Texas woman’s rant about visit to grocery store goes viral

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TOMBALL, Texas — People love posting their opinions on the internet.

No matter what happens, you can be sure that someone is going to make their feelings about it known online.

That’s what one Texas woman did on Sunday, she posted a video to YouTube criticizing another woman’s parenting and her child.

When it went viral, the reaction was harsh.

This is a woman who claims to be identified as Kathleen Smith of Tomball, Texas.

“There’s nothing wrong with that child, it just needs to be beat,” Kathleen Smith said in the video.

This post on YouTube has generated thousands of views.

The woman talked about a child acting out at a grocery store.

“And this child starts screaming. I’m talking the blood curdling, veins popping, it was bizzare,” said Kathleen Smith.

She explains how frustrated she got seeing the young child with their parent in the store.

“I just had to take a minute and pray to the baby Jesus because I’m telling you I almost walked that woman over to the wooden spoons and get that S%$$ under control,” Smith continued.

Smith went on to say there are ways to stop that kind of behavior, some of her ideas may surprise you.

“There are two answers to this, kill it, give it away or leave it at home.//butt to//I just said a small prayer, please Jesus let there be something wrong with that child that makes it do that because if not, I would like to know why that woman has not beaten the f&%$ out of that kid yet,” Smith said.

Dozens of people now sounding off about their disgust with the video.

“For her to apologize, for one, she also could have hurt somebody making a video so that’s a whole other ordeal and hopefully learn something from it,” Kelly Tollar, a neighbor said.

Meanwhile, you may be wondering if Smith regrets any of this.

“I’m not sorry for anything I’ve said,” Smith said.

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