Brian Papin is a Georgia special education teacher in the DeKalb County School District.
He is being investigated for a comment he made on a viral photo July 22, 2020, where a "Black Lives Matter" advocate has his knee on the neck of a crying white baby.
In the facebook image of Brian Papin, the first thing I noticed is the CROSS around his neck. How can a professed Christian advocate killing any child, regardless of race?
In the photo, a man from Ohio, named Isaiah Jackson is seen kneeling on the neck of his girlfriend’s two year old son as another person holds down the diaper-clad baby’s feet.
The photo was captioned with “Blm now mf.”
In the facebook comment, Mr. Papin was giving instruction on how to kill the baby. He said to get "One knee on center of the back one on the neck and lean into it until death."
Papin’s comment read “Again! You’re doing it wrong! One knee on center of the back one on the neck and lean into it until death! You saw the video! Get it right or stop F*****G around.”
While there is a lot of outrage at this teacher giving instructions on how to kill white babies, I would like to know who is looking out for the child in the photo.
If the mother of that child wants to hang around and date the type of trash that would put an innocent child on the floor with his hands behind his back and do something like this to her son, that is her choice, but someone, either her parents, the child's father or grandparents, child welfare or someone else that really cares about protecting children needs to be investigating and making sure this child will be taken out of that environment and placed somewhere where he will be taken care of.
Even though this child is only 2 years old, this image and the possibility of a distorted future and will have a long term effect on this child.
As a society, we need to step up and protect our children from the deranged individuals in this country today that don't seem to care about anyone or anything except themselves, free money and raising hell.
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