• Innocent White Teenage Girl Gets Attacked by Raging Black on Soccer Field

    March 29, 2012 3:06 pm 48 comments
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  • (chrisTwire)—Caucasian people just try and live right, enjoying life to its fullest. One of the ways we do this is through sport. People of all ages enjoy non-tribal outdoor activities, whether it be skiing, swimming, baseball, or even occasionally soccer.

    However, for a teenage girl in South Carolina, she now will think twice about who she is willing to play with.

    It seemed to come out of nowhere. In the midst of a tight South Carolina girls’ soccer match between two area rivals, a player fell after a seemingly innocuous foul. While most anticipated that she would calmly restart play, what she did instead has sparked a criminal investigation.

    Warning! the following video contains Ebola induced violence. Please make sure any women and children leave the room before clicking play:

    This video is further evidence those people need to conform or be put on a reservation.

    The offending player is High school senior Annette McCullough. The attack, which you can see above, featured tribal hair pulling, and cannibal punches being rained down on the Chester player — Carolinas CBS affiliate WBTV counted 11 different punches.
    Fittingly, McCullough was immediately sent off with a red card, escorted away from the field with the aid of an assistant referee. Shortly thereafter Chester County deputies were called to the scene and McCullough — who is 18 years old — was charged with simple assault.

    I have said it before and I will say it again, these people belong on a reservation or in prison.


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    Senator August Weisz Retired Hydroelectric Engineer. Now spend my time helping others who won’t help themselves. http://christwire.org/august-weisz-biography MA

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