Jericho Scott, the rest of his story
Description from the 2008 video about Jericho Scott:
“9-year-old too good for Youth Baseball League in Connecticut
9-year-old Jericho Scott can pitch a fastball at about 40 mph. His pitches are accurate and has never hit a player with his fastballs. However, for the league he was too good, so they will not allow him to play baseball because of his success at pitching.
That is the sad state in America where success is no longer rewarded but punished. The failures are praised, while the successful are scorned. In many grade schools scores are not kept when playing sports. Because keeping score might offend the self-esteem of the losers. Political correctness which has spread throughout the land as a cancer drags society and culture down to its lowest denominator. Further proof of that liberalism is a mental disorder.”
Link to the 2008 video:
Jericho saw the 2008 video, and left this comment:
“Hey, this is Jericho Scott and I'm up rethinking about all that stuff that happened and it crossed my mind to thank you for all that support you gave me a fee years back its highly appreciated.”
A testament to an excellent young man, blessed with good parenting.
Subsequently a few years later Jericho went on to high school in New Haven, Connecticut. There he was on the baseball team. At age 15, Jericho was murdered in a drive-by shooting. As of 2022, the murder has not been located.
Jericho Scott’s obituary:
Link to Jericho’s television interview on this 10th birthday:
NOTE: Black ribbon on the United States flag is an expression of mourning for the death of the constitutional republic in the United States of America that happened on January 20th, 2021.
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