14 October 2012

Recent Developments with Cleveland Bus Driver


It seems that the City of Cleveland has suspended the bus driver who defended himself against the violent woman on his bus.  I shared the video in my previous post.  View that first before continuing.  Anyway, the city has suspended him pending an inquiry, and it looks like he may lose his job over this incident.  This has been a hot topic on Mancoat, which is where I got the video in the first place.  When discussing the recent developments, I submitted my thoughts about the situation.  To sum things up, I think this case is totally wrong, and I will show you why.

This case is total BULLSHIT! The bitch was drunk when she boarded the bus. Like many drunks, she was loud and obnoxious. She was also violent, as evidenced by hitting the bus driver-an act caught on video. Now, the last time I checked; the last time I rode public transportation; one is not supposed to be drunk while on said public transportation. Also, it is a violation of FEDERAL LAW to disturb the operator; the operator is to be left alone to get the people to their destination safely! What, pray tell me, is hitting the bus driver, but disturbing the operator in a serious way? Isn't this bitch guilty of violating the law on multiple counts? Why isn't SHE being prosecuted for her gross (not to mention multiple) violations of the law?  Why is this being forgotten here?

Just by being drunk, the bus driver had every right to toss her off the bus. When she got loud and obnoxious, he had every right to toss her off the bus, because not only is she being a nuisance to the other passengers; she is DISTURBING THE OPERATOR-duh!  I don't know about Cleveland city buses, but NJ Transit buses have signs conspicuously posted telling passengers that they are to stand behind the line and NOT disturb the operator. With someone loud and obnoxious on board, it's harder for him to concentrate on traffic, pedestrians, the route, etc., so it's a lot harder for him to do his job safely. When she got violent, she was way over the line; not only that, she had crossed multiple lines by that point, and the bus driver had multiple justifications already to toss her off the bus.

Now, when things got violent and she HIT HIM FIRST (it seems like that is being forgotten here!), what was he supposed to do?! How else was he supposed to handle the situation?! He couldn't continue to operate the bus with her acting like that. If he'd pulled over, called the cops, and waited, then he'd have been well behind schedule; he would have been disciplined for that, because bus drivers have to keep to their schedules. What's he supposed to do, let her keep hitting him? As far as I can see, he was in a no-win situation. Again, this is total BULLSHIT.

In closing, the drunk, obnoxious, and VIOLENT woman is the one who should be prosecuted here. She only committed multiple violations! Let's review, shall we? One, she was drunk; on many transit systems, this is a no-no. Two, she disturbed the operator by being loud and obnoxious. Three, she HIT the operator! When I last rode a bus and train in July, I recall seeing signs posted telling passengers that they were NOT to do these things; I mean, she only violated multiple federal & state laws! Does that not mean anything? Shouldn't SHE be the one punished here? I think so. The City of Cleveland is wrong in suspending the bus driver, because: 1) the bitch violated multiple laws with her conduct; and 2) the driver was in a no-win situation. What was he supposed to do? Those are my thoughts.



Molly said...

The bitch got what she deserved.

Anonymous said...

He should be good for a solid 10 grand in lawyer fees,that is reason enough in the Demokratic Republik of Illinois.
Guilty I say,guilty of being male with a spine.
Oh,they is gonna eat him for breakfast boss.
"Just don't hit this poor nigger no mo maam,Toby be good nigger."

Molly said...

Very unfair.

Women should be respectful if we want protection.

Anonymous said...

Man standing up to "woman", not allowed in the USSA especially the peaceful, honest city of Chicago?!!?

Run by a bisexual mayor who worked for another bisexual in "rev." Wright's "church".

Anonymous said...

Was at a bar not that long ago, and caught movement out of the corner of my eye. Blocked the incoming, went low, punched hard, and swept their legs out from under them. Only then did it register that it was a woman. She was out like a sack of potatoes.

My response is automatic - I really can't say that I would/could have done anything differently if I had known it was a woman to begin with. I figure that she deserved what she got. If it had been a guy, I would have followed up with some broken bones - as it was, I just laughed and got another drink. Stupid b*tches need to realize they are NOT men. If they try to be, they will just get hurt.

djc said...

This was in Cleveland I believe.

Molly said...

Anonymous, why did the chick try to hit you?

Anonymous said...

Molly, she didn't really get what she deserved. She deserves to be in jail. Does anyone doubt that she is going to file a lawsuit against the city? So rather than being in jail, she's going to get cash and prizes.

Probably the guy should have pulled over and called the cops. Did he radio in to ask for advice or assistance? I didn't see that on the video. We all empathize with him because the woman was so out of control that she really deserved to be hit, but now he's going to suffer for some b*tch - not worth it in my estimation.

- sunshinemary

Molly said...

Yes, she does deserve to go to jail.

ScareCrow said...

Add a link to the petition that Black Pill saw bro!!!!

Like you said - we need TWO MILLION signatures on that thing...

And - your blog is one of the more popular ones!!!

Greddy said...


Anonymous said...

"Why isn't SHE being prosecuted for her gross (not to mention multiple) violations of the law? Why is this being forgotten here?"

Who says she's not being prosecuted? Last I knew, she was charged with a fourth-degree misdemeanor, which carries a maximum penalty of 30 days in jail and a $250 fine.

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