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Lawmaker who spells Clan with “K” not sure if Tulsa Race Massacre was caused by racism…

9:57 AM EDT on August 4, 2023

We have some shocking news to report!

Remember Sherrie Conley? You know, the Oklahoma lawmaker with the Bumpit who spells the word Clan with a K?

Shockingly, Konley is not 100% sure if the infamous Tulsa Race Massacre – a violent terrorism outbreak that saw white mobs destroy Tulsa's Black community, leaving up to 300 dead and many homeless – was caused by racism.

Check out this quote from a recent Frontier article:

Yep, that’s right.

We can try to speculate as to why that angry mob of KKK members, white supremacists, and other racists descended on the Greenwood District for those two days in 1921 and burned the thriving area to the ground in what’s considered one of the worst acts of racial violence in America, but we’ll just never know for sure.

As The Onion suggested, it could have been the result of too much love:

I wonder if Konley saw that Onion piece and emailed it to all of her racist fans thinking it was real?

“See! I told you the Tulsa Race Riot wasn’t about racism. If the residents simply would have complied with the white mob and let them lynch the shoe shiner, none of it would have happened.”

Although Sherrie claims we’ll never know for sure if the Tulsa Race Massacre was the product of actual racism, she is 100% convinced that a children’s book about a Grumpy Unicorn promotes the gay agenda because, you know, it has rainbows in it.

Mob of white folks destroying 30 blocks of thriving black neighborhoods? "We can’t assume the instigators were racist." Rainbow in a children’s book about a Grumpy Unicorn? "ThEy’Re InJeCtInG ThE Gay AgEnDa In SkOoLs!!!”

Although it's now apparently an open-ended question as to what caused the Tulsa Race Massacre, Oklahoma students shouldn’t expect to learn about it any time soon.

Thanks to the state's anti-CRT law that Konley sponsored, teachers are scared to teach their students about the facts surrounding it. You know, facts like it was the direct product of racism:

Two years after the passage of HB 1775, educators say a chilling effect has fallen on classrooms in teaching on complicated subjects like the Tulsa Race Massacre. The law includes an exception for material in state educational standards like the massacre, but four teachers told The Frontier they avoid some topics because they fear punishment. 

If you want to hear more from Konley, you can check out this article in The Frontier. It’s a great read, and if you’re not a racist or anti-public education, it’s guaranteed to get your blood boiling.

Also, if you want to learn more about the Tulsa Race Massacre, and make up your own mind as to whether it was caused by racism or not, here’s a link to some books about the topic. Thanks to people like Sherrie Konley, I'm pretty sure most of them are now banned from Oklahoma public schools.

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