March 31, 2018
Sometimes, I read a headline that’s so bizarre, so representative of how pozzed America has become, that I sit back in my chair for a few moments and mutter: “Wow.”
This was one of those times.
A married lesbian couple and all six of their adopted children, including one who made national headlines when he hugged a police officer during a protest, were in an SUV that plunged 100-feet off a cliff in California in a deadly crash.
Jennifer and Sarah Hart, both 39, were killed when their 2003 GMC Sierra truck crashed off the scenic Pacific Coast Highway in Northern California onto rocks in the ocean.
The bodies of three of their children – Markis Hart, 19, Jeremiah Hart, 14, and Abigail Hart, 14 – have since been recovered by authorities.
Police believe the couple’s three other children – Hannah Hart, 16, Devonte Hart, 15 and Sierra Hart, 12 – were also in the car at the time but their bodies have not yet been found.
‘We have every indication to believe that all six children were in there,’ Mendocino County Sheriff Tom Allmon said.
Neighbors told police they saw the couple and their six adopted children leave the home in a hurry shortly after not answering the door to the child services worker.
The family’s car was spotted at the bottom of the cliff three days later.
The three children who were found dead had been thrown from the car, while the two parents were found inside the car.
Searchers scoured the coast on Wednesday searching for the three unaccounted for children.
The California Highway Patrol has not determined why the vehicle went off an ocean overlook on a rugged part of coastline. A specialized team of accident investigators is now trying to figure that out. The weather at the time was reported as clear, and drugs and alcohol were not considered factors.
Devonte made headlines in 2014 when a photo of him tearfully hugging a police officer in Portland during a Black Lives Matter rally went viral.
The boy had told neighbors that his parents would keep food from him and his siblings as punishment. The DeKalbs said he asked them to leave food by the fence so his parents wouldn’t find out.
The DeKalbs also recounted a night three months after the family moved in when one of the girls rang their doorbell at 1.30am.
‘(She) was at our door in a blanket saying we needed to protect her. She said that they were abusing her,’ Bruce said.
Other previous neighbors also reported suspicions the children had been abused.
Okay, so based on what we know, here are the possibilities:
- The women drove off the cliff after being distracted by their adopted pets
- The women drove off the cliff because they’re women, and therefore cannot drive
- The women committed suicide, possibly after realizing – during a fleeting moment of mental lucidity – that their entire “family” encapsulates everything wrong with society (spoiler: that didn’t happen)
- The women committed suicide for another reason, or no reason at all because they’re lesbians and therefore insane
They might have been Jewesses too, based on those prominent beaks.
If I had to guess, I’d say that the lesbians were abusing their pets to an extreme degree (because they were just tools for virtue signalling in the first place), and the law was catching up with them. We already know the kids were neglected, so it’s not a quantum leap to assume that something even worse was going on behind closed doors that was on the verge of coming out and ruining them.
But I do tend to think the worst of dykes. Perhaps the driver was adjusting her lipstick and forgot to look ahead, lol.
Either way, I’m not going to pretend for one moment that I care about what happened.