The creator of famous novel “To Kill a Mockingbird” has died at the age of 89.
Let us not forget what this book was about: the serious problem with false rape accusations, and why we should always be talking about that no matter what. Any time someone brings up how rape is a problem, we must interject and say “yeah, but false rape accusations are also a problem, so, yeah, let’s talk about that”.
I was discussing this with a friend of mine whom waits for Black Lives Matter protests to rally so that he can go out and say “yeah, but so do the rest of the lives, so, yeah” as we hung up his Confederate Flag, and he also read To Kill a Mockingbird, and while he tends to hate that book for a reason he’s afraid to express, he did say that my assertion does make him reconsider the classic novel.
This is why whenever someone brings up the racist history of the criminal justice system, I just interject and say “yeah, and don’t forget about all of those false rape accusations, specifically, so yeah”.
Repdill Doodbro knows what it’s like to be the sad man, to be the mad man, behind black text.