MANHATTAN, NY – Journalist and television personality Megyn Kelly has swiftly pulled her two sons out of a school after seeing a horribly offensive letter aimed at white people.
The letter was passed around through the school’s “diversity group,” which Kelly is a part of. The letter accused white people of “reveling in state-sanctioned depravity” and compared white children to “killer cops”.
There was also mention of the George Floyd incident in Kenosha, Wisconsin and other police-related events.
At first, Kelly related, that even though the school’s left-leaning attitude did not mesh with her own feelings, she “didn’t really care”.
On Monday, Megyn Kelly said on her podcast, “The Megyn Kelly Show”:
“After years of resisting it, we’re going to leave the city. The schools have always been far-left, which doesn’t align with my own ideology, but I didn’t really care, most of my friends are liberals, it’s fine.
“I come from a Democrat family, I’m not offended at all by the ideology, and I lean center-left on some things.”
In her podcast, Kelly read portions of the letter, which was written by executive director of the nonprofit Orleans Public Education Network, Nahliah Webber. It was posted in a blog titled “If You Really Want to Make a Difference in Black Lives, Change How You Teach White Kids”.
“There is a killer cop sitting in every school where white children learn. They gleefully soak in their whitewashed history that downplays the holocaust of indigenous native peoples and Africans in the Americas.
“They happily believe their all-white spaces exist as a matter of personal effort and willingly use violence against black bodies to keep those spaces white.”
The letter (and Kelly) continued:
“I am tired of white people reveling in their state-sanctioned depravity, snuffing out black life with no consequences. Where’s the urgency for school reform for white kids being indoctrinated in black death and protected from the consequences?
“Where are the government-sponsored reports looking into how white mothers are raising culturally deprived children who think black death is okay?”
Kelly did not reveal the name of her sons’ former school. However, in a recent post about the Covid-19 death of her son’s music teacher, she described the institution as a “Collegiate School, a $55,900-a-year, K-12, all-boys school just off Riverside Boulevard between West 61st and 62nd streets”.
After reading the letter, Kelly sounded off:
“They’ve gone around the bend. They have gone off the deep end.”
Kelly, who said she is also pulling her daughter out of her school, slammed Webber’s opinions.
“Which boy in my kid’s school is the future killer cop? Is it my boy? Which boy is it? Because I don’t happen to believe that they’re in there.”
Megyn Kelly recently interviewed a man on her podcast who gave her some startling information:
“I had a long conversation this morning with a man from within a major American institution, one that has been considered institutionally conservative, who reported to me that anti-white “wokeness” has captured the leadership.”
One could say Megyn Kelly has been on fire as of late. In another race-related story just last week, she trounced on Joe Biden, other Democrats and leftists as they called for “unity” with conservatives after years of painting them as racists, bigots and deplorables.
She jumped into the fray and responded to a Joe Biden tweet about unity:
“Written like a man who’s been in his basement for a year.”
Many of Biden’s defenders joined the discussion and criticized her. She did not relinquish her position though, and pointed out the “disingenuous” nature of the communication, given the hate and hostility thrown at Trump and his supporters over the last four years.
Austan Goolsbee, a University of Chicago economist, gained one of her responses:
“Half of the country has been demonized as awful for four years just for supporting their president who was falsely accused of Russian collaboration, wrongly impeached & attacked relentlessly by the [left] & a dishonest media.
“And now it’s ‘let’s heal!’ ‘Unity!’ Good luck.”
Megyn Kelly spent 13 years at Fox News, transitioning to NBC in 2017. She now works as an independent journalist and is the host of her own podcast.
College professor: ‘Back the Blue’ rally should be called ‘white supremacy’ rally
OMAHA, NB– A professor at Crieghton University is facing backlash after he offered to “fix” a news headline by describing a “Back the Blue” rally as a “white supremacist rally.”
On Friday, the Jesuit university apologized on behalf of the professor, Zachary B. Smith. Smith is a professor of theology at Creighton University. Below is the screen shot of the original tweet that has since been deleted:
According to Campus Reform, Smith tweeted July 7th in response to an article published by the Omaha World-Herald. The article, headlined “‘Back the Blue’ rally in Omaha to show support for law enforcement,” discussed details for an upcoming rally in Omaha to show support for law enforcement.
Creighton College Republicans released a statement Friday addressing Smiths tweet:
“At Creighton University, we are reminded daily of the Jesuit Values, principles that we use to guide our words and actions, ‘Men and Women for and With Others,’ is a cornerstone of our philosophy; we are called to support the marginalized, strive for justice and live for others.
“Attacking law enforcement, the people who protect, defend, and pursue justice for the most marginalized among us is disingenuous and hypocritical.”
Creighton College Republics President Tyler Henningsen, a rising sophomore studying marketing and economics with a minor in political science, told Campus Reform that he was frustrated when he saw Smith’s tweet.
“I always have been aware that Creighton is more of a liberal school. But it was very disheartening to see someone who is protected by the Omaha Police Department and the law enforcement around Creighton nullify them to such an extent where he felt the need to call them ‘white supremacists.”
“I think it shows an inherent flaw in the education system. We’ve transitioned away from traditional learning of, you’re presented with two side of an argument or two sides of an issues and you’re able to make up your own mind.”
