A video released Thursday showed two students at Arizona State University being harassed over their race and a Police Lives Matter sticker displayed on one of their laptops.
The video was filmed by a self-identified Black student, who attempted to coerce the two White men into leaving the campus study hall by shouting racist epithets, and claiming that they were not of the proper race to commune at the campus hall.
“You’re offensive,” shouted the Black student, accompanied by another student. “You’re making this space uncomfortable.”
“I wasn’t trying to offend you guys,” said of the White students, with fellow ASU undergrads in the background also attempting to cool down the race-baiters filming the video.
As the White students began to expound on why their personal views or race shouldn’t factor in to their presence on campus, the two liberal instigators began to mock their stances — attempting to degrade the two by stating that being White is culturally worthless.
“White is not a culture, say it to the camera,” announced one of the Black students.
“This is the violence that ASU does, and this is the type of people they protect. This White man thinks he can take up our space.”
The Black students continued to barrage the two men with insensitive remarks, until one of the targeted students frustratingly shouted, “I’m working 60 hours a week and going to school because my parents don’t just give me money!”
ASU’s Dean of Students Office was notified of the incident and released a statement, claiming that the school will be meeting with both parties to discuss what led to the racist remarks by the Black students.
One of the Black students’ final remarks regarding the Police Lives Matter sticker proved that the harassment was no more than indoctrination adopted from groups like Black Lives Matter — militant proponents of Critical Race Theory.
“This offends us automatically because these people kill people like me. So you’re promoting our murders.”
On Thursday’s episode of OutKick the Show, Clay Travis analyzed the dangers that American society faces by adopting vacuous mottos and racist indoctrination meant to condemn cops — a standard that is now applicable to citizens that support the police.
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