Alright, class, time for the little daily lesson on racial differences and Negroid uselessness.
You see, every new parent knows that babies can be more than a handful – they can cry constantly for no apparent reason, they deprive adults of sleep for months at a time, they start out being hungry every two hours or so, and even the slightest food mistake (or no mistake at all) can lead to fun times involving colic and gas.
It’s tough, but we as Whites are usually able to move past the grueling moments to enjoy the period of a child’s life that will only occur once.
But when it comes to Blacks, things get a little complicated.
To them, there is always a chance that ordinary newborn issues like colic or gas will be interpreted as demonic possession – having a primitive brain can do that to you.
And when there’s a perceived demon, you already know what’s going to happen…
A mother is facing charges after police say she stabbed her one-week-old baby in Swissvale on Friday.
Tanishia Fielder, 32, is in jail Saturday, charged with stabbing her 8-day-old baby boy in the face.
The baby is being treated at Children’s Hospital. The child’s condition is unknown.
It happened in a second-floor apartment in the 7500 block of Melrose Street.
Fielder admitted to the crime, according to police. She said she used a kitchen knife. Police later recovered a knife under a dumpster behind the Melrose Street apartment building.
“’It was the Devil’s child.’ That just kept coming out of her mouth,” neighbor Darius Warren said. “I’m like, ‘Wow, that’s crazy.’”
Warren said he knew the mother and he couldn’t believe what happened.
“It was devastated. I never seen anything like that before, especially from her,” he said. “I never would have expected that.”
A criminal complaint said the baby sustained knife wounds near the right eye. Fielder was quoted by police saying, “I stabbed the baby. That’s the Devil’s baby.”
She explained the crime to police, saying God told her she needed to kill the baby, dismember him and throw him in the garbage because he was by the Devil.
My God, what would we ever do without such brilliant diversity in our midst?
Could we even survive without the awesome vibrancy that accompanies Blacks like typhus-carrying lice on a rabbi’s beard?