“posted Bettinger’s name on social media, calling her a racist and urging her fellow students to demand her expulsion”
You know the most ironic thing about social justice warriors is that they would be the first to claim they are against bullying, but they’re the biggest bullies of all.
The Daily Wire reports:
Daughter Of Cop Punished By UVA For ‘Racist’ Remark After Social Justice Protesters Harassed, Doxxed Her
In the age of instant cancellation — just add Twitter — sometimes all it takes is one offhand remark to be overheard or misheard, and a nonentity can become an overnight pariah.
That is what happened to a University of Virginia student last summer whose senior year became the “year from hell” after she raised the hackles of local racial justice activists.
Morgan Bettinger was driving home on Friday, July 17 last year when she found her way blocked by protesters participating in the Black Women Matter Noise Demo on E High Street in downtown Charlottesville, Virginia.
The demonstrators were illegally blocking the road, her lawyer claims, and Bettinger was unable to drive past them, so the college senior parked her car and spoke briefly to a city dump truck driver who was blocking the road. According to Bettinger, she remarked to him that “it’s good that you are here or they could become speed bumps,” referring to the protesters.
Two protesters overheard pieces of that conversation and immediately spread the word that Bettinger had said that “the protesters would make good speed bumps.”
One of the organizers of the demonstration, Zyahna Bryant, a rising sophomore at UVA, posted Bettinger’s name on social media, calling her a racist and urging her fellow students to demand her expulsion. There is no known video of Bettinger making the remark, although Bryant claimed that at least 30 people witnessed it.
Bryant also posted video of the aftermath of the incident, which showed protesters surrounding Bettinger’s car and shouting at her, calling her a “Karen” and mocking her for “crying.” The protesters follow her car as she backs away from them. Her windows are rolled up and she appears to be on her cell phone.
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