Black Kids Rob White Kid's Lemonade Stand at Gun Point

Gone are the days of safety and security and general goodwill. Gone are the days of assuming that citizens were all motivated to safeguard children and their childhood.

Black Kids Rob White Kid's Lemonade Stand at Gun Point

American Populists and Conservatives have been battling with the radical far left for decades as they have flooded our country with people who do not share our values, traditions, ethics, morals or general feelings about ‘brotherhood’- and this story is a painful reminder of what America once represented- that we have lost along the way.

Gone are the days of safety and security and general goodwill. Gone are the days of assuming that citizens were all motivated to safeguard children and their childhood.

Gone are the days of thinking that ‘we are all in this experiment together- as we are forced to acknowledge an increase in crime and hostility toward one another.

Not even a kid’s lemonade stand is safe anymore- from the changing values by so many,  in the United States of America.

The Lemonade Stand is a quintessentially American activity. Read in a recent report about lemonade stands:

When you’re 11 and you need cash, one way to make money is to become a young entrepreneur.

That’s exactly what Railyn Walters did when she took to the curb in front of her Thunder Bay home with her lemonade stand. Since school let out for the summer, Railyn has been maintaining a steady flow of lemonade for passersby and motorists who stop along the quiet street for a refreshing glass of the citrus drink.

At a buck a glass, Railyn has a long way to go to achieve her dreams of affording cheerleading sessions, and some girl stuff too.

“First of all, to be a cheerleader costs a lot of money,” she said.

“And then there’s all the stuff you have to buy for it, like (gym) shoes for $124, and that’s a lot. Then there are more things like workout stuff and more and more that just adds up to like $800.”

Railyn says she is saving the money “purely just for cheerleading at the moment,” but there are other things that a young girl would also like to purchase for herself.

“I always like to buy myself stuff like makeup and like hair products,” she said. “But I’m trying to stop that and save the money to do cheerleading. I wanted to do cheerleading since I was six. It’s always been one of my dreams to be a cheerleader.”

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So how would it feel to be a kid and to have your lemonade stand robbed by two thugs in hoodies?

Watch as JUST that happens to some young kids- and see how people react.

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