Liberals Are Now Attacking Keaton Jones’ Family — Because, of Course, They Would
After Keaton Jones’ tearful plea for people to stop bullying went viral, celebrities, athletes, and Americans from all walks of life rallied behind him. It was a touching moment of unity in an increasingly polarized and divided nation.
This is Keaton Jones, he lives in Knoxville and he has a little something to say about bullying.pic.twitter.com/coyQxFp33V
— Everything TN (@Everything_TN) December 9, 2017
Naturally, social justice warriors look for drama and things to complain about even during times of mass kindness. The Root, an online outlet that pretty heavily focuses on content about how evil white people are, unsurprisingly came charging out the gates claiming that the young boy’s family is racist and deserves no support.
“Before you parade your child on social media, sobbing about being bullied, and then have celebrities rally behind you, you might want to clean up your own racist social media posts. That’s exactly what Keaton Jones’ mother, Kimberly Jones, didn’t do—and now her past Facebook posts are coming back to bite her in her racist ass,” the website’s bitter and petulant Deputy Managing Editor Yesha Callahan wrote.
The reason for attacking the child’s mother? She had photos with a Confederate Flag on her Facebook page and did not support the take a knee protests. In a Facebook post, she had described those who are refusing to stand for the flag as “butthurt Americans.”
How dare she not have political beliefs in line with the Democrats.
Callahan went on to write that “his mother is using his pain for her own interests, but it’s ironic that she’s willing to accept money from black athletes and other celebrities that she would probably consider ‘butt hurt Americans.’”
So I got the chance to spend the day with my new best bud Keaton. It was unbelievable to get to know him and realize that we have a lot in common. This dude is very special and has changed my life forever. Now I have the little brother I always wanted! God bless you my man pic.twitter.com/vMHVtnf2rC
— Jarrett Guarantano✞ (@BroadwayJay2) December 11, 2017
Perhaps Callahan should go listen to little Keaton’s message one more time and do some self reflection.
“Just out of curiosity, why do they bully? What’s the point of it?” he asks his mother in the video. “Why do you find joy in taking innocent people and finding a way to be mean to them? It’s not okay.”