Ostensibly a "parent" is a grownup, who is capable of making of logical decisions.
In the case of four-year-old Savannah Walker, her life was always in the hands of her mother Heidi.
|Savannah Walker's (left) was a beautiful four-year-old white girl. Her mother was dating a convicted child abuser who was out on parole. Both are now dead.|
And Heidi failed Savannah, by deciding to date a recently paroled black male with a history of violence against children. [Amber alert issued for 4-year-old girl missing from Detroit, Michigan Live, 2-20-16]:
State authorities have issued an Amber alert for a missing 4-year-old girl last seen in Detroit.
Savannah Walker has been missing since Feb. 16. The listed "suspect" is Marcus Hightower, 33, according to information listed on the website of the National Center for Mission and Exploited Children.
The two are traveling in a black 2004 Ford Explorer with the license plate DFJ5377.
Savannah has blond hair and blue eyes. Hightower, a parolee, is 250 pounds and stands 5 feet 9 inches tall.
Michigan Department of Corrections records show Hightower has been to prison for assault with intent to do great bodily harm, weapons offenses and second-degree child abuse. He was paroled in September 2014.In a world where justice existed, any individual who dared harm a child who be immediately executed.
Swiftly and without remorse.
In our world, where justice has been sidelined for something called "racial justice," black criminals are paroled early to show how enlightened we are in the 21st century and to combat systemic racism.
Because of this, Marcus Hightower has now murdered his white girlfriend and her absolutely angelic daughter, Savannah.
Heidi was an adult and capable of making decisions for herself, thus, her death at the hands of a convicted black criminal should warrant no tears.
Savannah Walker's death, on the other hand, rests firmly in the hands of an evil state dedicated to uplifting black lives at the expense of white civilization. [Bodies found may be tied to missing girl, 4, and mother, Detroit Free Press, 2-20-16]:
Savannah Walker deserved far better than what her mother provided, voluntarily entering a relationship with a black male who had spent time in prison for child abuse and assault. She paid for this decision with her life, as well as for the life of her daughter Savannah.
Though America might be irredeemable, it's stories like this and the haunting picture of young Savannah that sustain me, helping to remind me something must replace this paradigm
Savannah Walker deserved to grow up in a world where she could pursue her dreams and live in a peaceful community; unfortunately, Martin Luther King's dream is the map for where ever America is headed.