It looks like the big culture story of the day is going to be the woes experienced by a Tennessee white boy, Keaton Jones. He’s trending big on Twitter and the major news organizations are doing stories on him.
It feels like a psy op, not an organic response to one youngster who says he’s been bullied at school.
Dozens of celebrities, including numerous black athletes at the college and pro level, have responded to Keaton’s little video, seen below on Twitter.
Why this bullying victim? Why today? Are (((they))) trying to divert our attention from the sexual harassment panic? Or from something else?
All I know is that when a white boy is “befriended” by Snoop Dogg, Katy Perry, Sean Hannity, and a slew of others, it feels like an organized movement, not a grass roots response to a kid.
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — Keaton Jones has a lot of new friends.
Among them: UFC President Dana White, Captain America actor Chris Evans, Dr. Phil, Millie Bobby Brown aka “Eleven” from Stranger Things, Fox News host Sean Hannity, rapper Snoop Dogg, a slew of professional athletes in various sports, and countless people on the Internet, apparently.