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Girl’s FAKE Racist Threats Sent College Into A FRENZY, And She Just Received HORRIBLE News

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A black female student at Kean University sent out anti-black, racist threats against other students at the school, which sent the college into a frenzy, causing increased security patrols and attendees to be on heightened alert. She ended up being caught for her hoax hate crime, and she just received some devastating news.

Apparently, 25-year-old Kayla McKelvey couldn’t find enough examples of real racism on her college campus, which doesn’t bode well for social justice warriors trying to combat racism, so she decided she was going to create some herself to strengthen her cause. However, things didn’t exactly go as planned, and after causing a campus-wide disruption with her hoax, she’s being prosecuted for fraud and is looking at jail time for her offenses.

Yahoo! News has more:

State prosecutors will recommend that Kayla KcKelvey be sentenced to 90 days in jail and that she pay restitution of about $82,000 to cover the costs of the police response and heightened security at Kean University after the threats.

According to prosecutors, the 25-year-old McKelvey tweeted threats from a campus library because she wanted more people to attend [a] rally on racial issues. She then returned to the rally to tell people about the threats.

The university increased security, and several law enforcement agencies were also alerted, including the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.

The fake threats also caused black ministers to call on the university’s president to resign because they didn’t believe that he had done enough to combat the racial tension on campus. But as it turns out, the racial tension was being created by the social justice warriors to stir the pot and give them something to do.

The funny (or pathetic) thing about all of this is that McKelvey was forced to create racism on her school’s campus because there wasn’t enough to go around. She wanted people to attend a rally about racism, so she went out and fabricated racism in hopes it would get the attention of students and cause them to take action on it.

Sadly, this has become an epidemic of sorts, with numerous hoax hate crimes being perpetrated across the country in recent months. One such incident happened in New York, where a group of black female students claimed a bus full of white students assaulted them and used racial slurs; meanwhile, when video footage of the incident was revealed, it showed the three black girls as the aggressors, attacking white students and using racial slurs.

Think about it all for a second; groups like #BlackLivesMatter, aided by self-loathing white liberals, rely on racism – perceived or otherwise – to remain relevant and continue to spread their message of hate, which is the root of most of these fake racist incidents. But here’s the thing – if you have to create a problem in order to demonstrate there’s a problem, then the only real problem is your unwillingness to look within yourself and your community to find out where the real issues are.

Unfortunately, all these incidents do is erode the credibility of truly racist acts. Like the boy who cried wolf, people are becoming desensitized to the cries of racism and hatred, and they’re becoming increasingly frustrated with race being injected into everything, including incidents and scenarios that have nothing at all to do with the color of people’s skin.

With that said, the laws should be changed to where if someone is found guilty of perpetrating a hate hoax, they should have a minimum jail sentence of two or three years slapped on them because they’re not only disrupting their communities, but they’re increasing the divide in our nation. Maybe then we can start to heal as a country after years of divisive rhetoric from #BLM and other hate groups.

[H/T: Steven Crowder]



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