Rather than debating ideas or writing competing editorials . . . The NEXTGEN and their enablers are using the Internets to send threats according to the always sketchy Huff Post.
The bad news . . . This drama is playing out at the university level.
Here's a peek at the sitch and how it easily lends itself to spin . . .
The Liberty Alliance is “committed to fighting back against the woke agenda permeating all across Missouri,” reads a statement on the conservative group’s website next to a state map peppered with spots.
“The first step in fighting back is uncovering their crazy ideas — from Critical Race Theory to grooming toddlers with sexually explicit books,” the statement added. “That is why we have officially launched the Woke Heat Map — an interactive tool designed to expose the insane actions of the radical Left. This map will alert Missourians of craziness happening in their own communities.”
The Internets tool seems pretty harmless . . . Most tools on the Internets are mostly exaggerated garbage anyhoo . . .
However, the spin and reporting of this story is devastating and claims the right-wing Twitter bullying is a threat of mass murder . . . This kind of escalation is dangerous and the context reveals that tragically high stakes of college politics . . . That are usually uninteresting for most binge drinkers on campus.
Check-it . . .
"As of Monday, the 12 map locations all concerned educational institutions, and linked to articles, videos and tweets trashing things like critical race theory and diversity training. The information named at least 12 specific schools or school districts — particularly chilling in light of America’s mounting toll of school mass shootings."
Included in the "map" is the local city college . . . Remember there was a shooting near the UMKC campus earlier this month . . . But that incident was, reportedly, related to domestic drama rather than politics.
Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com link . . .
A far-right Missouri organization has launched a disturbing map alerting followers to "hot spots" of so-called "woke" activity in the state. As of Monday, the 12 map locations all concerned educational institutions, and linked to articles, videos and tweets trashing things like critical race theory and diversity training.