When someone threatens to kill random blacks, two assumptions are safe to make: (1) the threatener is black and (2) it is yet another hoax. The latest inductee onto the Hate Hoax List is Kayla-Simone McKelvey, recent graduate of New Jersey’s Kean University:
McKelvey, a self-proclaimed activist, participated in a student rally regarding racial issues on Nov. 17, but left midway through the rally and walked to a computer station in a university library.
Once there, McKelvey allegedly created an anonymous Twitter account – @keanuagainstblk – and began posting threats of violence against black Kean students.
The first message around 10 p.m. said “kean university twitter against blacks is for everyone who hates blacks people” and [she followed with] a tweet about there being a bomb on the campus, and then continued with several other tweets about shooting black students at the university.
After making the posts, McKelvey returned to the rally and attempted to spread awareness of the threats, authorities said.
You can’t blame young moonbats for wanting to make names for themselves as community organizers, now that Obama has established it as a career path that can lead to the White House.
The university said approximately 100 students participated in a peaceful rally on campus that night with 10 students spending the night at the clock tower, “joining students across the nation to raise awareness of recent racial unrest at the University of Missouri and other college campuses.”
No need to raise awareness. In the Age of Hopey Change, we are all plenty aware of the racial discord; most are even aware that it is deliberately contrived for malevolent political purposes, and that it is based on lies.
According to McKelvey’s LinkedIn profile, she graduated from Kean this May with a degree in Global Fitness and Wellness and currently works as a personal trainer. She was also the school’s 2014 homecoming queen and president of the Pan African Student Union, according to her profile.
You know you are oppressed when they make you homecoming queen.
Her school record also includes organizing a rally against a professor and Kean’s Student Organization for allegedly being “racist,” although according to the student newspaper “little to no evidence emerged to support the claims.”
Why does anyone need to be educated to the age of 24 years to be a personal trainer? Everything that would fit into Kayla-Simone’s head could be learned in a week.
Not everyone belongs in college. The misguided and extravagantly expensive effort to send everyone anyway is what has turned them into daycare centers for troublemaking morons.
On tips from Brian H, Nobama, Steve T, and Maudie.