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Apr 27 2021

Hate Hoax at Adelphi University

There continue to be so many hate hoaxes that this one almost slipped past. It was launched from an Instagram account at Adelphi University in Long Island:

Black at AU — an account that seeks to “discuss the institutional racism at Adelphi university” — sounded the alarm that students had been targeted with racially motivated threats.

“ALERT!! Students are threatening to lynch Black students in retaliation to this page,” read the post. “Students addresses have been posted. Be safe.”

Adelphi President Christine Riordan chimed in that “Ignorance, racism, hate and violence hold no place in the Adelphi community, yet those things keep happening here,” which is doubtful but complies with the liberal narrative.

Shrieked Ms. Riordan:

“We know there is no place at Adelphi for inexcusable messages of white supremacy and anti-Blackness, but such racist attacks are a stark reminder of the work we need to do to combat systemic inequality and ongoing racism in our very own community.”

You don’t get to be a college president these days without spouting this corrosive duckspeak whenever the correct button is pushed.

Educrats avidly searched for evidence that racism had actually occurred, begging the public for help. Nothing.

Nevertheless, the university enlisted “an external cyber/digital forensic firm to add to the police investigations.”

“After an investigation this week by public safety and the Garden City police, we do not currently have any substantiated claims or specific examples of threats of racially motivated violence or harm to our community members. We do not have any names of people perpetuating these crimes,” the university said in a statement.

In short, Black at AU are hoaxers, and Christine Riordan is a fraud. But at least they helped raise awareness of the nonexistent black oppression problem.

On a tip from ABC of the ANC.


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