Not only was it a fake threat of a phony racist hate crime, it came from the former president of the Pan-African Student Union. Honestly, at this point, the thing that amazes me is that faculty and students at any university would even be remotely surprised that the supposed threat or “hate crime” on campus is another phony. There have been so many fakes out there, and most of the ones that aren’t proven fakes aren’t proven acts of racism or hate either. You see, the activist crowd needs outrage in order to push their agenda, and where there is no activity to be outraged about, they simply go out and fake it.
Kean University President Dawood Farahi drew audible gasps from faculty and students on Tuesday when he informed them that the suspect who recently made “abhorrent” threats against black students was a black former student and “active participant” in an on-campus rally on Nov. 17.
“We are saddened to learn that the person allegedly responsible was an active participant in the rally that took place on campus on Tuesday, Nov. 17 and is a former student of Kean,” Farahi said to gasps.
Police say 24-year-old Kayla-Simone McKelvey, who is black, left the Nov. 17 demonstration on Kean University’s campus and created an anonymous Twitter account to post a threat against black students.
“I will shoot any black person I see at Kean University,” she allegedly wrote in one tweet.
In another she allegedly stated, “the cops won’t save you….you’re black.”
A short time later, McKelvey returned to the rally and began to circulate details about the fake threat, according to police.
McKelvey, a former president of the Pan-African Student Union, has been charged with third-degree creating a public false alarm, The Star-Ledger reports.
As the saying goes, “never let a crisis go to waste,” and when there isn’t an actual crisis, just make one up!