American Culture And Values Are On The Decline, And These Three Videos Prove It …

April 10, 2015

Submitted by:  Veronica Coffin


Today I want to share three videos that I believe do a thorough job showcasing the decline of American culture and values occurring around us.

The first video comes to us from Grand Rapids, Michigan, where 19-year-old Jalin Smith-Walker got into a fist fight with an unidentified woman and then proceeded to run over said woman with her car:

H/T The Gateway Pundit

It turns out that Smith-Walker has a penchant for running people over. Back in December, for instance, she dragged a mall security guard several feet with her car after he tried to apprehend her for shoplifting.

Today’s second video comes to us from San Francisco, where a team of three women followed a 55-year-old lady off the bus and then proceeded to assault her, all because she had asked them to please be quiet:

H/T Mad World News

Note that the three women appear to be of various races and ethnicities, which just goes to show that low-class trash comes in a myriad of delightful flavors, including pink, blue and green!

Our last video comes to us from Lake Charles, Louisiana, where a Burger King employee lost her temper on a customer who simply wanted a refund:

H/T Conservative Tribune

I chose to share these videos today to highlight what the hell is happening in America, where traditional values and morality are slowly but surely being usurped by this new ghetto/gangsta “no you didn’t” mindset.

We see it everywhere, folks. On YouTube, on reality television and definitely on the streets …

Twenty years ago, rapper Coolio released an incredible song, “Gangsta’s Paradise,” that painted a unnerving vision of the type of life that participation in ghetto/gangsta culture creates.

Back then, young Americas like me looked upon his video with fear and horror.

Given the culture that now exists in America, and given the type of sinister man who leads us, I worry that many contemporary young Americans wouldn’t look at his video with fear and disgust, but rather with glee and delight …

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