At the University of Georgia, a teacher assistant recently came under fire for outlandish comments like “some white people might have to die” for black people to have equality.
But he was facing serious consequences for his past actions.
And he’s just received the most incredible news you won’t believe.
Irami Osei-Frimpong at the University of Georgia has been accused of blatantly racist remarks toward white people, like saying “fighting white people is a skill.”
However, recently Osei-Frimpong was facing expulsion for intentionally leaving off a 2011 arrest for trespassing, ultimately breaking UGA’s code of conduct.
But the university judiciary panel just announced that he apparently did not break the university’s code of conduct.
The Red & Black reports:
The University Judiciary has found University of Georgia philosophy Ph.D. candidate Irami Osei-Frimpong not in violation of the Code of Conduct, according to the Formal Hearing Decision Form delivered to Osei-Frimpong on May 6.
On April 26, the Judiciary held a 6-hour-long hearing for charges brought upon Osei-Frimpong by UGA Office of Student Conduct Director Barrett Malone.
Malone alleged Osei-Frimpong provided false information on his graduate school application when he said “No” in response to the application question: “Have you ever been charged with or convicted of or pled guilty or nolo contendere to a crime other than a minor traffic offense?”
The panel said Osei-Frimpong’s 2011 arrest for curfew violation during an Occupy protest in Chicago did not constitute a criminal charge and thus found him not in violation of providing false information.
After the 2018 midterm elections, Frimpong outright called for the destruction of “institutions that make crappy white people” including churches, schools, and families.
He has also called white people who post photos of their guns on social media “terrorists.”
Under any normal circumstances, he would be expelled immediately for making such outrageous statements that are clearly designed to hurt white students at the University of Georgia.
While UGA has said they are “vigorously exploring all available legal options” to take against Frimpong, the reality is they are just caving into the demands of Big Labor.
As we reported, he is being defended by Big Labor unions that have a political interest in his survival as a teacher at the University.
If he was fired, you can be sure the university would have faced legal hellfire from the United Campus Workers of Georgia, the union behind his defense.
So instead, an openly anti-white racist will continue his employment at the University of Georgia with absolutely no consequences.
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