You Won’t Believe What Happens In This High-Speed Chase

For most mothers, keeping baby safe is your utmost priority, superseding all else.

Sadly, in modern society with the liberal movement, women’s roles have been mangled, and what people deem important and necessary has been skewed.

In the media, we are even seeing women do the unthinkable, like taking the lives of their own children, abusing the innocent, and putting their convenience above the best interest of their kids.

A young woman from Texas proved all this to be true after running from police in a high-speed chase with the most precious of cargo in the backseat.

ABC News reported:

Newly released video shows a woman leading police in Texas on a high-speed chase before crashing into another vehicle and running out of the car with her baby.”

That’s right! This woman engaged in a high-speed chase, crashed and still didn’t think of her baby being in danger.

This is not unlike a recent story reported by Mommy Underground where a couple was passed out from drug use on the side of the road with a baby in the backseat.

The irresponsible mom in the car chase was 29-year-old Caitlyn Rodriguez. A woman with a criminal history, and a possible drug addiction.

What was the reason she was running from the police? She had outstanding warrants and a controlled substance in her possession.

A DPS trooper conducted a traffic stop on Rodriguez, which sparked her insane fleeing attempt that reached speeds of over 100 mph on route 90, according to ABC News.

Rodriguez felt that dealing with the consequences of her bad choices she had made was worse than maintaining the safety of her baby in the backseat.

The Mercedes SUV she was driving crashed into a pickup truck because of a tire deflation device that a trooper deployed while in pursuit.

This was all caught on a frightening video released by the Texas Department of Public Safety.

After the vehicle was disabled, Rodriguez then grabbed the infant car seat with the baby in it from the vehicle and ran across a busy street where cars had to stop in order to not crash into the mother and baby on the run.

It was alleged, according to ABC News, that the frantic mother then attempted to carjack a new getaway vehicle by hopping into the passenger seat of a stopped car with the infant in tow.

The startled driver of the high jacked vehicle also had a child in the backseat!

The victim of the high jacking ran around the vehicle and grabbed their child from the backseat just before the criminal was ripped from the vehicle and handcuffed in the middle of the street.

A small baby strapped in an infant car seat was then taken from the vehicle and carried quickly away, hopefully to be checked by medical professionals after being in a collision.

The video of the chase would have seemed run of the mill “good guy trying to stop bad guy” footage until the vehicle crashes and a small helpless baby is seen.

Although Rodriguez was charged with child endangerment, evading arrest and possession of a controlled substance, according to ABC News, it’s easy to think the punishment is still not harsh enough for her actions.

It is scary to think what this child had been through prior to the high-speed chase. If a mother can do these actions in front of the public eye, it is no telling what was done behind closed doors.

The child is being cared for by Child Protective Services now and is said to not have been injured, the DPS reported.

It is not uncommon for mothers with drug addictions to let the desire to engage in the illegal substance cloud instinctual responsibility to care for their young.

Many states around the nation have implemented legislation to protect children who are in homes of parents who abuse drugs.

It is illegal not just to use illegal drugs in front of children, but to deal them or offer them to the children.

Child Welfare reported:

Exposing children to the manufacture, possession, or distribution of illegal drugs is considered child endangerment in 11 States. The exposure of a child to drugs or drug paraphernalia is a crime in eight States and the Virgin Islands. In North Carolina and Wyoming, selling or giving an illegal drug to a child by any person is a felony.”

What happened to the traumatized child is heartbreaking, but thankfully the child was safe and taken away from the mother who forgot who she was supposed to be caring for.

We are seeing a transition in our culture on what is best for our kids, like how schools think we are keeping our kids safe by stripping genders, as Mommy Underground has previously reported.

Society has made it excusable to endanger the bodies, hearts, souls, and minds of our children through confusing their sexual identity, allowing them to be murdered in the womb, and be brainwashed by leftist ideology that destroys the concept of a true family.

Please let us know in the comments section what you think of this mother’s actions, and if the law is adequate for putting a child in this level of danger.

 

 

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