October 04, 2019

All American

Timothy Birdnow

Cheerleaders get a bad rap. Here's one who debunks the stereotype:

Texas cheerleader, 17, jumps off her homecoming parade float to save a choking toddler in the crowd

From the article:

Tyra Winters, a 17-year-old student from Rockwall High School, near Dallas, explained how she was on the school's float with her cheerleading squad and the football team when she heard murmurs that a child was choking in the crowd.

She scanned the spectators and manage to pick out a little boy whose face was turning'super, super red', she told ABC News.

Within an instant, Tyra jumped off the float and ran towards the boy, who was with his mother, and performed the Heimlich maneuver.

'At this point, he's kind of turning purple,' Tyra said.

'I picked him up and then I tilted him downwards and gave him two or three back thrusts. He then was spitting everything up,' she recalled.

The little boy's mom, Nicole Hornback, said that she had already tried to perform the Heimlich on her son, two-year-old Clarke, but wasn't successful.

The modern Progressive era has tried very hard to destroy the attributes of America, and the concept of a wholesome cheerleader or football player has always been in their crosshairs; they prefer to promote the radical chic over the all-American boy or girl. This same hatred of Americana holds true with fraternities and sororities in college as well. It's part of their war on our cultural identity.

Well, this girl is truly an all-American, and a heroine to boot. She should be celebrated for her quick and decisive thinking, and her willingness to think beyond her own situation.

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