“Lest we fool ourselves into thinking our kids are oblivious, we need to know that our kids
have seen the videos. They’ve seen the ugliness that is being carried out in our country today. They hear the insults and the veiled threats and the disparaging way our soon-to-be leaders are speaking about each other and about other people.
Let’s make sure we tell them, “This is not okay. This is not who we are called to be. This is not normal. This is wrong.”
I’m sure by this point you’ve seen the video. The one of the young African-American woman being removed from a presidential campaign rally in Louisville, being pushed and prodded by numerous campaign supporters while others pummel her with insults or capture the whole incident on their phone. Not one person, not one, steps in and says, “Hey now, this is a human being. Show a little respect for the human race.” Not one defends. Not one speaks out. Not one.
And I’ve refrained from posting anything about this here because I didn’t want this blog to be political. I’ve kept this place free from politics and campaigns and opinion on government and court decisions and I was determined to do so, until today.
Because today, I realized, THIS IS NOT POLITICAL.
It’s not about politics. It’s about humanity.
As I watched that girl get pushed and shoved all I could think was…
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