It doesn’t take long to recognize a pattern of behavior. We are constantly pointing out the patterns exhibited by entities like the NAACP and the Charleston County School Board.
We first took notice of the pattern exhibited by those running the Charleston County School District when they tried to vilify a white teacher, Elizabeth Kandrac, when she complained about racial abuse, threats and violence at the hands of black students. In their zeal to cover up black racism CCSD ended up costing the taxpayer a considerable sum.
In 2012 CCSD failed to discipline a black student who assaulted and verbally abused white 10th grade biology teacher Heather Leamon. That one will cost the taxpayers a few dollars more.
In 2007 white teacher Brandy Stokes sued CCSD for refusing to address racial hostility directed at her by black students. That one cost a few dollars, too.
Even when black students and their parents complained about racial intimidation by black students at Zucker Middle School CCSD refused to address the issue, resulting in yet another lawsuit. In that same article you will discover yet another federal lawsuit has been filed by a white student who was racially bullied and had to drop out of Baptist Hill High School as a result. That student had Heather Leamon as a teacher before he was forced to leave school by black racists who are continuously coddled by the District.
In 2013 a white student having problems with the daughter of a black CCSD employee made some comments on Twitter that mirrored some rap lyrics and a phrase commonly used by black folks and in rap music. That student was suspended for three days, which turned into five days, which turned into thirteen days. The harder the white student fought the more CCSD piled on, even attempting to keep her from graduating. For using the phrase, “I wish a nigga would”, CCSD punished the student by sentencing her to community service in the dangerous Liberty Hill neighborhood of North Charleston.
How many times do you reckon that white student heard the word “nigga” while she was in Liberty Hill?
A lawsuit was filed in that case of the District and the Board branding that student a racist. We have been told the school district quietly settled with that student, but we thought one of their responses to the lawsuit was quite telling. Spend a minute on the first paragraph of CCSD’s request for summary judgement.
And that, folks, is the crux of the problem with the Charleston County School District and most of those who run it. They simply have no idea. When it comes to preventing or dealing with racism in the Charleston County school system, the District and the Board only know one thing - only whites can be racist. They obviously don’t mind making that belief public knowledge, either.
The latest example, the watermelon fiasco at Academic Magnet High School, definitely removes all doubt. WCBD News picked up on a little something everyone else missed and actually engaged in a little bit of investigation to turn up a document that is very revealing. Don’t give them too much credit, though, because the Moultrie News actually reported these details on 22 October and did a better job of it.
The document indicates that board member Michael Miller was the first to whine about football players smashing and eating watermelons in a victory ritual. Superintendent Nancy McGinley checked it out with the principle at AMHS on 13 October and was informed there were no racial overtones to the victory celebration. That should have been the end of it. Everything was hunky-dory until 16 October when Miller whined some more and McGinley bowed to the idiot.
McGinley sent Associate Superintendent Louis Martin to investigate. He is the same guy who tried to slam the hell out of the white girl who typed “I wish a nigga would” on her personal Twitter feed. The second paragraph of the response shown above deals directly with Martin and CCSD, claiming they are immune from lawsuits because they work for the government and they can victimize all the white folks they want to without fear of retribution. Heck, they can even victimize black folks who try to the tell the truth, as evidenced by the Zucker Middle School case. That claim is a common thread through all of the lawsuits mentioned above. So is Louis Martin.
When Martin headed off to AMHS to interrogate the football team he took a professional “diversity consultant” by the name of Kevin Clayton with him. Clayton is paid by the school district. So, now we have teenagers being detained (McGinley’s own words) and interrogated by a white associate superintendent who has a history of railroading white folks, ignoring complaints of white and black students and discounting employee complaints in the name of political correctness.
Those teenagers were also being interrogated by a black guy who makes a living off of allegations of racial bias and “fixing” those racists. You know that “racial grievance industry” we keep talking about? Diversity consultants are part of that. With no evidence of racial conflict, diversity consultants are out of a job.
Professional racism hunters Martin and Clayton, who are apparently prone to finding racism in just about anything and everything, came away from the interrogations of the students with a completely different view of the incident than the AMHS principle had. Not surprising. You would think those in the education field would at least have a basic understanding of the term “confirmation bias”. Since they obviously don’t, we will help them out.
We can’t help but wonder if McGinley or her predecessor ever sent Clayton to talk with the black student from Zucker Middle School, the white student from Baptist Hill, or any of the white teachers who ended up with significant additions to their bank accounts thanks to the negligence of the District and the Board in addressing the real racism evident in their facilities. Did they send the diversity consultant in to “detain” the black students accused of racial and sexual harassment directed at their white female teachers? We tend to doubt it.
Not too long after the “fact finders” interrogated the students Coach Walpole was fired from his coaching duties. McGinley and her biased racism hunters were in for quite a shock when the community rose to the defend the Coach and demand his reinstatement. Of course, the NAACP resisted and decided to issue a statement because desperately crying “racism!” even when the evidence to the contrary is overwhelming is what they do. It is how they generate donations which never seem to get used for advancing “colored people”.
