Abby says”Absent Black Fathers are the blame for mass shootings “


Abby Johnson an Anti-Abortion activist and speaker at the RNC on 8-25-20 made  prior remarks in June that has surfaced and making buzz on social media.  Abby’s  response to the  ongoing murder of black males by the fraternal order of police is another direct result on what we should already know is another prime result of the sickness and evil that  white supremacy has embedded in  the minds of the people living in this  country .

This Caucasian mother who has a son of color and her lack of knowledge as to   how statistics really  work   and the  response on her social media outlet  sympathizing  the actions  to kill black males and to empathize with the actions of thugs in uniform should not be a surprise . Abby’s putting the blame of the mass shootings ,  deaths and incarceration on the backs of absent black fathers is not disheartening at this point in time but should serve as  another Warning to African Americans  males that the HUNT IS STILLL ON AND BLACK MEN ARE THE PREY !

Keep in mind this is a so called educated proud Lettered American on the brink of acquiring a master’s degree in her field of study. The hours Mrs. Johnson has put into her field of study and her research on the statistics of the mass incarceration of black males and “ABBY “ being the  mother of a black male should serve proof that the   fire  is  blazing thicker   on race relations and it will take more than dialogue , voting for a political candidate  and marching to change the minds of a sick nation . 

Author Wallace Rushing 

Johnson opens the video obtained by Vice News by introducing herself as a “white, conservative, non-woke person,” before describing her son Jude as “the most adorable little brown boy you will ever see in your life.” Johnson and her husband, parents to eight children in total, adopted Jude upon his birth in 2015.

Johnson says that because she “looks at statistics over emotion,” she’s not upset by the fact that she’ll have to have different conversations about race and policing with Jude then she will with his white siblings.

“Statistically, there is a disproportionate number of African-American males in our prison population for crimes, particularly violent crimes. So, statistically, when a police officer sees a brown man like my Jude walking down the road, as opposed to my white nerdy kids, my white nerdy men, walking down the road … because of the statistics that these police officers know in their head, they’re going to know that, statistically, my brown son is more likely to commit a violent offense over my white sons,” Johnson says.

She then adds that acting in this discriminatory fashion would make the police officer “smart,” before acknowledging the fact that she’ll have to talk to Jude about how to “behave” and be “extra cautious,” if he gets pulled over. “But that doesn’t make me angry,” she says.

Johnson then alludes to the idea that “fatherlessness” is to blame for the disparate incarceration statistics, saying: “Fathers have not stood up and they have not taken their place in the home, particularly in Black homes.”

On social media, people responded critically to the 15 minute video that captures Johnson’s comments about her son.

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