Paternity Court Judge Goes Off on Single Mother Who Can’t Find Father of Her Child

I have never heard of the show “Paternity Court” and it’s hard for me to understand how people can be so desperate for fame that they would put themselves through the humiliation of being on that show. If you are going to be on TV, why would you want to be on TV for THAT of all things? Yet and still, there is this…

Judge goes off on woman after cheering in court from r/MGTOW

I enjoyed this because all we ever seem to do in our society is cheer on single mothers and talk about how great it is, but it’s not so great? That little girl? Without that guy in her life, her chances of being knocked up at 16, in jail or a junky just shot up astronomically. Yet mom is cheering, her weird little friend is cheering and society quite frankly, doesn’t give a damn whether men get to see their kids or not. One judge’s tongue-lashing isn’t going to change that, but it still felt good to see it.

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