I’m not posting all of this news item, but I’ll guarantee you’ll want to follow the link. It’s good news for a change. Let’s take a moment off from looking at the harsh reality we see all the time. Instead, let’s have us some genuine social justice without a SJW in sight.
[That specious term is a redundancy since all of it – justice and injustice – is surely “social” in nature. That’s why the easily offended had to come up with a phrase signifying their exquisitely special ability to self-generate hurt feelings. Fragile flowers need delicate handling if they’re to make it through life without puddling the floor at the sight of a Bully.]
Enjoy the story:
Standing before Judge Lou Olivera was a retired Special Forces Green Beret sergeant who was in Cumberland County veterans court on April 12 for violating probation.
“Every two weeks we go to veterans court, and my urinalysis test had come back positive,” Joe Serna, 41, says. “I denied it at first.”
But Serna later came clean and told the judge he had been dishonest with the court.
Olivera sentenced Serna to a night in lockup and told him to report back to court the next day for incarceration.
Olivera had hoped to have Serna serve his time in a holding cell at the Fayetteville Police Department, but Chief Harold Medlock told the judge the cell is now used for storage.
“But I’m friends with the chief of police in Lumberton and called him, and he said he would call the Sheriff’s Office and they were willing to do it,” Medlock says.
Serna reported for his punishment, where he was met by the judge.
“When Joe first came to turn himself in, he was trembling,” says Olivera, a veteran, too, who served in the Gulf War. “I decided that I’d spend the night serving with him.”
And down Interstate 95 south, the judge drove this nervous veteran.
“Where are we going, judge?” Serna asked.
“We’re going to turn ourselves in,” Olivera said.
“He said he was going to stay with me,” Serna said. “I couldn’t process a judge being my cellmate.
“They take me to the cell, and I’m sitting on my bunk. And, then, in walks the judge.
This is from the Fayetteville (North Carolina) local paper.
Be sure to read through to the end. Get yourself some feel-good endorphins…
By the way, Fayetteville is the home of the U.S. Army’s Fort Bragg. The name comes from a famous Confederate general, Braxton Bragg. When will the thought police come after that insult?? Bragg surely will become an eventual target for those infamously ignorant, exquisitely offended “Social Justice Warriors”, but this one won’t go quietly. It’s a huge installation, most famous as the home of the 82nd Airborne Division. Those paratroopers won’t go quietly into the SJW language oubliette.