Thursday, May 14, 2020

Zoom Hackers Hit Platte County High School

Today's tech ambush lesson and locals still not able to master security settings. Take a look:

Racist slurs directed at new Platte County principal during online Zoom meeting

PLATTE COUNTY, MO (KCTV) -- Four anonymous persons interrupted an online video meeting hosted by the new principal at Platte County High School and directed racist slurs and statements toward him, the district superintendent says. In a letter to parents, Superintendent Mike Reik says principal Keith Jones hosted zoom meetings to introduce himself to parents and students, share his philosophy and answer questions.

8 comments:

Phil Cardarella said...

Since these hackers somehow thought that they could find some minorities against which to hurl embarrassing racist slurs, we can safely assume that the hackers are not from around here. What are the chances of encountering a black person to insult in Platte County? Possible, but unlikely.

Shannon Christian and Christopher Newsome said...

More "benefits of diversity and inclusion".

Byron Funkhouser said...

^^You're blaming the victim.

This is white men behaving badly.

You can't defend racism with racism.

Anonymous said...

Didn’t Platte County see how well diversity didn’t work in Lees Summit?

Anonymous said...

Byron, you can’t defend retardation with retardation, but you try it over and over.

Shannon Christian and Christopher Newsome said...

Byron should check out Coal Fax, the new coalburner registry website.

Anonymous said...

How incredibly contrived.

Anonymous said...

bLIEron prove that it was a racist “white man” and not friends of Keith Jones stirring the shit for attention, please I dare you especially after all the known people claiming racism that they did for attention. Jussie smollet ring a bell?

It’s been proven over and over for years now these types of things were the victims themselves lying.