NY High School Calls Cops Over 'White Student Union' Instagram Page With Single Pic Of Ben ShapiroChris Menahan
Oct. 18, 2018
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Brighton Central School District administrators "immediately" called police after finding a "White Student Union" Instagram page on Tuesday which appears to have been created to mirror the school's formally recognized Black Student Union's page.
Police reportedly responded by launching a full investigation into the page, despite the account having just 9 followers and containing just one single post with a picture of Ben Shapiro along with the text, "This man will lead us into the new age. His thoughts and philosophies are 100 percent encouraged by WSU."
From Democrat and Chronicle:
The Brighton Police Department and the Brighton Central School District are investigating an Instagram account supposedly representing a white student union at Brighton High School.It's probably a Nazi conspiracy to overthrow the school district and launch "A Thousand-Year Reich" in its place under supreme leader Ben Shapiro. Better call in the FBI, ATF, DHS and the Coast Guard to get on this case immediately.
Dan Goldman, the district's communications coordinator, said in a statement that the school learned of the account Tuesday evening and immediately notified Brighton Police.
"The account promoted the ideas of a particular commentator but did not express a threat or direct comments at any individuals," Goldman said. "The account has since been removed. We will continue to investigate this matter and support students in every way possible."This reads like a sarcastic joke.
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