Student Arrested After Wearing Gorilla Mask, Carrying Bananas at Black Lives Matter Protest

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Read this story. The (((power elites))) have invented a NEW CRIME I’ve never heard of before. It would under normal circumstances be unconstitutional to arrest a banana loving joker in a gorilla mask.

Not anymore. Say bye-bye to your rights.

Be sure to read my email to Brian Noland, the president of ETSU, who is kicking gorilla mask man out of the university. This anti-white piece of shit is going to get his ass kicked by me before the day is done. In a nonviolent, legal manner of course. Noland has skeletons in his closet. I want to find out what they are.


A student at East Tennessee State University was arrested after police say he showed up at a Black Lives Matter rally wearing a gorilla mask and started handing out bananas.

WJHL News 11 reports ETSU Department of Public Safety officers responded to calls of a disturbance at a Black Lives Matter rally that was taking place on the campus on Wednesday afternoon. Officers arrived and say they observed a man wearing a gorilla mask handing out bananas to the protesters.

Officers arrested the man who was reportedly later identified as Tristan Rettke, a freshman student at ETSU. He was arrested on charges of civil rights intimidation. He was then taken to Washington County Detention Center for questioning.

Police say Rettke told them he learned several days ago that the rally was going to take place in a designated free speech area on campus, so he went to a store and purchased his props.

ETSU President Dr. Brian Noland told reporters Rettke was a member of a living learning community on campus, but he was not otherwise affiliated with other formals clubs, groups or athletic teams. According to the news report, Dr. Noland called Rettke’s actions “incomprehensible and intolerable” and he commended the protesters for “[rising] above hatred.”

The ETSU Administration also released a statement about the incident on Facebook:

In addition to the reported criminal charge of civil rights intimidation, university officials say Rettke has been placed on interim suspension from the school.

Tenn. Code Ann. § 39-17-309 prohibits civil rights intimidation and provides, in part:

(b) A person commits the offense of intimidating others from exercising civil rights who:

(2) Injures or threatens to injure or coerces another person with the intent to unlawfully intimidate another because that other exercised any right or privilege secured by the constitution or laws of the United States or the constitution or laws of the state of Tennessee;

(c) It is an offense for a person to wear a mask or disguise with the intent to violate subsection (b).

The violation of subsection (b) this statute is considered a Class D felony and punishable by between two and twelve years in state prison. The violation of subsection (c) is Class A misdemeanor, punishable by a term of less than one year in a county jail.

Read the law carefully. Rettke did not violate the law as it’s worded. He had no intent to “intimidate,” but rather to mock and ridicule. This arrest is a false arrest. However, he’s facing two years in prison and he’s being kicked out of the university.

My email to President Noland:

Dear President Noland,

Please explain to America how Mr. Rettke is the hater when Black Lives Matter is the group, funded by globalist George Soros, that intimidates, blocks freeways, violates the law with impunity, and worst of all, calls for the murder of police officers.

Mr. Rettke was clearly mocking and ridiculing the real haters. Mockery is not intimidation.

You sir, are simply despicable. You are a traitor to the Constitution, the decent people of Tennessee, and to the white race.

In the past, I’ve placed a $10,000 reward for information leading to the felony indictment, arrest, and conviction of university presidents who discriminate against white students. You, sir, are on notice that I’m seriously considering placing a like reward on your head. I wonder what kind of felonies you’ve committed that might send YOU to prison.

My site is The site has 2.5 million views a year from people in over 200 countries.

The placing of a reward on YOUR head is consistent with my First Amendment rights of free speech.

If the university’s legal department wants to try to intimidate me to dissuade me from putting a reward on you, then you have my email address. Go ahead and try to stop me.


9 thoughts on “Student Arrested After Wearing Gorilla Mask, Carrying Bananas at Black Lives Matter Protest

  1. That young white man is a hero. Why are there not millions more like him? The #googlelivesmattter activists are tiny in number. As he proved.

  2. Damn those bananas are so intimidating!

    But thugs with guns, oh they are just poor innocents getting shot up by police for no reason.

  3. Hhhhmmm…not only that but he was discriminated against and there should be a lawsuit addressing that. He was discriminated against on the grounds of § 39-17-309 (c). How? Well, transgenders disguise their identity and have been intimidating others who demonstrate in favor of toilet segregation or against deviant/unholy matrimony, do they not-especially when they label those they intimidate as “homophobic”? There is a double standard here when transgenders are not arrested when they disguise themselves by posing as the opposite sex in this case. And by the way, I want to be “transfinancial”….that is, to be rich when I am really not. Where’s my rights? Where is my enablement by those on high? I am being discriminated against and I know there are many of us. Where’s our justice? On a parallel note, I believe O’Bama is transpresidential, that the justice dept. is transjudicial, and Hillary is transfactual. Welcome to trannyland.

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