Raven Symone Speaks Up About The Spring Valley High Incident; The Vulgar Response on Twitter is Shocking

The View’s Raven Symone has been a hot topic of conversation lately, and her opinion on the Spring Valley High School incident involving a ‘white’ officer and a ‘black’ female student is once again causing Twitter to come off its hinges.

A video of Officer Ben Fields was put up on YouTube which showed him grabbing a female high school student, throwing her to the floor, and dragging her out of her chair. The student had been instructed by a teacher to leave the classroom, then by an administrator when she would not comply. After she still failed to adhere to authority, thereby disrupting the learning environment for everyone else, the campus police was called.

Raven simply stated that the girl was being disobedient. While calling the officer’s force “ridiculous,” she added that the student should follow the rules.

Cue the Twitter Keyboard Warriors:

Isn’t it unbelievable some of the tweets you just read. People wishing she would get beaten, be bleached white and the relentless racist name calling with terms like ‘coon’ and ‘Uncle Tom’. No wonder we have a race issue in this country with people like this.

Not everyone was attacking her though. Thankfully, I was able to find a couple of favorable tweets towards her.

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Kristina Hall
Kristina Hall
Kris is a wife, mother and grandmother. After 12 years in the car industry, she decided to leave in 2010 in order to dive into the world of politics. Kris was not, however, interested in politics as usual. She wanted to help make a change and right the wrongs that have been done to our great Republic. She is a defender of the Constitution and wants to do her part in saving the country for future generations. Working for one of the top conservative groups in the country, Kris served in an instrumental role in all the major events that were planned. Her diversity of skills led her to jobs ranging from database management and content creation to company administration and managing merchandise as well as any other hole that needed to be plugged.

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