A California teenager who rushed to help a blind classmate being beaten up by a bully has been kicked off the football team.
The high school junior was hailed as a hero for intervening after he saw the ‘visually impaired’ student being repeatedly hit round the head during lunch break at Huntington Beach High School, California on Wednesday.
Footage, filmed by a bystander, shows the teen knocking the bully to the ground with a single punch to stop the attack.
I certainly hope that everyone has gotten it out of their system that they’re free and brave and everything. Isn’t the notion a bit silly now? It’s like looking at old photos of yourself with a bad haircut or drinking out of a beer bong in college. It’s just so embarrassing.
Do you remember the days when you’d beat your chests and crow to the world how strong you were? And then it turned out that America is probably the most cowardly thing you could even draw up on paper? It’s a nation of adult diaper wearers.
The article explains that a bully was punching a blind kid in the head. So another kid levels the bully with one punch. And the school suspends the hero and kicks him off the football team because of their zero tolerance policy toward violence.
But not all violence is bad. Some violence is good. Violence used to protect others is a morally just application of violence.
The school is actively and knowingly training the children to be weak. Like I said, no child of mine would ever set foot in a public school.
I love seeing bullies beat up. And I trust that my audience does, too. That’s why I like to brag on my blog whenever I get the chance that I pulled the IRS’ pants down right here in public and ridiculed their microscopic, limp little penis, and wondered aloud if maybe that’s why can’t make it hard enough to come after a guy who has screwed that organization out of untold amounts of money over twenty years and then bitch-slapped that whore into submission.
I fucked that idiot organization right up.
I am America’s Senior Comedian. Thank you for your kind attention in this matter.