So over the weekend we had this video of a child explaining how he was bullied at school:
Meet Keaton Jones a very smart little boy who is being bullied at school. This video is heartbreaking!! I want to bring Keaton to Vegas and hang out at UFC Headquarters. If anyone knows how i can reach the family please let me know. Thank u everyone pic.twitter.com/BR8c4ldDFc
— Dana White (@danawhite) December 10, 2017
Sad and horrible isn’t it? I thought so when I watched it. I was angry and pissed at how horrible kids can be to each other. I am so fortunate to not have been bullied and I can see the pain in this child’s voice, it makes me sick.
However, then word came out that his mother was a racist for her public posts on Facebook. This picture flooded the internet:
Outside of the unintelligible language I don’t see anything racist here unless things like “never picked a switch” is some kind of southern code for knocking people of color – I honestly don’t know. Keep in mind, the Confederate flag is not racist nor is standing for the American flag – regardless of what the left loons say. It may be offensive to some people but I actually know many southerners who are not racist that simply love the Confederate flag. I am a northerner and I could care less about the Confederate flag or how people perceive it – but that’s not my argument here.
The real problem is, after Kimberly Jones was called a racist by many on social media she decided to hide all of her posts on Facebook and Twitter. If she had nothing to hide then why hide it? This only leaves me to believe she is a racist… sorry.
Unfortunately Keaton will pay for his mothers actions and it may actually make the bullying worse. Otherwise, Kimberly, do yourself a favor and unhide your social posts and prove you are not a racist.
So many people of color came to Keaton’s defense and the only thing we can hope is this is a huge lesson for Keaton and his mother and maybe it helps convince everyone that racism is just horrible and needs to die. If Kimberly Jones reads this post I would really love to hear your side of the story.