“It’ something we’ve seen at college campuses over the past thirty, forty, fifty years where there’s an increasing amount of bias instead of education.”
Early Friday afternoon, just one day before the rally was to take place, Smith’s account was deleted from Twitter. Later that day, the University released a statement on its own Twitter profile stating that:
“The faculty member regrets his statement and sincerely apologizes for the offense it has caused.”
Henningsen believes that the statement from the university and Smith deleting his Twitter account are not enough.
“I really don’t think that’s sufficient for the situation. He should apologize publicly instead of forcing the university to do it for him.”
In a statement made directly to Campus Reform, the university assured that:
“The views expressed by a Creighton University faculty member on his personal social media account concerning the Back the Blue even are not those of the university.”
Henningsen attended the “Back the Blue” rally in Omaha on Saturday and told the Campus Reform that there was an overwhelming amount of support for law enforcement at the event. He also reported that every speaker at that rally was a minority or a person of color.
He ended with this:
“That doesn’t sound like a white supremacist rally to me.”
According to his faculty page, Smith’s scholarships deal mainly with late antique, medieval, and Byzantine Christianity, focusing on asceticism and monasticism, and the relationship between Christianity and Greco-Roman society. Aside from religion courses, Smith also teaches in the Women and Gender Studies Program.
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This is hardly the first instance of a liberal professor pushing his ideals out via social media. Here’s another recent example brought to you by Law Enforcement Today.
Recently, a graduate student and teaching assistant for the University of Georgia made comments on Facebook that he does not believe are controversial.
“Some white people may have to die for black communities to be made whole.”
Irami Osei-Frampong said that his words are not a call to violence, but that it should be something to be considered as an option.
These words are troubling in and of themselves, especially during the tumultuous times the United States is currently in. Riots and clashes between innocent persons and those attending the “peaceful protests” are becoming commonplace. Tensions are high between the police, citizens, and the protesters.
All it takes is a spark, like the words of Osei-Frampong, to turn any future encounters into a blood bath.
If this was not bad enough, Osei-Frampong did not stop at his call to violence against white people, but rather continued on a rant full of racism, insults, sexist remarks not only to white people, but to black people as well.
A search of Osei-Frampong’s name led me to his Youtube channel and I sat through his latest video, posted on June 19th.
Osei-Frampong described his disdain for the police in this country, specifically in Athens, Georgia. He equated law enforcement to “police terrorism” and cited 2018 stats from a jail which showed the majority of those incarcerated were black males.
Osei-Frampong used this to illustrate how police view black people as objects, “things to throw away.” However, he does not mention what crime the person had been arrested for, let alone convicted for in his argument.
Could there by racist cops in Athens, I would be naive to say no. However, would any reasonable person conclude that the majority of one race who had been arrested, charged, and convicted have been so merely because of the color of their skin? It’s not likely.
Osei-Frampong does not stop there.
He continues on to say how the media needs to be controlled in order to give the people accurate information, which is, of course, his point of view as to what is occurring in society. He specifically states that if you do not control the media, the “information is distorted,” implying that all media is fake, and therefore, must be controlled by him or at least someone with his same ideology.
Osei-Frampong’s goes on to explain what he believes needs to happen in order for society to be fixed, starting off with the dismantling of “white families.”
“The number of white people in the suburbs [and] other areas of upper white urban areas rape each other in such high numbers that it is astounding.”
Apparently, he believes that it is not normal for a white couple to have normal sexual relations, but rather, that the white male merely rapes his wife over and over again. The white wife is okay with this because “spousal rape” is normalized and that the wife prefers to be able to live with white privilege, like living in a house, driving a nice car, having a family, etc.
His take on that is completely news to me, because I thought that living in a house, having a car, and a family is something that all races did, not just those with so called “white privilege.”
After all, isn’t that the American Dream?
And if insulting all white people in the United States was not enough, he went on to describe what he thought of successful black people.
Osei-Frampong explains that a black person who is successful only comes about by “kissing white butts.” Also, news to me as I have known or read about black people who have made themselves very successful, not because of kissing anyone’s rear end, but rather due to their work ethic and determination.
He also believes that white people simply do not have conversations or relationships with black people. Osei-Frampong illustrates this by saying that white people pay others to speak to black people for them, so they do not have to. And black people only speak to white people because they are scared of them since white people are “erratic and have guns.”
Osei-Frampong believes the fix to the United States is to redesign white families, churches and schools. He believes that “white Christianity” is trash and needs to be done away with because churches are a haven for slavery.
I am not certain how one discerns the difference between white Christianity and black Christianity, but, maybe in his next Youtube video, Osei-Frampong will enlighten us.
It is amazing to me that someone like Osei-Frampong is still employed.
A check of his professor grades assigned to him by students at the University of Georgia on RateMyProfessors.com shows that many feel that he is racist, sexist, and just insulting.
Although I agree with those poor grades, I also am concerned about the amount of people that feel he is a good professor.
People like Osei-Frampong make me scared to send my children to college. I hope that the University of Georgia will not stand with anyone who calls on the slaughter of any race and pray they do the right thing in terminating his employment.
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