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Black Student Pulls Hate Hoax; Wokies Protest Anyway

Graffiti of the n-word and death threats that prompted a walk out of over 1000 students at a Missouri high school was written by a black student in an all too familiar story.

The hate-filled messages in a bathroom stall were written by a black student at the Parkway Central High School in Missouri. The messages were discovered on Sept. 23, prompting a walk out. Superintendent Keith Marty let parents know that a black student was behind the vandalism but maintained his virtue signaling nevertheless.

“We remain hurt by the actions of the student, as it does not represent the values of our community,” Marty wrote, adding that he was “proud” of the mindless indoctrinated students for “proactively [leading] walkouts.” Read more…

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