This is Beth Harding from Uxbridge.
This evening she thought it would be a good idea to jump on a couple local Facebook community groups and brag about how she jumped in someone else’s car with their child inside to teach them a lesson about parenting.
Not all heroes wear capes. Tomorrow she’s planning on going door to door in town, checking to see if your house is unlocked and eating porridge in your bed with baby bear if he’s home alone.
I don’t know what’s more bizarre and disturbing about this – the fact that bootleg Uber squatter thought it was a good idea to sit in someone’s car and scare their child during a time when “social distancing” is so important, or the fact that she felt the need to brag to strangers on multiple community Facebook pages assuming that she would be praised for being such a psychopath.
Sure, she could’ve alerted the police, remained outside of the car, or gone inside to find the father if she was so concerned. But that’s all way too rational. Better get inside a stranger’s running car instead. I’m sure the child really appreciated hearing the door of the vehicle open, expecting to see his father, and seeing the face instead.
And did I mention she’s a recovering junkie too?
She’s clearly in a fine position to not only judge other people’s parenting skills, but also teach them valuable lessons by jumping in their vehicles with children in tow. Perhaps she should stick to virtue signaling about how a real n word loves a big booty, rather than handing out life lessons during stops at CVS.
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