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    Student in Cowboy Costume at Wake Forest U. Prompts Accusations of Racism

    Student in Cowboy Costume at Wake Forest U. Prompts Accusations of Racism

    “uploaded to Snapchat where subsequent screenshots caused a furor around campus”

    Students mistook his lasso for a noose. This is what comes from the false racism panic being pushed on many campuses.

    The College Fix reports:

    Student in cowboy outfit causes racial angst at Wake Forest U.

    The latest example of college students’ hyper-vigilance for anything remotely “racist” comes from Wake Forest University where complaints were made about a person’s cowboy outfit.

    A photo of an “unidentified male” donned in what appeared to be a “noose” at a campus Subway was uploaded to Snapchat where subsequent screenshots caused a furor around campus. The caption on the photo reads “Lmao whoever this dude is or if I find out who are ! I will strangle you with that f**king noose you piece of sh*t!! People at Wake bro, y’all playing with life fr.”

    The Old Gold & Black reports someone ended up filing a Bias Incident Report (BIR). According to Chief Diversity Officer José Villalba, the “official” Bias Incident group concluded the person in the pic was “impersonating a cowboy by wearing a Western-style shirt with part of an American flag on it and a lasso across his chest and shoulder.”

    Nevertheless, Student Senators Miles Middleton and Fadi Narouz “understood” the lasso to be a noose, and at a February 12 Student Government General Assembly meeting decided to bring up the issue as well as other matters of a racial nature — like “Caucasian students behaving rudely to employees of color” and “students of color being scared to enter certain spaces on campus.”

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    JusticeDelivered | February 25, 2019 at 2:29 pm

    “Students mistook his lasso for a noose. This is what comes from the false racism panic being pushed on many campuses.”

    This is what comes from admitting really dull witted people to college. What kind of person does not understand what a lasso is and how it is used?


     
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    Milhouse | February 25, 2019 at 3:57 pm

    Since when did actual nooses become racist? A noose represents capital punishment, period. Many people executed for crimes they committed, or falsely convicted for crimes they didn’t commit, were black. Many people lynched, ditto, were also black.

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