Another day, another hoax from the left.
Kayla McKelvey, a black graduate of Kean University and member of the #BlackLivesMatter movement, took it upon herself to create a fake Twitter account in November, from which she anonymously threatened to kill every black student on campus.
— Alvert Hernandez (@Alvert_H) November 18, 2015
McKelvey created these disgusting posts in an attempt to prove that white supremacy was threatening students on campus. After posting, she actively spread these false threats, leading to loud calls for the university’s president to resign.
Now, she will spend 90 days in jail and pay a fine of $82,000 to cover the cost incurred by police and campus security’s response to her outrageous lies.
A hearty thank-you to law enforcement and the New Jersey justice system for holding McKelvey accountable. It’s something we could be doing a lot more of on today’s college campuses.
Because when your whole movement is a false narrative, creating the problem is your only solution.https://t.co/hMR4LFjXI9
— CoachB (@coachbryer) April 20, 2016