A member of the Kappa Alpha Theta sorority from the University of Kansas was forced to admit his “white privilege” and said his “values” shared on social media were not worthy of a sister of the sorority . His crime? Retweet an article by conservative scholar Candice Owens.
Katherine Lauer, a student at the University of Kansas and member of the Kappa Alpha Theta sorority, has been put on “discretionary probation” and ordered to take a week’s “social media posting vacation” and ‘perform a “personal think and clean up” because of her retweet of a popular article by conservative scholar Candice Owens.
The retweet advanced the original Owens article which read: “Black Lives Matter is an organization of white men, using the faces of dead blacks to raise millions of dollars to elect white Democrats to office. power.
The tweet was re-tweeted 54,400 times and liked 148,700 times.
Along with her probation, sorority superiors told Lauer that she should have an “open dialogue” with Allie Dew, COO of Kappa Alpha Theta, to get “a wider education from America today. ‘hui’.
Lauer was also tasked with monitoring his social media posts between October 19 and October 26, 2020, to “assess their alignment with the Kappa Alpha Theta online social media contract” and whether his posts help or hinder his ” personal brand ”, sorority, or women of another race.
The letter Lauer received advising him of the disciplinary action said, in part, that the decision “does not claim that you violated any rule or rule, but that you engaged in conduct unbecoming a member of Theta in because of the values you have made public. through social media and text communications went against the values of Theta and the disrespected women in our chapter.
Recently, several high-level progressives have spoken of the formation of a “Truth and Reconciliation Commission” designed to “deprogram” Trump supporters. This notion brings us back terribly to the re-education camps of post-war Vietnam where millions of people died at the hands of the communist regime.
Last summer, another college in Kansas, Kansas State University, launched a knee-jerk reaction to a social media joke that came just before Jaden McNeil’s expulsion. There too, it is the supporters of Black Lives Matter who take offense and ask for measures. The joke? McNeil had tweeted: “Kudos to George Floyd for being drug free for a whole month.”
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