On occasion, I briefly mention the Democrats’ plan to dumb down America. We can see it everywhere and the biggest culprits are the public schools, colleges and universities, social media, and the propaganda in the mainstream media.

My rhetoric may come off as though it’s a joke, and I admit I am trying to make light of it, but I’m serious when I say that I believe that our government is trying to make America as a whole dumber so that we’ll be forced to rely on them more for help.

People have literally forgotten how to think properly and how to use logic in everyday situations. This is especially true of criminals which is why they keep getting caught. But I guess if they knew how to think properly they wouldn’t be criminals in the first place. They would be doing something productive and something that helps society rather than taking from it.

But just to show you just how bad it’s gotten, let me tell you about a bank robber who recently landed himself in jail.

This guy stole money from a bank, then turned around and immediately put it into his own bank account. He demanded $150 from the bank teller, then walked outside the building to the ATM and deposited it into his account.

He was arrested after holding up a Delaware bank for $150 and then immediately depositing the stolen cash in his own bank account at a nearby ATM, police said.

McRoberts Williams, 44, was arrested on Sunday after he robbed a Wells Fargo Bank in Wilmington, according to police.

After he was apprehended, Williams told cops that he traveled to Delaware ‘by riding on the exterior of a cargo train’ and that ‘his mind is currently being controlled by a third party via an implant located somewhere in his body.’

Williams, of California, had approached a 25-year-old female bank teller and handed her a note that read: ‘This is a robbery, I need $150,’ according to an affidavit.

Now the guy is facing some serious jail time as he’s charged with a 2nd-degree felony robbery.

Sources: Daily Mail

Daniel

Daniel is a conservative syndicated opinion writer and amateur theologian. He writes about topics of politics, culture, freedom, and faith.

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