Skip to comments.Tennessee Baby Machine Is A State Inmate
Posted on 05/21/2012 5:11:28 PM PDT by jakerobins
Knoxville man's paternity rampage has been curbed by prison bars
MAY 21--The Tennessee man who has impregnated a large portion of Knoxvilles female population--and reportedly fathered 30 children in the process--is a convicted felon whose babymaking ability has been hampered for the past three years due to his state prison incarceration
The story of Desmond Hatchetts fertility--and his related inability to pay child support--returned to the news last week when a Memphis TV station reported that the 33-year-old was back in court this week seeking the states help with his support payments. The Los Angeles Times noted that Hatchett is struggling to make ends meet on his minimum-wage job.
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If I had a son, hed look like Desmond Hatchett, Obama said. I think [Desmond’s parents] are right to expect that all of us as Americans are going to take this with the seriousness it deserves, and we are going to get to the bottom(s) of exactly what happened.
If ever we needed a foreign exchange with Communist (one-child) China...
If Obama had a horn-dog father who sired multiple children with multiple women, he’d look a lot like the guy Obama claims really IS ihis father.
Which would likely come as a surprise to Hatchett, who has been locked up for the last 33 months.
And, like other Tennessee inmates, he is not allowed conjugal visits
Well the LA Times messed this story up big time. There is no way this guy fathered 9 kids in three months.
The SURPRISING thing about this story is that he actually got CAUGHT!
Desmond Hatchett is prime breeding stock for expanding the dependency culture. Breeding more humans dependent on the state is just the Marxists’ ticket. It is easier to become masters of their human subjects when dependency creates willing compliance. And, a dependent subject is a boughten voter.
“”we are going to get to the bottom(s) of exactly what happened.”
You forgot - AND it will be my first priority!!!
And considering baby mama #30 had to have known he had another couple dozen already, the poor kid probably didn’t get a lot of smart genes from that side of the family, either. It’s sad, the moms get something like less than $2 a week per kid, but he’s complaining about living on half minimum wage. I don’t feel bad for him at all.
All of those press stories last week were bogus. A good reminder not to believe everything we read.
Feral children. Doomed to a life of poverty. Prone to drug abuse. Violence. Crime. Thirty reasons why America’s penal system continues to grow at a rate akin to Microsoft stock (the early years).
If Planned Parenthood was really about parenting, they’d be down on this guy with both feet and a stick.
Why does a system of govenment exist that supports the illicit offspring of this man? We are paying for these mothers to sit at home and reap welfare benefits for producing current and future dependents on government aid. The only answer is to make people responsible for their actions and the consequences thereof, not support and reward them.