SICK: Black Lives Matter Leader BUSTED For Doing THIS, Now She’s Paying A HUGE Price

Black activist, Kayla McKelvey pleaded guilty Monday to creating a false public alarm by tweeting anonymous threats against fellow black college students last fall.

According to prosecutors, the 25-year-old McKelvey tweeted threats from a campus library because she wanted more people to attend the November 17, 2015, rally on racial issues. She then returned to the rally to tell people about the threats, Yahoo News reports.

Her irresponsible actions in an attempt to fuel racism caused panic and resulted in costly police response as well as heightened security at Kean University.


Here are some of her Tweets:


And this:



Lovely. What a filthy scumbag.

These Tweets prompted a response from the Kean University Police:

To the Kean University Community:

The safety of our Kean Community is of utmost concern. Last night, during a peaceful rally on campus to raise awareness of racial unrest on college campuses across the country, specific violent threats were made anonymously on Twitter against Kean’s black community as well as to the campus at large. Campus police took immediate action to pursue the identity of the individual(s) responsible for the threatening tweets, notifying the Department of Homeland Security, state, county and local municipalities, and providing heightened security on campus. Security will remain at heightened levels today and throughout the rest of the week.

The campus is open today, Wednesday, Nov. 18. Classes will be held as scheduled. Although we have taken appropriate precautions to ensure the safety of our community, we respect your right to use your own best judgment in deciding whether or not to come to campus. We are profoundly troubled by this display of hatred which does not reflect in any way the values we hold sacred on our diverse campus. We will continue to keep the campus community informed of any further developments in this case.

And Black Lives Matter tweeted this: 


State prosecutors will recommend that Kayla McKelvey be sentenced to 90 days in jail and that she pay restitution of about $82,000 to cover the costs of the police response and heightened security at Kean University after the threats.

90 days? That’s a far cry from the maximum three- to five-year sentence that the charge carries. Makes me wonder what in the hell is going on here. How’s she going to come up with $82,000? That’s decades of welfare checks. Maybe Al Sharpton will pick up the tab.


The Washington Times reports that in response to the announcement of Ms. McKelvey’s arrest, Kean University said in a statement: “We are saddened to learn that the person allegedly responsible was an active participant in the rally that took place on campus on Tuesday, November 17 and is a former student of Kean. As a diverse academic community, we wholeheartedly respect and support activism, however, no cause or issue gives anyone the right to threaten the safety of others. We hope this information will begin to bring a sense of relief and security to the campus community.”

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Kean President Dawood Farahi called the tweets a “heinous crime.”

“We are saddened the person allegedly responsible was an active participant (of the demonstration) and a former student,” he told students Tuesday afternoon during a previously planned campus discussion. “No cause, no cause, can give anybody the right to threaten others.”


This is all a result of Barack Obama’s race dividing presidency. Good job you filthy Kenyan.


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