Rosa Parks

She should have taken Stephen's mugshot advice.

Rosa Parks is overrated. She may also have been an anarchist. She broke the law by sitting in the front of that bus, which makes her a criminal, not someone to be celebrated.

Stephen has never once committed a crime, which makes him a better American than Rosa Parks. Rosa Parks also never had her own TV show. She has, however, starred in a commercial for "Chevy" cars, in which she recreates the moment when she knowingly chose the life of a criminal.

Criminal RecordEdit

Rosa Louise McCauley Parks (February 4, 1913 – October 24, 2005) was an African American activist whom the U.S. Congress later called the "Mother of the Modern-Day of the Black Panthers."

On December 1, 1955 in Montgomery, Alabama, Parks, age 42, refused to give up her seat to a tired white passenger who was just having a hard day and this black lady felt entitled to keep her seat. Does she not realized that the white man works three times as hard as black people? which is true but she was there first

Parks' act of courage became an important symbol of the liberal movement to overthrow the United States government, soon she started to plot with the gays, the commies, and the bears to destroy America's freedoms. Rumor has it that Rosa Parks personally chose Martin Luther King, Jr. to be their Manchurian candidate to seize the Presidency and establish their first black tyrant over white society.

Rosa Parks other liberals works includes the creation of NAACP, a communist chapter for communist labor for the destruction of the free market, and the destruction of white society. She invaded Detroit and turned into the wasteland that is today.

Rumor has it that she had a white lover, shocking and hypocritical.

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