You see, in all of the cases mentioned above, with the exception of the white female who tweeted “I wish a nigga would” there was minimal opposition from the public. That case generated enough public attention that the District relented on most of the punishment handed down to that student. The outcry stemming from the firing of Coach Walpole was more than McGinley could bear. She was stunned that the firing of a man like Walpole would draw such a hue and cry. She obviously believed the Coach was most assuredly a racist for not immediately realizing black folks didn’t like to see watermelons getting bashed. Well, at least that is what her professional racism hunters told her, anyway.
McGinley found herself having to back-pedal after she and the Charleston County School District and their professional racism hunters called an innocent white teacher and football coach a racist on the national stage. Of course, they fired the man without bothering to even discuss the issue with him.
McGinley also failed to factor in the upcoming election on November 4th. The CCSD wants Charleston County voters to blindly hand them a ton of cash without knowing exactly how that money will be spent. When citizens raised a stink about the firing of Coach Walpole the school board panicked. Voters who are angry are less likely to hand over a bundle of cash and might vote against the ballot initiative the board has been pushing with fraudulent statistics while giving the public the slimy smile of a used car salesman and telling them, “Just trust us.”
Dot “it’s a badge of honor to kill a nigger” Scott of the NAACP seemed a bit indignant when she reported to the media she had spoken to the Coach and he said he didn’t see anything racist in beating up and consuming a watermelon. She did claim the Coach apologized, though, as if the alleged apology was some sort of admission. We addressed that. She then compared the act of one black kid and a bunch of white kids bashing and eating a watermelon to a group of black kids urinating on the official flag of the Confederacy. Yes, she did.
Lawyer and Democrat Representative from the Liberty Hill neighborhood, Seth Whipper, joined the fray and demanded the football season for AMHS be forfeited and the assistant coaches fired. Because, hey, black politicians elected by black folks in black districts gerrymandered to ensure black politicians can be elected based solely on the color of their skin have to actually step up and participate in the faux racism hunt from time to time to show they are down with the struggle.
Two days after firing Walpole, McGinley found herself having to reinstate him in an attempt to save face. Her professional racism hunters had let her down. The heat from the public was intense. The heat from the school board even more so because they have been salivating over all the taxpayer money they want you to give them on election day. The school board had to do something quick and heat was applied.
Once she “reinstated” Walpole, McGinley found herself suffering the slings and arrows of the people she has been catering to for years. People like those of the NAACP, the utterly bogus National Action Network, and a few other racist organizations and individuals who make money from screaming “Raccciiiissssmmmmm!” as loudly as they can while spreading their own virulent brand of it.
One condition of his “reinstatement” was that Coach Walpole take some racial sensitivity classes. Care to guess what kind of company teaches those classes? Yep, companies owned by folks who call themselves “diversity consultants”. And they certainly don’t provide that indoctrination for free. Follow the money.
The racists were out in full force when their go-to hunter of white racism and ignorer-in-chief of black racism in the district submitted her resignation. They were stunned, asking themselves, “Uh-oh! Who will victimize outspoken whites, ignore reality and cater to our demands now?” What a quandary!
Now they have found yet another reason to claim racism and bitch and moan with the (some say forced) resignation of the Superintendent. McGinley’s temporary replacement is a white guy and the black racists are furious that a less qualified black female was not chosen. They are foaming at the mouth. We are sure both of those folks have some of the qualifications required to hold the position, but one of them actually holds whatever certification educators have deemed is necessary for the job of superintendent. Who has a certificate stating he has met all requirements to be a superintendent? Well, it’s the white guy.
That does not matter to the racists, however. Folks at the NAACP, Sharpton’s scam organization called the National Action Network and Democrat Representative Wendell Gilliard are demanding the Board toss out the white guy and replace him with the black woman, because, well, she’s black. That is all that matters to the racists.
Isn’t it interesting how those who claim to detest racism want someone appointed to a position based solely on race, ignoring all other factors? Go figure. You might have noticed these folks make no effort to hide their racism. The blast it all over the news and in letters to publicly elected bodies and boards.
It does serve as a great example of where true racism can be found, though.
We will close this article out with a small request.
Please don’t tell Rep. Seth Whipper, Rep. Wendell Gilliard, Dot “it’s a badge of honor to kill a nigger” Scott, the NAACP, the National Action Network or any of the multitude of other racists about the product shown below. The bleeding watermelon BB gun target would just whip those racists into a frenzy against the Daisy company. Jesse and Al would probably stage protests at their corporate headquarters to demand (extort) some sort of “apology fee” for offending blacks with a bleeding watermelon target that white people are probably shooting at with hearts full of racism. This would result in Daisy stopping production of this neat little item as they cave to political correctness like so many corporations before them. That in turn would probably lead to them laying off some employees, some of whom would inevitably be black. Which wouldn’t bother the racists one bit. At least they would have some hush money in their pockets - the average hard working black factory worker be damned.