Pennsylvania college demands that white male students not be allowed to speak in class

Yet another entitled, black female (this one embarrassingly overweight) recently decided to exercise her black privilege in being a vocal and unabashed racist against white people on her college campus.

Leda Fisher, a student at Dickinson College in Carlisle, Pennsylvania, was somehow granted permission by the school’s newspaper, The Dickinson, to publish an extremely racist op-ed piece entitled, “Should White Boys Still Be Allowed to Talk?”

A so-called “Goodwill Ambassador” at Dickinson – meaning she’s been given the added privilege of “meet[ing] and interact[ing] closely with high-profile campus visitors – Fisher, an “American studies” major with a minor in “women’s & gender studies,” apparently believes that all white males should be silenced from speaking in class.

According to Fisher, white males with names like “Jake, or Chad, or Alex” were taught all throughout their lives that their voices are “the most important in every room” – and presumably out of jealousy, she’d like to see that change.

Fisher takes jab after jab against white boys in her angry black woman diatribe, applying every racist stereotype in the book in an attempt to make her point that the “endless line of white boys waiting to share their opinions in class” are tiresome and unoriginal.

“The list of what white boys think they are qualified to talk about is endless,” Fisher writes.

“Something very few of them seem to understand is that their (ill-informed, uncritical) opinions do not constitute truth. In fact, most often their opinions aren’t even original. White boys spout the narrative of dominant ideologies and pretend they’re hot takes instead of the same misleading garbage shoved down our throats by American institutions from birth … I am so g***mned tired of listening to white boys.”

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Dear, Leda Fisher: Have you ever stopped to think that maybe “white boys” are tired of listening to angry, black racists like yourself?

Fisher goes on to spew her frustration with “a white boy” trying to explain the “Black experience” – note that Fisher repeatedly capitalizes the word “Black” in her op-ed, while leaving “white” lowercase, illustrating that she’s a black supremacist – during “the Obama-era.”

She also contends that every time a white boy speaks, he speaks “with the weight of every other white man who has spoken over a woman, erased the contributions of queer people from history, or denigrated “broken English” as unintelligent.”

We won’t go any further, because everything that Fisher has to say amounts to nothing beyond seething, maniacal rage and racist hatred against her lighter-skinned counterparts on campus – many of whom, ironically, are probably sick and tired of listening to loudmouthed, dark-skinned blowhards like herself blather on and on about some mythical “Black experience.”

Needless to say, many light-skinned people who attend Dickinson, as well as their parents, were outraged that the school would allow such blatant racism to assault the pages of the school’s newspaper.

“The ‘opinion’ piece came out today and I was mortified when I read it,” one mother of a white male student at Dickinson told The Gateway Pundit.

“Frankly, I’m shocked the school would allow such biased, hate-filled rhetoric to be printed. If the writer had replaced ‘white’ with any other sex, color, or nationality, there would be immediate outrage from the school and the writer expelled.”

Sign the petition to get Leda Fisher, an anti-white racist, expelled from Dickinson

Another student actually started a petition to get Leda Fisher expelled from school. We encourage all of our readers to sign this petition – especially since this is Fisher’s senior year, meaning her expulsion would have a monumental, and well-deserved, impact on her pathetic little life.

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