The fallout from Justin Bieber’s Thursday arrest continues with the 19yo being charged with driving under the influence, driving with an expired license and resisting arrest “without violence,” according tocop reports. The teen superstar admitted to smoking the wacky tobaccy, drinking beer earlier in the night and having prescription drugs in his system.
Soon after the arrest PopFocal exclusively reported that an online petition had been created and the creator had President Obama clearly in his sights.
The online petition at www.petitions.whitehouse.gov was setup by William Proscia of Brooklyn, NY after he was sick and tired of seeing this brat get away with everything but murder.
Proscia continued his well thought out rant and sent it through to PopFocal.
“Like most of the world I awoke today and saw the news reporting the overnight arrest of Justin Bieber. My immediate reaction was an eyeroll until I began to listen to the details of of the story. It seems to me at least that no matter what this guy does there are no consequences. I jokingly implored my Facebook friends to start an online petition calling to deport Justin. All I got were a few likes and an LOL. So I decided that maybe I should petition the Whitehouse myself. And I did. I didn’t attack Justin on a personal level or ridicule him – you may check it out for yourself and even sign if you’d like. https://petitions.whitehouse.gov/petition/immediately-revoke-visa-and-deport-dangerous-criminal-justin-bieber/qNqbnVwF
As a parent I cannot ignore two facts.
1) we are all lucky nobody was killed by a 19 yr old who has allegedly admitted to drinking alcohol smoking marijuana and taking prescription drugs before getting behind the wheel of a Lamborghini.
2) Justin Bieber seems to have no remorse for his actions, only further evidenced by his behavior leaving the court house (jumping on top of an SUV and blowing kisses).
A 6 month suspension of an already expired license is not a consequence, its a joke.
A proper consequence is our government also condemning his behavior in the interest of possibly saving the motorists and pedestrians who may be exposed to his misjudgments but also him by revoking his work visa and booting him out of our country.
I’m a blue collar guy from Brooklyn and I know that I wouldn’t want him driving down my street putting my family at risk so why should I allow him to do it to someone else’s?”
Does Proscia have a point? Or is he being a Fuddy Duddy? Let us know in the comments section below.
February 13, 2014 at 3:21 am
Proscia’s right. Law should be the same for everyone. Discriminated law is no law at all.