BREAKING: Woke mob at ASU tries to get Kyle Rittenhouse expelled
Who could have seen this coming?
My most recent Substack article was a leaked internal email from the Ford Foundation that exposed the woke mob at Arizona State University (ASU); prior to that, I wrote a 5,000+ word piece on the Rittenhouse trial; prior to that, I wrote an explosive story about the woke mob at ASU that landed me on Tucker. I have become somewhat of an expert on wokeness as it pertains to ASU specifically.
So when the news broke on Twitter in the wee hours of last night (h/t to Libs of TikTok) that ASU administrators were under pressure from the “woke mob” (for lack of a better term) to expel Kyle Rittenhouse, I couldn’t help but stay awake tonight to write this article all in one sitting with a bottle of wine. I looked it over once, quickly, then pressed “publish.” So forgive any typos or terrible grammar — I blame it on the wine. As far as I can tell, my humble Substack is the first outlet anywhere to publish this Rittenhouse news… successfully front-running the mainstream/legacy media yet again!
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Here is what happened last night:
Let’s pick each point apart, shall we?
#1 - Withdraw Kyle Rittenhouse from ASU
No, ASU won’t kick him out, if for no other reason than they simply do not have the legal grounds to do so. ASU is a public university, so unlike private universities, it is strictly required to uphold the First Amendment. Not to mention that Kyle did nothing wrong.
Perhaps more importantly, Kyle haters lack the sheer political capital to force ASU’s hand. It is over. Everyone knows Kyle won — nobody sane feels bad for the dead pedo or wife beaters… except for the self-described “socialist revolutionary” group known as Mecha de Asu. They are dragging this out because I think they like the attention/drama.
Not a single black person among them… in fact, hilariously, both the ASU Black African Coalition and African Student Association have remained conspicuously silent. They have not supported their Mexican comrades in this jihad.
Nah, it is not worth the headache for ASU to expel Kyle. ASU admins have already said that even if Kyle had gone to prison he could still continue his studies online from prison. He will be fine.
#2 - Release a statement against white supremacy and racist murderer Kyle Rittenhouse
This demand is actually plausible. I can almost see it coming any moment now.... it is just a question of exactly how mealy-mouthed their statement will be. Who can forget this banger after the Tekola incident, which dismissed a one-sided racist tirade as a simple “difference of opinion”:
Expect more of the same horseshit any moment now. It will be written by 20 Deans simultaneously so that no single Dean can be blamed for any single policy decision. What an embarrassing dearth of leadership. They need an adult to stand up, take responsibility, be a man, and tell these kids to STFU and sit down.
Reaffirm support for the multicultural centre on campus as a safe space from white supremacy, and redirect funding from ASU PD to support the multicultural centre and establishment of a caare centre on campus
Oh, Okay. Now I get it. You buried the lede. This was all about begging for more money for DEI initiatives. You want handouts. You could’ve just said that from the outset, instead of going through this whole horse and pony show! And you want to defund the police? Dumbasses. The first thing that pops up when you google “murders in Phoenix 2021” (ASU is located in Phoenix) is the following headline.
Do you want ASU to suffer the same fate as UChicago, who actively defanged their campus police over the past few years, and promptly had 3 students shot to death around campus this year… so far? This defanging was at least partly thanks to efforts from a particularly odious UChicago economist known as Damon Jones (well, actually, he works in the Public Policy school). I wonder if any of the dead kids were his pupils? Their names were Yiran Fan, Shaoxiong Zheng, and Max Lewis. I wonder if he feels bad about their deaths? He has never said anything about them. Weird.
Perhaps the ASU wokies worst crime — even worse than ruining society — is how terrible they are at writing (and don’t even have “being wine-tipsy” to blame it on!). Look, I am no Robert Frost myself, I am still in the early stages of learning to write, but it is painfully obvious in their writing that the average SAT score at ASU is 1245. Plus, these are Affirmative Action admits we are talking about, so let’s round that down to 1000. That puts their IQ in the double-digit range, which sounds about right, which is why they are at a party school with an 87% acceptance rate. It really shines through in their writing, as exemplified by the final blurb of this hissy fit:
“Even with a not-guilt verdict from a flawed “justice” system — Kyle Rittenhouse is still guilty to his victims and the fammiies of those victims. Join us to demand from ASU that these demands be met to protect studenst from a violent, blood-thirsty murderer”
A blood-thirsty murderer? Laughable. Just 2 days ago, the Independent reported that Kyle explicitly wants to attend on-campus, not just online. The only person at risk of being murdered here is Kyle himself — if not by some dysgenic Antifa freak, then by drowning in the unlimited torrent of free drinks and prime tail that will be thrown at him as he walks around campus. Poor guy.
What else is there to say. All 4 of their demands are fucking stupid and would make the administration look stupid. Where do we go from here? Mecha is having a meeting on Monday, November 29th followed by a rally on December 1st.
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