Reporter Says 'Black Culture' Is Reason For Teen's Arrest At SC School
A political pundit ignited a furious argument when she claimed the Black Lives Matter movement was responsible for a police officer manhandling a student in South Carolina.
Houston's FOX 26 featured Quanell X, a black activist, and Angela Box, a white Republican political consultant, on its November 3 session of "FOX Faceoff."
The two argued about whether or not it was right to fire Deputy Ben Fields for violently arresting a female high school student because she refused to get up from her seat last month.
According to Raw Story, Box is a former teacher who resigned after publicly expressing a desire for President Obama to contract Ebola and die.
She believed Fields was simply "doing his job" by throwing the teenage girl across the floor and, therefore, should not have been fired.
The student, Box said, was "no innocent little lamb" and was "making life hell for the teachers and the other students" by disrupting the class.
It's high time we start addressing the root cause of all this. The disrespect of teachers, this Black Lives Matter movement, this perpetual chip on your shoulder against everybody that's not like yourself. It's got to stop. We've got to address the culture.
Quanell X somehow managed to keep his composure and politely suggest indicting the deputy.
Ms. Box, nobody supports a disruptive student in a classroom because it stops other kids from learning. But what I do have a problem with is, men should never... handle a woman like the way that cop handled that little girl, to turn that desk over the way he did, grab her around her neck, then grabbed that child and threw her across the room, that is unbecoming of a man with decent character and conduct... Now, for you to say that we need to deal with the culture of black kids in schools. Let's deal with the culture of these crazy fanatic white boys who go in schools with guns and shoot and kill everybody.
The activist then listed several white mass murderers who targeted schools, but Box still reiterated her argument.
Address the black culture, the perpetual chip on your shoulder, blame whitey!
The video ends shortly after Quanell X tells Box another problem with inner-city schools is the "wolves in sheep's clothing" the schools hire as teachers.