Texas Christian University claims that Harry Vincent hurt the feelings of the Baltimore rioters by calling them “hoodrat criminals” and suggesting they be shipped off to the Sahara Desert.
How would TCU know that feelings were hurt? Well, the rioters were black and anything and everything said about blacks hurts their feelings. Remember the post about the black woman actress who was p*ssed because a white man complimented her hair?
Excerpt from the New York Post
DALLAS — A Texas Christian University student has been disciplined after posting online comments seen as racially offensive about current events, including rioting in Baltimore and the rise of the Islamic State, TCU officials said Friday.
TCU said Harry Vincent, a 19-year-old sophomore, violated two Student Code of Conduct provisions concerning “infliction of bodily or emotional harm” and “disorderly conduct.”
He has seen his campus access restricted by receiving a one-year suspension from extracurricular activities, on-campus living and the use of non-academic facilities such as the cafeteria and recreational center.
Among the comments are a Facebook post that reads: “These hoodrat criminals in Baltimore need to be shipped off and exiled to the sahara desert. Maybe then they’ll realize how much we provide for them (welfare, college tuition, obama’s phone’s, medicare, etc.).”
The comments were compiled by a childhood acquaintance from his native Maryland, posted on Tumblr with his social media handles and brought to the attention of the school.
“I’ve taken responsibility for the comments. I wrote them. I am sorry if the comments were offensive to anyone,” Vincent told Reuters on Friday.
“However, I still stand behind the fact that nothing I said was breaking a law and was protected under the Constitution.”
Vincent said his appeal of the suspension was denied and he has not decided yet on attending classes during the fall semester.
Not much of an apology, Harry. Good for you, guy. Stay strong and don’t let the bastards get you down. Your comments were Constitutional, but the a**holes who run TCU think they are the law unto themselves.