It’s all about greed!

I’m angrier than a Muppet with a hand up its rear over this next story.  I become irate when I read about greedy black people, who should just keep quiet and be thankful that we brought them into this country in the first place.  Our country would be much better off if our ancestors hadn’t pulled that boner!

Anyway, big surprise: a black family has filed a lawsuit following the death of a family member.  Oh, yes, it should be mentioned that that person died in 1931.  Over a century after the fact, it seems that the family is making a greedy money grab, at least to me.  It’s been over 100 years…let it go!

Alexander McClay Williams was executed in Pennsylvania at the age of 16, making him the youngest to be put to death in the state’s history.  He was put to death for the murder of an innocent White woman.

Somehow or another, the family was able to get Williams’ record expunged after death, and a judge said that he shouldn’t have been put on trial in the first place.  Well, he was put on trial and a jury found him guilty, and that’s all that matters.  I don’t care if he did or didn’t do it; all that matters is that a jury spoke and that should have been the end of it.

Leave it to black people to cry victim and get White people to feel sorry for them.  Well, I don’t feel sorry for them.  This isn’t about clearing a guilty black boy’s name.  It’s all about money!  Why didn’t they bring a lawsuit sooner?  Why, after all this time, are they crying to the courts?

Hopefully, a civil court judge will find in Pennsylvania’s favor, and furthermore, I hope that that same judge sanctions the family heavily in the form of a steep fine designed to drive them and all future descendants into the ground financially.

Look, these people are ungrateful, just like most black people are.  They don’t realize that they owe their lives to us, the decent, White people of this country.  Instead of thanking us and moving on, people like this sue, sue, sue.  Greed, greed, greed.

The conviction was just because a jury spoke.  Why can’t we just leave it at that?  A jury’s word should be the ultimate and final say in any criminal matter.