As always, many of these bleeding hearts make something of a profession to push their agenda or get their fifteen minutes of fame and then fake hatred against that agenda, but there's always a cost involved. A 24-year-old black woman found that out after she tweeted out racist threats against black student and faculty at Kean University the very same night she attended a rally to protest racial intolerance on college campuses.
NBC New York reports, that Kayla-Simone McKelvey sent several messages through Twitter during a November 17 rally. One of the posts threatened to "shoot every black woman and male" at the college.
Apparently, the president of Pan-African Student Union, left midway through the rally and went to a school computer, located in the library, in order to send out the tweets, according to Union County Prosecutor Grace Park.
Then, McKelvey returned to the rally and as if on que, made a point to draw attention to the tweets, which she had posted.
The posts drew attention from local and state police, as well as the Department of Homeland Security. However, on the following day, a Facebook post from the University police indicated that the college would remain open.
"We are saddened to learn that the person allegedly responsible was an active participant in the rally," Kean University President Dawood Farahi said.
One has to wonder about some of these colleges, where liberalism runs rampant as to whether they are actually saddened that activists like McKelvey were responsible or caught.
Black students make up 25 percent of the student body at the university. However, there is no doubt that McKelvey is doing nothing that any other race baiter hasn't done in the past and that is seek to drive a wedge between people due to their skin color.
McKelvey is not the only one to create threats on behalf of Black Lives matter. Twenty-year-old Charles Hollins was also charged for making a threat of mass violence for sending out a Tweet about killing all the white people in La Plata, Maryland. The only difference was that his was an actual threat, not a fake one. The same is true of Latausha Nedd, who waved around a gun and a machete and called for "blacks to take police officer's guns, take over police stations, and kill white people."
I have no problem with people wanting to protest legitimate issues, but let's be honest, the Black Lives Matter movement was inspired by a domestic terrorist named Assata Shakur, aka Joanne Deborah Chesimard.
McKelvey is due to appear in court on December 14.Don't forget to Like Freedom Outpost on Facebook, Google Plus, & Twitter. You can also get Freedom Outpost delivered to your Amazon Kindle device here.