Adopting their own death warrants

It’s going to be informative to see how many of those Hollywood actresses and “I have a black son” cuckservatives don’t live to see retirement courtesy of their adoptive virtue-signaling showpieces.

A judge in Madison, Wisconsin, has set $1 million bail for two teenagers charged with the execution-style murders of a respected doctor and an education coach.

During the early morning hours of March 31, two joggers came upon the bodies of Dr. Beth Potter and her husband, Robin Carre, lying off the roadway in the University of Wisconsin Arboretum and covered in blood, police said. A witness told the University of Wisconsin-Madison Police Department that they had heard a series of gunshots after 11 p.m. the night before.

Carre, 57, was pronounced dead at the scene as Potter, 52, was taken to a nearby hospital where she later died. Both were shot in the head and were left for dead in their house clothes with no shoes, according to the criminal complaint.

Investigators conducted several interviews that led them to arrest and charge Khari Sanford, the boyfriend of the couple’s adopted daughter, and Sanford’s friend Ali’Jah Larrue with two counts of first-degree murder.

I don’t ever recall hearing about an adopted Korean girl murdering her adoptive parents and I knew several of them growing up in the 70s and 80s. Apparently this newer adoption craze is a little more dangerous.

UPDATE: It gets better. These virtue-signaling lunatics actually invited their murderer to live with them and their “daughter” just weeks before he killed them.

Court papers show that Potter recently kicked Mimi and Sanford out of their $600,000 home just blocks from the university campus because the teens refused to follow her rules for social distancing during the health crisis. They had taken Sanford in to live with them a few weeks earlier. He had previously been in foster care.

Stellar parenting. It would require a heart of stone not to laugh at these dead morons. But at least they will have the satisfaction of knowing that no one will ever be able to call them racist. I’m sure that gave them real comfort when they were being dragged barefoot from their home at gunpoint prior to being shot in the head.