Moronic Student Activist Charged With Making Fake Death Threats Against Black Students To Gain Support

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You may have heard about threats made against black students at Kean University last month. It’s more likely that you didn’t, because there are about ten people in the country that had heard of that place before this article, but they happened. People became scared. Nobody knew if they should be taken seriously or not. You know, all the usual shenanigans that follow a death threat.

This led to a storm of messages from the university’s president in support of the protesters — messages that, in hindsight, look pretty ridiculous.

Well, the investigation into the threats has been completed, and the real suspect has been identified as an activist within the movement. One who is so gifted with intelligence, she devised the idea of posting threatening tweets from the school’s own computer lab in order to drum up more support for her cause.

From CBS New York:

The Union County prosecutor’s office says McKelvey participated in a Nov. 17 rally on racial issues at Kean and then went to a computer station in a campus library and posted anonymous threats on Twitter against black students.

McKelvey then allegedly returned to the rally and tried to raise awareness about the threats. One tweet made reference to a bomb on campus; others were about shooting black students.

McKelvey, whose full name is Kayla-Simone McKelvey, graduated in May and tweeted the threats from an anonymous Twitter account that she made using the handle “@keanuagainstblk.” From that account, she posted the following tweets.


The first message around 10 p.m. said “kean university twitter against blacks is for everyone who hates blacks people” and a tweet about there being a bomb on the campus, and then continued with several other tweets about shooting black students at the university.

i will kill every black male and female at kean university

— kean university (@keanuagainstblk)

McKelvey is also responsible for a protest in March that was made to raise awareness of racism allegations against a Kean University protester. Those allegations were soon found to be entirely false.

From The Tower:

Little to no evidence has emerged to support the claims of student demonstrators who made several allegations against the Student Organization and a Kean psychology professor in March.

In follow up interviews with administration officials, SO members and students involved in the March 12 demonstration, it appears that a number of accusations were without any foundation and that some of those participating in the protest had no first-hand knowledge of any of the incidents that were alleged to have occurred.

Fucking idiot. Nothing more than a career troublemaker falsifying her way through life.

[via CBS New York,, The Tower]

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