Rockport Woman Shames 2 Children On Instagram After Sky Lantern They Released In Honor Of Dead Father Lands In Her Horse Paddock


This is Caslyn Bennett, originally from Holden but now residing in Rockport.

As you can see she’s a basic woke white chick who rides horses, so as you can imagine she is dreadful.

In Rockport it’s tradition on Rockport Illumination Night to light sky lanterns that float away. Two local kids this year lost their father, made a sky lantern in his honor, and wrote their names on it. Obviously this is something that will live with them forever and was heartbreaking for the community.

As you can tell by they’re writing they are young, which makes it so tragic.

Well, Caslyn ended up finding it and instead of just throwing it in the trash she decided to go on Instagram and shame the children for littering because she didn’t like that it ended up in her horse’s paddock.


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#Humanssuck #Trash

Yes, in particularly you.

“Your balloons and lanterns don’t go to heaven.”

Imagine waking up every day with your c you next Tuesday meter being that high? All this does is reconfirm my already existent bias against horse girls. She was mildly inconvenienced by something that meant the world to some kids who lost their father, so she shamed them on IG because she wants to save the planet from balloons. What a horrible thing to do.


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