A now-viral video taken at a California university shows the moment that a black female liberal student spotted a lone white male student with his hair in dreadlocks, and you have to see what happened to believe it.
The incident unfolded at San Francisco State University, and it shows just how far detached from reality some people have become, thanks to the hard-core progressive indoctrination at colleges across the nation. TheBlaze reported that Corey Goldstein was minding his own business when he was approached by a female black student, and if someone hadn’t been filming, things likely would have turned violent.
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The liberal snowflake saw Goldstein and immediately accused him of “cultural appropriation” – a term invented by cultural Marxists that describes the act of “stealing” a tradition or custom from a culture not of your own, like a sombrero on Cinco de Mayo – because he was wearing his hair in dreadlocks, which shows her ignorance. When Goldstein tried to explain to her that she’ not Egyptian – where dreadlock originated – things became mighty tense.
“You’re saying I can’t have a hairstyle because of your culture? Why?” he asks.
“Because it’s my culture,” the woman replied.
Goldstein explained the origin of dreadlocks and asked, “Are you Egyptian? Nah.”
“Are you Egyptian? Wait, where’s Egypt? Tell me. Where’s Egypt?” she shot back as she got in his way from leaving.
“Yo, girl. Stop touching me,” Goldstein said to her.
“Come back. Come back,” she said as she pulled him back down the stairs by the arm.
“I don’t need your disrespect,” Goldstein said.
At this point, she realized that someone had been filming and asked “why you filming this?”
The cameraman said it was for “everyone’s safety,” and at the point she reached for it and the picture went dark.
According to KRON-TV, Goldstein said he had asked the woman for a flyer and she refused, telling him “Sorry, we don’t want people with your hair here.”
Police were called to the incident when it occurred, and unsurprisingly, the black snowflake wasn’t charged with anything. The college then released a statement regarding the altercation.
“San Francisco State University promotes the rights of the campus community to engage in free speech, but does not condone behavior that impedes the safety or well-being of others,” the statement said in part. “We are taking the matter seriously and will promptly and thoroughly investigate this incident through applicable University channels, including our campus student conduct procedures.”