You would think that at a premier institution like Harvard Law School, even the Affirmative Action students would have a higher level of intelligence than was displayed by a recent hate hoax:
HLS’s Wasserstein Hall includes a small portrait of every single tenured faculty member at the school, but Thursday morning small black strips of tape were found covering the faces of every black professor’s portrait.
Predictably, the black supremacist moonbats who dominate college campuses are using the tape as a pretext to work themselves into a lather of belligerent victimhood.
“This morning at Harvard Law School we woke up to a hate crime,” writes HLS student Michele Hall on the website Blavity. “The portraits of black professors, the ones that bring me and so many other black students feelings of pride and promise, were defaced. Their faces were covered with a single piece of black tape, crossing them out of Harvard Law School’s legacy of legal scholarship. Their faces were slashed through, X-ing them out, marking them as maybe unwanted or maybe unworthy or maybe simply too antithetical to the legacy of white supremacy on which Harvard Law School has been built.”
HLS dean Martha Minow immediately called a meeting of the school’s students and staff to discuss the incident, and announced it is under police investigation.
Maybe the Justice Department should become involved — even though like virtually all alleged campus hate crimes, it was faked.
One particularly noteworthy red flag is that the black tape used to deface the portraits appears to be identical to tape that was recently used by activists affiliated with the Royall Must Fall group protesting against HLS’s current seal (which is taken from the coat of arms of the slaveholding family that endowed HLS’s first professorship).
Don’t these morons watch Forensic Files? They should have at least used a different role of tape.
Royall Must Fall, welcome to the Hate Hoax List.
On tips from Eddie_Valiant and Torcer.