[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]A video posted to a mother’s Facebook page on Monday, filmed during her “lunch break,” has become an instant viral hit on the internet, surpassing 1.5 million views as of Wednesday morning, breaking several stereotypes and falsehoods promulgated by the politically correct leftstream media regarding the “pool party” incident in McKinney, Texas.
Kisa Jackson blamed the parents and the kids, not the police officer, for the now famous “pool party” mayhem in McKinney, and said it was the black kids at the party, not the white kids, who were running from the police. She ultimately blamed the parents for the unrest.[/vc_column_text][banner300 banner=”5517620b381df”][vc_column_text]”Some of you might like this — some of you might not. But I think ownership of this needs to be placed where it should be, and that’s in the parents,” Jackson contended. “Do I think that the incident was excessive? Yes. But do I think it was necessary? Yes. Parents need to take ownership in what their children are doing and hold them accountable for their actions, as well as the parents should be held accountable,” she advised.
“Everyone is in an uproar they refrained the black kids and not the white kids. The white kids weren’t running, the black kids were,” she asserted. “And I’m black by the way,” she noted.
Furthermore, Kisa Jackson broke the prevailing media narrative surrounding the incident that the police officer in the video clip was out of bounds in his response to the unrest, saying that before this video (see below) the officer was threatened on three separate occasions, and that it should be celebrated that he showed restraint by not shooting anyone. She also believes that it would have been completely justified if he would have.
Jackson argued that the “little girl” that everyone is so upset about in the above video, as well as her friends were told by police three or more times to leave the area, and they refused to, but instead mouthed off to the officer.
“No one is looking on the fact that she had three or four little friends that ran up on the officer…when he grabbed her, she started pulling away,” Jackson said. “You cannot pull away from an officer,” she stated. “At that point, that’s a threat. So he had every right to detain her by any means necessary, from Malcolm X,” she exclaimed.
“These are kids, but kids kill to — let’s keep it real” she urged.[/vc_column_text][banner300 banner=”553157113d3ff”][vc_column_text]Jackson continued, explaining that the cop only pulled his weapon when another kid, who appears white in the video above, ran up towards the officer from behind “as if he was about to strike the officer.”
“At that point, the officer did pull his gun and he had every right and probable cause to pull the trigger, which he did not,” she explained.
“What is he supposed to do, [to] calm her down, hold her gently? He’s an officer. You do what an officer says,” she declared.
Professional racial grievance profiteers are attempting to conflate the McKinney pool party incident with the events in Ferguson, MO, and Baltimore, MD, in order to stir up more strife, discontent and ultimately violent riots in the Texas town.
The police officer shown in the video above, Cpl. Eric Casebolt, resigned after McKinney Police Chief Greg Conley said his actions were “indefensible.”
If Officer Casebolt did need a defense attorney, he should consider hiring Kisa Jackson.
h/t: The Blaze[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]