Michael Brown Parents' Bad Influence Plays Out on the National Stage

As bad as Sybrina Fulton's neglect and financial exploitation of little angel Trayvon Martin was, Lesley McSpadden's profanity-laced rant after the grand jury decided not to indict Officer Wilson makes Fulton look like Mother of the Year.

Take a listen to Mama McSpadden and Michael Brown's convicted felon stepdad, Louis Head.  Yes, the same pair, along with twenty others who allegedly tried to crack a few skulls after they caught granny and a cousin selling Michael Brown merchandise in Ferguson a month ago.  Both could be charged with felony assault for that little temper tantrum.

McSpadden and Head are two peas living in one messed up pod.  Imagine little Michael trying to grow up with a mom who's got a foul mouth and likes to hang with felons.  Head was recently paroled on federal firearms charges related to the manufacture, sale, and distribution of narcotics.  Head's also a former Bloods gang leader out of St. Louis.

Michael Brown, Sr. is somebody else who's culpable.  The dead 18-year-old's real father moved on to another baby mama after McSpadden.  What kind of values did he instill in a guy who walked into a convenience store, took what he wanted, and proceeded to rough up an innocent clerk?

But he's innocent, just like McSpadden and Head.  Right?  They're not responsible for their expletive-spewing mouths, gang activities, domestic violence skirmishes, and sexual promiscuity.  It’s the cops, of course.

How lucky for us that Obama, Holder, Sharpton and their media goons at CNN(check out Van Jones and Don Lemon) love to exploit their own people on the national stage.  Otherwise, we wouldn't see McSpadden and Head emulate what they consider appropriate, peaceful behavior.  Two days before his “burn this b**** down" call for violence, Head penned a letter to the protesters asking for calm.  Too bad it didn’t pan out.  Now the rest of the country can see why Michael Brown didn’t have much impulse control or regard for the rule of law.

These poor excuses for parents are as much to blame for Michael's death as Michael himself, so why isn't the media blaming them instead of the cops?  Maybe we’ll all worry about police accountability when issues of accountability are resolved with respect to the sperm donors and baby mamas raising or not raising these scourges of society.

Holding these two accountable won’t be easy.  After the McSpadden-Head video went viral, McSpadden's lawyer, Benjamin Crump, tried to quell the criticism.  Crump suggested that McSpadden and Head were overcome with “raw emotion.”

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