GA Mom Says Rittenhouse’s “Bad” Parents Are To Blame; She Is Then Killed By Her Own Son On Thanksgiving [VIDEO]

GWINNETT COUNTY, GA – A Georgia family is still in shock as on Thanksgiving, Marcia Chance, 42, was fatally stabbed by her own son. Arriving on the scene, police found Chance inside a Lawrenceville home, on the floor – lifeless.

Having received reports of domestic assault, the Gwinnett County police arrested her 18-year-old son, Varian Alexander Hibbert, who was living at the residence and charged him with felony murder and possession of a knife during the commission of a felony.

While this is of course a tragic event for a family, days before her untimely death, Chance took to social media to blast the Kyle Rittenhouse trial and how his “bad” parents were to blame. 

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It should come as no surprise that the mainstream media is only reporting on the fact that Chance was murdered by her son. But in the video, which is featured below, host Greg Foreman of Black Conservative Perspective, dives deeper into the life of Chance and what she was doing the days leading up to her death. 

Although there is no connection between Chance’s post and her son stabbing her, it is interesting that she would unleash a post attacking Rittenhouse, comparing other cases to him, and ultimately blaming his parents for him having a weapon.

It should be noted that Rittenhouse did not cross state lines with a weapon. It was given to him later for protection. But that is just another false narrative being promoted by the liberal media. 

Still, Speaking to reporters about the incident, Chance’s neighbor Cameron Boyd said, “I was really shocked by that. I ain’t think [Hibbert] was really capable of doing something like that … It’s your mom and it’s on Thanksgiving, like that’s the crazier part.”

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