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Tuesday, May 28, 2024

Another BLM Hate Hoax Exposed at U.Va

'I was physically shaking and very taken aback by the whole experience...'

(Dmytro “Henry” AleksandrovHeadline USA) A Black Lives Matter activist accused a student at the University of Virginia of saying that she and other BLM activists would “make good f*ck*ng speed bumps,” which resulted in the expulsion of the student from the university in 2020.

However, an extensive investigation and court trial revealed that the allegations were not true and that the student never made these racist comments, according to the Post Millennial.

Morgan Alyse Bettinger was accused of making the racist remark about Zyahna Bryant and other BLM protesters during a Black Women Matters protest in Charlottesville, Va., in 2020.

These false allegations were quickly spread by news outlets like C-VILLE Weekly and the U.Va student newspaper, the Cavalier Daily. Bryant also called for Bettinger to be expelled.

U.Va released a statement, in which the university indicated that they started investigating the matter. However, that reportedly wasn’t enough for the leftist mob, so, after receiving pushback for “coddling little white girls,” U.Va. decided to cave by punishing Bettinger without having all of the evidence on their hands.

The Post Millennial also reported that on Sept. 28, 2020, the University Judiciary Committee jury sentenced Bettinger to “50 hours of community service with a social justice organization, three meetings with an assigned professor to teach her about ‘police-community relations,’ an apology letter to Bryant and and the expulsion in abeyance.”

However, a student-run investigation revealed that Bryant is a liar.

“Bettinger was driving home from work on East High Street, near downtown Charlottesville, when she saw a dump truck blocking the road ahead,” according to court documents on July 17, 2020.

“Bettinger says the truck didn’t appear to be completely blocking the intersection of East High and 4th Street, so she kept driving.”

She then parked her car to investigate why the truck was blocking the road. Bettinger had a brief conversation with a driver whose truck was blocking the road, telling him that it’s a “good thing that you are here because otherwise, these people would have been speed bumps.”

After talking to the driver, she took a photo of the crowd. Protesters started video recording her and later swarmed her vehicle after she got inside, pounding on the windows, shouting, threatening and hitting the car.

Police later arrived and helped her maneuver down East High Street so that she would be able to drive home.

“We had gone down a couple of blocks and they wanted to see how I was doing because I was quite shaken up,” Bettinger said. “I was physically shaking and very taken aback by the whole experience.”

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