Philly Paper Goes After High School Girls For Using N-WordChris Menahan
Mar. 12, 2018
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The Philadelphia Tribune ran an attack piece on two high school girls for using the n-word as a joke on their personal social media accounts.
From The Philadelphia Tribune, "Conestoga High School students caught on video using n-word":
A video that went viral earlier this week sparked anger as two students were seen and heard using a racial slur on social media.I'm not going to post the video, you can see it on their site if you want. It's a 20 second clip without context from Periscope. Odds are they had only a couple viewers as the chat box never even moves.
Tredyffrin/Eastown Superintendent Richard Gusick wrote in a statement:
"T/E School District strongly condemns this and all forms of racist language. Although this video was not made during school, it has hurt and offended many in our school community. This is unacceptable behavior, and it will not be tolerated. The school will investigate fully and apply consequences as appropriate. T/E School District will continue to stand for respect and inclusion, with schools where all are welcomed to learn."The story got picked up by other left-wing propaganda organs who went even further, pushing for one of the girls to be stripped of her college scholarship:
Incidentally, students at Harvard can advocate for white people to kill themselves en masse without repercussion:
As I said last week, the media has given up on holding the powerful to account and is now instead focused on hunting down private citizens for public humiliation.
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