There was a suggestion that instead of expelling the SAE frat boys from the University of Oklahoma, they stay in school and learn about how racist videos are not a good idea. It’s a teachable moment.
Something tells me that it won’t sink in.
A member of the same fraternity that was recently banned from the University of Oklahoma over a racist chant reportedly took to Twitter this week with a series of racially charged tweets before deleting his account.
The San Antonio Express-News reported on Wednesday that Turner Coulson, a junior at Texas State University and member of that university’s Sigma Alpha Epsilon chapter, posted the tweets apparently in frustration over what his fraternity brothers were going through in Oklahoma.
“If it was black people singing about crackers we would never hear a word about it,” Coulson tweeted, according to the Express-News.
Coulson reportedly deleted his Twitter account after the tweets were discovered, but the newspaper reported that cached version of the account, as well as his Instagram and LinkedIn accounts, show that he is a member of SAE.
But don’t worry: Joe Scarborough will defend him and blame it on the bossa nova.