Monday, April 25, 2016

Liberal authorities are not fan of Deborah Smith’s tough love videos and they are making her pay the price. Wait ’til you see what she’s facing now!

The Southern mom became an internet sensation when she shot up her kids cell phones after they were being disrespectful. This mama of five kids, ages 16-29, felt she was at the end of her rope and needed to really send a message to her kids to wake up and put their phones down.

Here is her first video which garnished so much attention:

Smith still needed to get her kids attention after shooting up their phones. Her sons are involved in drugs and they sleep a lot. So, she wanted to make things less comfortable for them. So, she blew up their beds.

“I made another video because my boys were out of control. They’re stealing from us, they’re buying drugs and hanging out with ‘drug-thug buddies.’

I wanted to teach them that they can’t just go out and use drugs and then come home to lay in bed.

Today, we’re going to take that option of where to sleep away, I’ve had enough.”

This is the video that caused liberal authorities to come after her.

After seeing the video, Coweta County (GA) Department of Children and Family Services gave the tough love mama a visit. A social worker asked Smith to sign a “safety plan” stating she will not use deadly weapons in front of her children.

When she refused to sign stating it violated her First and Second Amendment rights, the county took her younger two children away from her! 

Apparently using guns is grounds for losing your children! These children weren’t in harms way when she was destroying their crutches of disrespect!

We can’t even parent our children anymore without liberal interference! This is terrifying!

What do you think about this? Should she be penalized about her parenting? Sound off below.

H/T: IJ Review

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