In another tweet, Kayla-Simone McKelvey was said to have claimed that the cops won't save anybody because they're black. She fueled two controversies with lies at the same time.
Police say 24-year-old Kayla-Simone McKelvey, who is black, left the Nov. 17 demonstration on Kean University’s campus and created an anonymous Twitter account to post a threat against black students.
“I will shoot any black person I see at Kean University,” she allegedly wrote in one tweet.
In another she allegedly stated, “the cops won’t save you….you’re black.”
A short time later, McKelvey returned to the rally and began to circulate details about the fake threat, according to police.
McKelvey, a former president of the Pan-African Student Union, has been charged with third-degree creating a public false alarm, The Star-Ledger reports.
McKelvey a former president of the Pan-African Student Union has been charged with a third-degree level of creating a false alarm. Despite the threat being false, some members of the rally remained undeterred.
The director of the African Studies Department argued that it was all still in the context of racism. Yes, it was in the context of racism created by an African American. Wait . . . isn't that how most of the racism we see in the news begins?