Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s student government president was removed from his position after it was revealed he was involved in perpetrating two hate-crime hoaxes, according to reports.
MIT was sent into an uproar when hateful messages were chalked on the quad in Feb. and April and offensive posters appeared on walls at the school. The messages and posters targeted LGBTQ people, Latinos, and other so-called “marginalized communities.”
But it turned out that Undergraduate Association President David Spicer put up the posters himself, and now students are clamoring for his ouster from his role.
Not only has Spicer refused to apologize for the hate-crime hoax, he is defending the move.
Per the College Fix:
“My decision to participate in the postering campaign was not one made lightly. I decided to join in the effort because I wanted, and still want, an MIT that supports students on the margin,” Spicer wrote in an April 27 op-ed in the student newspaper The Tech.
“When I opened Canva to make posters quoting pro-conversion therapy arguments, I was reminded of my time in the Texas conversion therapy center that my father sent me to. But whatever discomfort I felt, I knew it was also important to show that policy needs to change,” he wrote.
“While I know that President [Sally] Kornbluth probably has not had to deal with homophobia in her life, I have and probably will for the rest of my life. I want the MIT administration to know the tax they impose on marginalized communities.”
Prior to this lie, Spicer was celebrated for “representing” the gay agenda.
This is how these liars in the radical gay movement operate.
They really face little persecution in this country. So, they have to make it up.
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