While the cancel mob continues it’s crusade on America, they’ve turned their sights over to a Kansas State student named Jaden McNeil, over a joke he had made on Twitter. The outraged mob of teachers, students and sports coaches condemned McNeil’s joke while turning a blind eye to some of the physical threats being launched on their campuses.
While these threats continue publicly, without any outcry from Kansas State officials, threatening direct messages flooded McNeils inbox.
All of this comes soon after the dean of the college of architecture’s son tweeted what could be perceived as threats of violence directed towards McNeil. The threats received no attention from the school’s administration.
The Dean of the College of Architecture's son Tweeted what could be perceived as threats of violence directed towards me. Is this the sort of rhetoric K-State deems acceptable from their students? @KState @kstatearch pic.twitter.com/wcYpICJipB
— Jaden McNeil (@McNeilJaden) June 6, 2020
While free speech on campus is something worth fighting for, so says the Donald Trump administration, threats of physical violence remain unimpeded by Kansas State officials, as they condemn jokes online.
We are launching an immediate review of the university’s options. Black Lives Matter at Kansas State University and we will continue to fight for social justice.
— K-State (@KState) June 26, 2020
— The K-State Family (@thekstatefamily) June 26, 2020
Recent tweets from a K-State student downplaying the Black Lives Matter effort and the tragic and senseless death of George Floyd are disgusting and totally inappropriate and not reflective of who we are as a University or our Athletic Department.
— Gene Taylor (@KSTATEADGT) June 26, 2020