Last weekend, residents of an Albion College dorm found racist and anti-Semitic graffiti had been written on several walls in the building. The graffiti included messages such as “white lives matter,” “white power,” and “666 on top of a Star of David, alongside “let’s kill all N*****.” This hate crime quickly became a hate hoax after the artist turned out to be a black student.
Via video evidence, the perpetrator was quickly identified. MLive, a local Michigan media outlet, reported that Albion police brought the 21-year-old student in for questioning. He admitted to writing the messages.
Albion Police Chief Scott Kipp told MLive that once the investigation has been completed, “the information will be submitted to the Calhoun County Prosecutor’s Office for any charges related to the incident.”
Before it was revealed that a black student was responsible for this “hate crime,” students were said to be so shaken, they hosted a campus boycott and held a march. WWMT News reported that “some students say they don’t feel safe on campus over recent racial incidents.”
— Trisha McCauley (@TrishaWWMT) April 5, 2021
Even after the student was identified, the college’s administration continued to coddle the children. They sent out a series of tweets to let them know they will heal together. The college’s faculty and staff wanted students to know they’re taking action to repair their community and that they have the student’s backs.
I tell you what. Any student who needs “healing” because somebody wrote “white lives matter” on a wall in their dorm better grow up fast because they are no longer children.
This minor incident is a microcosm of what’s taken place across America. Universities have done the country a huge disservice by brainwashing a whole generation of students into believing their woke BS. If you teach a child fear and intolerance, they will become afraid and intolerant.
Candace Owens discussed this issue recently on Fox News’ “Life Liberty and Levin.” She made the very smart recommendation that Americans should stop donating to their alma maters because we are directing funding this twisted, nefarious mindset. I think that is a brilliant idea. And that’s just the start.
Earlier today, we identified the individual responsible for the racist and anti-Semitic graffiti in Mitchell Towers. The student, who was acting alone, acknowledged their responsibility for these incidents (1/5)
They have been immediately removed from campus and placed on temporary suspension while we conduct a full investigation as part of our student judicial process. (2/5)
But we know the acts of racism that have occurred this week are not about one particular person or one particular incident. We know that there is a significant history of racial pain and trauma on campus and we are taking action to repair our community. (3/5)
We will change and heal together as a community, because we are committed to doing the work. (4/5)
Right now, we encourage all members of our community to listen, respond and care for one another, and lean on the faculty, staff, and community members who have been gathering today to make sure we are supporting you. We have your back. (5/5)