Kansas State University is launching an investigation, and offering students counseling, all because one of its students truthfully said, “Congratulations to George Floyd on being drug free for an entire month!”

By Daniel Alman (aka Dan from Squirrel Hill)

June 27, 2020

Jaden McNeil is a student at Kansas State University.

McNeil recently made the following tweet:

https://twitter.com/McNeilJaden/status/1276255988732039168

The text of McNeil’s tweet states:

“Congratulations to George Floyd on being drug free for an entire month!”

Thomas Lane is vice president for student life and dean of students at the university.

Lane responded to McNeil’s tweet with the following four statements, each of which appeared in its own tweet:

https://twitter.com/ThomasALane/status/1276503680825602049

https://twitter.com/ThomasALane/status/1276503688396374017

https://twitter.com/ThomasALane/status/1276503689516191744

https://twitter.com/ThomasALane/status/1276503690594201600

Here is the text from each of Lane’s four tweets:

“I’m aware of the Twitter posting by a K-State student. The lack of basic decency and care for how this post would impact others, especially our Black students, faculty, & staff already emotionally hurting from recent incidents of anti-Black violence is shameful and appalling.”

“It is in blatant opposition to the values we hold close and aspire to as a university, such as diversity, inclusion, civility and respect.”

“K-State condemns the post in the strongest of terms. It does not reflect who we are as confirmed by the outrage expressed by so many campus community members. Bigotry, prejudice & racism have no place here.”

“For those impacted by this incident, please know there are supportive resources available including The Office of Student Life, Counseling Services, @KStateDiversity”

All of Lane’s comments are complete nonsense.

The fact that the school is offering counseling to students who were “impacted” by McNeil’s tweet is absurd.

The claim that McNeil’s tweet is “bigoted, prejudiced, and racist” is false.

The only thing that matters to me is whether or not McNeil’s statement is true.

So let’s look at these three facts:

Fact #1: George Floyd’s autopsy showed that he had fentanyl, methamphetamine, and cannabinoids in his system when he died.

Fact #2: The date of Floyd’s death was May 25, 2020.

Fact #3: The date of McNeil’s tweet is June 25, 2020.

Based on these three facts, McNeil’s statement is true.

So Kansas State University is launching an investigation, and offering students counseling, all because one of its students made a statement which is true.

That is irrational, illogical, ridiculous, and absurd.

For those of you who aren’t offended by everything, here are two of my older blog posts that I think you might enjoy:

After years of hard work and studying, Trayvon Martin has earned a well deserved bachelor’s degree in aeronautical science from Florida Memorial University

Step by step guide on how to avoid getting shot and killed by George Zimmerman

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June 27, 2020. Tags: , , , , , . Social justice warriors.

One Comment

  1. Martin Looter King replied:

    All those who side with blm are complicit in the criminality.

    They are literal communists.

    K-St’s statements are violence perpetrated against Mcneil. .

    There can be no peace until K-St has been sanctioned by the Proud Boys.

    They must get down on their knees and recognize that the Proud Boys have a valid beef.

    The young Mcneil must receive reparations from the University, and University officials must attend a camp to be instructed on how to correctly deal with students like Mcneil.

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