It what has caused much wringing of hands and clutching at pearls, the honchos at the US Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, Colorado, have been simply beside besides themselves since an apparent no-goodnick (obviously tied to Russia) has scrawled racist messages at strategically located areas throughout the school grounds.
As noted on the photo above, some nasty or nasties, wrote a rather unwelcoming message ostensibly aimed at five black cadets at the USAFA’s prep school.
Scrawled on a handful of dormitory room whiteboards (themselves a sign of micro-aggression), were the offending messages.
It was then that Lt. Gen. Jay Silveria sprang into full diversity action hero-mode in a speech that Kathleen Joyce of Fox News described as “an apparent bid to ding President Trump”.
The Academy’s superintendent’s five-minute spiel managed to make reference to Charlottesville, Ferguson, and the Colin Kaepernick-inspired “protest in the NFL” as Silveria describes the overtly anti American and anti-police displays by a bunch of over-paid and over-pampered frat boys.
Silveria’s obviously forced-outrage drew the praises from the likes of Sen John McCain (RINO-AZ), the ever-clueless ex-Veep Joe Biden, the Washington Post, Axios and The New York Times.
Unfortunately for the sufficiently angered PC Gestapo running the Chair Force’s school for snowflakes, the guilty party just happens to be one of the “targeted” black cadets.
The student who wrote the slurs, which were discovered in September outside the rooms of five black students at an Air Force Academy dormitory in Colorado Springs, Colo., was no longer at the school, the Academy confirmed. A spokesman declined to say whether the student withdrew or was expelled, citing privacy laws. The student’s name was not released.
In a written statement Tuesday, the academy said: “We can confirm that one of the cadet candidates who was allegedly targeted by racist remarks written outside of their dorm room was actually responsible for the act. The individual admitted responsibility and this was validated by the investigation.”