Can We PLEASE Start Judging People?

Posted November 26th, 2016 by Iron Mike

Anybody with half a brain could take one quick look at young Johnthony Walker and make a reasonable snap judgment that he was unfit to drive a school bus full of little kids. johnthony-walker
But they let him,  – and now six of those kids are DEAD!


Johnthony wasn’t hired by the Chattanooga School System,  – he was hired by Durham School Services,  – which operates school buses in 32 states.  They’re looking at one hell of a lawsuit.  As usual,  only the lawyers will profit.


These six dead children would have enjoyed Thanksgiving with their families,  – if BOTH Durham and the School District hadn’t been playing the ‘politically correct’ game.

The kids had been complaining to their parrents that the driver went too fast.  Why weren’t they believed?

Back on September 20th,  Johnthony had an accident with his bus.  He veered out of his lane and sideswiped an oncoming car. 

Damage to both vehicles was minor,  but THAT was the time to fire him,  – or at least look deeper.

Did being BLACK and having dreadlocks sufficiently intimidate Durham managers to the point that they ignored his reckless driving?

PEOPLE!    Whether you personally believe in Divine Creation or Natural Evolution,  – or a combination of both,  – we arrive in the 21st Century with a brain, eyeballs, and common sense.

We’re supposed to have certain survival instincts, – and be able to recognize DANGER!

If Johnthony came to your door, – would you instinctively invite him in,  – or instinctively pat your pistol and keep the door secure?  Be honest….

The saddest part of this is that as often happens, – the victims of a criminally irresponsible Black man – are other Blacks.  The dead children are Black.


Several children are reported to have told their parents and police that Johnthony yelled out “Are y’all ready to die?” just before the crash.

As he is now charged with six counts of vehicular homicide….that won’t sit well with the jury.  And then will come the civil lawsuits…..

In all of Chattanooga – with 177,000 people, – Durham Services couldn’t find one single person who was both more presentable and more responsible than the freak show they put behind the wheel?


Or do we chalk these six young dead bodies up to Obama and his JustUS Department of Black Entitlement,  – and 8 years of being afraid to use common sense and say… “No, – not you!”

UPDATE:  Thurs 1 March 2018   GUILTY!   The jury found Walker guilty on 6 counts of criminally negligent homicide, which is less severe than vehicular homicide, for which he initially was charged.

He was also convicted of 11 counts of reckless aggravated assault, 7 counts of assault, reckless endangerment, reckless driving and the use of a portable device by a school bus driver. 

4 Responses to “Can We PLEASE Start Judging People?”

  1. GreenBeretLTC

    Johnthony….? Really….? We’ll, I guess parents can name their kids anything they want. Heck, a NJ couple named their kids Adolf Hitler and Aryan Nation. But then, they haven’t had those kids for years, now. And pretty soon, ole Johnthony’s parents won’t have him either (for at least 20 to life times six…., so far….) as another scumbag is removed from polluting the human gene pool.

  2. Panther 6

    While I have learned over 76 years and 24 years of soldiering not to judge a book by its cover – normally – there are times when the cover deserves closer examination. This is one of those moments and I am willing to bet that Johnthony’s hiring and continuation in the job was based on this race and political correctness. If the kids die complain about reckless driving and no one listened or intervened then the situation is even more intolerable. The lad is going away for a long stretch me thinks.

  3. Mt Woman

    In this day and age of onboard computers and GPS monitoring, wouldn’t you think that there would be some type of passive real-time monitoring of vehicle speed, swerving and turning maneuvering etc that could be routinely assessed of all drivers. The black box may hold secrets of what he uttered before he crashed the bus, but is serves no good after the fact of a horrible deadly accident. This guy meant to kill.

  4. Mark

    I don’t see how the guy looks like a bad bus driver. Looks a lot like my childhood bus driver who was great.

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