Duh, Everyone In Delaware Is Stupid

Meet McRoberts Williams of Wilmington, Delaware.

McRoberts, if that is his real name, decided to rob a Wells Fargo bank via demand note. The teller gave the robber some cash, and when McRoberts fled the scene, he stopped to do something galactically stupid.

Investigators say that McRoberts Williams, 44, approached a teller Saturday morning at a crowded Wells Fargo in Wilmington and handed her a note reading “This is a robbery, I need $150.”

After the 25-year-old bank employee provided Williams with cash, he fled the bank. But instead of racing from the crime scene like your average bank robber, Williams exited the Wells Fargo and “made a deposit in the atm on the exterior of the building,” the Delaware State Police report.

Williams told police that, “the money had been deposited and was no longer on his person.” A detective reported that while no money was recovered from Williams, he was “in possession of a Wells Fargo bank card.”

So this dumbass stole $150, fled the bank, and deposited the $150 into the bank he just robbed. Is it possible this moron is related to the Biden family?

12 thoughts on “Duh, Everyone In Delaware Is Stupid

  1. Rudy – I would take one of his cups and do a DNA test.

    Veeshir – Likely. Delaware loves the Bidens, even after they knew he was one of the most corrupt politicians on Earth. They don’t care because their grift always comes to Delaware.

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  2. This man has a promising future as a Dem politician.
    “Rob from the rich, give to the poor”, the “poor” being described as himself.
    Possible Harris running mate in 2024.

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  3. RD – In my experience, the only good thing about Delaware is the Dover International Speedway. When we head to the Outer Banks, there are always signs and billboards demanding you vote for the typical leftist clown. Delaware will never be a red – or a purple state – and it’s only plus is tax-free shopping.

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