnacle of achievement. Now, that’s not to denigrate meat packing, it used to be one of many ways a man could support his family. In that, regardless of the profession, there was great pride. But the companies could pay migrants less, for mind numbingly boring work. Perfect for a Somali who all he needs to focus on is not cutting of his own fingers. (Morons do it all the time)
    In the ag world, it is Hispanics. See Ag Work is more physically difficult and requires more intelligence, Blacks have lousy work ethic so they don’t do well on farms. Hispanics generally have a much better ethic, but again work for less.

    Who’s pushing this? Well, that illegal that killed Mollie Tibbets in Iowa? Yeah, he was hired by and worked on a farm of a prominent local republican.

    We must teach work ethic, or our great grand children will deal with the aftermath as we deal with the aftermath of not sending them all to Liberia.

  35. @ShermanFan

    Unfortunately, even though I’m from the South originally and live in the South now, I know exactly what you’re talking about. The so-called civility of the South is something that tourists and visitors will see but all that changes dramatically when they move to the South in the mistaken belief that it’s hyper friendly and welcoming. Suddenly, all that superficial friendliness turns to hostility and rejection in many cases.

    When I moved back to the South after being away for many years, getting a job was nigh impossible. Usually when I put in an application and the hiring party looked at it and they saw all the foreign entries, their faces would turn to stone. Three incidents (among literally dozens of similar incidents) stand out. One, I’d called and spoken to the person doing the hiring, told them my experience/skills and they gushed that I’d be perfect for their company. When I went in and they saw the entries on my application, that suddenly turned into, “Uhh….well…..uh….you don’t know our paperwork!” and I was pretty much verbally thrown out the door as they looked at me with utter contempt and disgust. The second incident, the person who took my application looked at it and furiously shrieked at me, “YOU AIN’T FROM AROUND HERE!” and angrily and forcefully threw the application in my face- literally! In the third incident, the person showed my application to others who were standing there and sneered, “Can you imagine hiring him?!?” They all then looked at me with contempt and started laughing. The application was shoved back across a counter at me as if it were covered in filth and needed to be removed and disposed of. Believe me, in all these situations, it took extreme self-control not to grab these people by the back of their heads and to slam their heads face first into their desks.

    To even get a job, I had to go to an agency that had a high fee. Even then, the lady in charge told me I had three strikes against me- I wasn’t from around here, I had no relatives in the area and my hair (at the time) was too long. She said it would be 3X times as hard for me to get a job as anyone else. I finally did get that first job and it was horrible as the ostracism was off the charts. One lady was friendly though and during one of our conversations, she let it be known (in front of others) that she’d lived in other non Southern states. Big mistake! They snottily started telling her she “weren’t frum around here no more!” and began ostracizing and treating her so badly that she burst into tears. As for myself, I was often told, “You ain’t from around here. Why did you come here? Nobody asked you to come here and nobody wants you here!” I got so sick of them I quit the job as soon as I’d earned the fee back that I’d paid the agency.

    My older brother joined the army at 18 and left the South and spent 9 years in Germany. When he returned to our HOMETOWN, he experienced the same sort of thing and it was so bad that he and his wife wound up in government subsidized housing due to lack of income for a couple of years.

    Ok, so what’s the bottom line? If you’re a tourist or a visitor, you’re seen as someone who’s bringing money into the area. Ditto if you move a company here and provide jobs. Retirees are viewed as no threat. However, if you’re just a regular person, many Southerners will be offended by your presence as you’re “taking something away from the locals!” when you seek out or have a job and they’ll do everything they can to ostracize you, make life hell and drive you out.

    Another thing I experienced was in the neighborhood where I’d purchased a home. Most (not all) of the neighbors wouldn’t even talk to me after finding out I’d moved here from California even though I’d only lived there for 7 years. Being originally from the South meant nothing as I’d moved away and that was seen as somehow a traitorous act as, if by doing so, I’d said the South wasn’t good enough. If they came outside while I was outside, they’d make a great show of sticking their noses up in the air and snubbing me and the look on their faces was always an expression of contempt and disgust at the sight of me. They’d very pointedly turn away and refuse to even look in my direction. This only changed over the years as people moved away, new people moved into the area and much the older crowd died out.

    My family has been in the South since the early 1700’s but you know what? My telling the truth here would get me labeled by many Southerners as a “turncoat and a traitor.” Or a liar. Or all three. I’m not supposed to say anything and if I do, it has to be all rainbows and unicorns….or else.

    • Replies: @Annie Oakley
    , @ShermanFan
  36. @Non PC Infidel

    I’ve lived in the South almost 9 years. It’s a very lonely existence. It’s nearly impossible to make friends here. When I first moved here from mudville California, I was so excited to live in a white town with mostly white folks. But these are not good white folks. They are negro loving, football obsessed, BBQ eating (and the BBQ around here is lame) kwans.

    My spouse and I have met one man who is elderly and disabled. He’s from somewhere else. When he first moved here no one would tell him jack, even though it took nothing from them. He spent many years figuring things out and where things were.

    Living here is like living in the Twilight Zone. No one will talk to you. Unless they’re paid to, like retail clerks, etc. One retail clerk and I used to talk all the time in the store. Now I realize she was just being nice because she had to. I saw her at another store a few months later and walked up to say hi. She looked at me as if had two heads, mumbled hi under her breath and walked away. Never said one word to her again when I was in the store after that. Phony southern trash.

    Southern hospitality is a myth. That died with the civil war.

    I’ve placed a bid on two places. Awaiting an acceptance or rejectment. As soon as the offer is complete, my house is going on the market here. I will leave with no forwarding address and will say goodbye to no one.

    This is why these smaller white areas are losing people, tax revenue and business. Their stupid shitty attitude. Oprah (whom I’m despise) might be right. Maybe once some of these older kwan whites die off, younger whites from the city can move back here and have a decent life.

    So our kids face a weird dilemma, stay in the cities, make a good living, but pay high taxes and are subjected to feral negroes, OR move to small towns, get shit jobs, work every weekend and holiday, and have their kids shunned at school or be maligned at work like you did.

    • Replies: @ShermanFan
  37. @Duke84

    If there’s a mass shooting with few or any fatalities you can be almost certain the perp is black.

    Yep. Because it’s usually a dumb Nog, holding his pistol sideways, firing into a large crowd outside a nightclub, squeezing his crotch with his offhand and shouting “WAZZUP!” with each pull of the trigger…

  38. Anonymous[381] • Disclaimer says:

    They vote mostly Republican, like most of the Southern states. And they get the same exact policy on mass-scale immigration that the Dems deliver. Southerners get it since it lines the pockets of the McMansion crowd. People across the South, West and the MidWest tried to vote against mass immigration in the 2016 presidential election.

    All of the red staters thought something could get done from the federal level, as opposed to the cronyist local level across the South, a part of the country that loved chattel slavery and that continues to love welfare-aided near slavery.

    Especially with someone so bellicose about the issue at the helm, even cross-over voters in mostly Democratic states thought that something could get done. It can’t. The country is too corrupted by ensuring entrenched money for the top 20% of DNA Dynasties. Our rich leaders are doing it for their babies, the mommmies & babies at the Southern border and bigger cathedral-ceiling mansions with cheap under-aged roofers.

  39. @Annie Oakley

    @Annie and Non-PC

    Exactly what I experienced.

    I heard so many times “you’re not from here” and “don’t mess with southern boys.”

    I wish we had never moved there, but we got out, so I’m grateful for that.

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