attended a rally in Cleveland, Texas questioning the investigation of the 18 black men involved in the sexual assault of a Hispanic 11-year-old girl.“I did not come here to jump on an 11-year-old child. I did come to raise some serious questions.”
“If this girl did not live in that neighborhood, at 11 years of age, how was that child in that community experiencing sex with so many African-American men?
“You mean to tell me that the only men in Cleveland, Texas, that had sex with that girl are black men who are locked up in the jail?
Do you mean to tell me that there is no other race of men in Cleveland that slept with that child, that the black men are so psychologically and morally depraved, with a loss of a moral sense of shame, that they are the only ones who touched her?”
Quanell X thinks these black men were only “experiencing sex” with this girl but how is it possible that this girl only had sex with black males? In other words he is here to jump on an 11-year-old child. How is it possible this little slut didn’t have sex with any Caucasian men? This is perhaps the question he came to ask these black people who are rallying around the 18 men who are so psychologically and morally depraved.
Just so you know where Quanell X and his bow tie brigade from the New Black Panthers Party reside in their morally depraved society, please read a few of his gems of wisdom.
“I say to Jewish America: Get ready … knuckle up, put your boots on, because we’re ready and the war is going down. … The real deal is this: Black youth do not want a relationship with the Jewish community or the mainstream white community or the foot shuffling, head-bowing, knee bobbing black community. … All you Jews can go straight to hell.”
“If you feel that you just got to mug somebody because of your hurt and your pain, go to River Oaks and mug you some good white folks. If you’re angry that our brother is put to death, don’t burn down your own community, give these white folks hell from the womb to the tomb.”
- Attorney: Suspects knew rape victim was just 11 (chron.com)