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Mar 15 2018

Maryland NAACP News Conference Apparently Based on Hoax

Dig far enough down into a Baltimore Sun article about Anne Arundel County NAACP President Rev. Stephen Tillett and other moonbats screeching at a press conference about the oppression of Persons of Politically Preferred Pigmentation at Chesapeake High School in Pasadena, Maryland, and you will find that the spectacle was apparently based on a hate hoax:

The news conference followed a threatening post made Feb. 26 against the school specifically targeting black students.

Lt. Ryan Frashure, Anne Arundel County police spokesman, said investigators have identified the student who posted that threat — an African-American student who was charged as a juvenile with disrupting school activities.

The unnamed student’s motives are not known, but the cultural Marxist motives of the moonbats who took his threatening post and ran with it are obvious.

They would have preferred to base the NAACP spectacle on a hate crime committed by a Caucasian. But since those don’t happen very often, they had to make do.

The important thing is that this allowed demagogues to raise awareness:

Tillett … also discussed disparity in achievement and discipline for minority students compared to whites in Anne Arundel County Public Schools.

About 18 percent of African-American students passed the 2017 PARCC Algebra 1 exam countywide, compared to 26.9 percent of Hispanic students passed, 55.7 percent of white students passed and 64.2 percent of Asian students.

One reason blacks perform so poorly is that they behave poorly:

The federal Department of Education’s Civil Rights Data Collection shows figures from 2013 indicating that while 21 percent of the system’s student population was black, they comprised 44 percent of suspensions.

The stats above are presented as evidence that the problem is white people, who are racist.

For staging this farce, the Anne Arundel County NAACP earns a spot on the Hate Hoax List.

On a tip from Dave F.

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