Background: 28-year-old Michael Renard Grace Jr. and two accomplices entered a Pizza Hut in Charlotte, NC, with the purpose of robbing the establishment. Grace was armed. An employee in the restaurant saw Grace and his accomplices robbing the store and fired on Grace, killing him. The accomplices fled the scene.
Just another day in the life, right? Oh no. The black matriarch who raised Michael Renard Grace Jr. to rob fast food restaurants has to get her two cents in. This is a special treat for me, getting to intersect the Black Matriarchy with the corrective nature of the 2nd Amendment. I’m positively giddy.
“What is the policy of employees having guns on the premises?”
“Was he a security guard?”
“Was he back there cooking dough?”
“Was he back there throwing pizzas in the oven?”
“What was his position?”
“Why did he have a gun on the premises?”
Have you noticed that black females are very good at trying to sound smarter than they actually are? But these questions she’s asking just show where her little brain is headed: A wrongful death lawsuit. She couldn’t profit from her son’s life, because his life wasn’t worth anything, so she’ll be happy to profit from his death, or try to anyway.
Black matriarchs are very good at raising sons to not be shit, and then when the son meets his natural and rightful conclusion, she’s right there with her hand out, demanding to be compensated.
A couple of other examples of black women cashing in on raising ain’t shit black men:
Cleta A. Jennings
“It was an act of desperation, but I do not believe he [Michael] would have hurt anyone.”
I want to respond to this and to the “why did he have a gun on the premises?” statement in one part. The man probably had a gun because he knows where he works, a Pizza Hut, is one of those places that tends to get robbed by men raised by idiots like Temia Hairston.
But this idiot whore is so morally short-sighted, that she expects this employee to put his life in the hands of her son, to leave his continued existence at his mercy, and whether or not he decides to let his victim live.
How about no?
That’s why he had a gun on the premises of the Pizza Hut, and why everyone should carry, concealed or open: Just in case you run across another Michael Renard Grace Jr. and he’s down on his luck, but rather than get a job, he decides he’s going to stick a gun in the face of somebody who’s barely better off than he is.
But this is the mentality that these black females have and it’s the mentality they transmit to their criminal sons; when things are going wrong in their own lives, they suddenly gain the inherent right to make things go wrong on everybody else’s life. When mama’s not happy because she had a bad day at work and comes home, and you try to show mama the picture you drew, and she slaps you across the face, that’s okay, because mama just upset because she had a bad day, therefore, her act of violence is justifiable. When mama’s son is short some money and runs into your place of business armed looking for cash, putting your life at risk, that’s okay because it was just an “act of desperation” which magically gives him the right to threaten your safety, your money, and your life.
Makes perfect sense, doesn’t it?
“This wasn’t a body shot. This was a head shot. A head shot is personal.”
“My son would have been facing jail time, instead of laying on a slab with a bullet hole in his head.”
Ms. Hairston, a slab is the proper place for your son, as it is for all robbers. If the law were truly just, the Pizza Hut employee, who not only protected himself, but protected all of your son’s future victims, would be able to file a lawsuit against you to collect the cost of the ammunition used to impose the moral discipline on your son that you were unwilling and unable to teach him while he was alive.
P.S. Did you notice that the man sitting next to her is quieter than a church mouse?