America is irreparably damaged when it comes to racial divisions. Black people feel empowered to essentially do anything they want to white people but when they are called out for it, they cry racism. The 'R'-word has been a tool of democrats dating back to the 1990's Clinton era, and nearly thirty years later it has gotten out of control. District attorneys in liberal cities refuse to prosecute thugs who vandalize stores, smash & grabs done by people of color get excused as minor crimes, and black people literally beating up white or Jewish people on the streets in random attacks are dismissed as 'just kids playing a game'. Society is upended and it is directly related to the democrats using Race to define everything bad in society. Blacks no longer have civil responsibility but, in the rare instances when they are held to account, they cry racism, and most of the time, it works these days - but not in Arizona. Two black Arizona State University students have unleashed a nine-minute diatribe after they were disciplined for taunting two White male students who entered the college's multicultural space. On Monday, Mastaani Qureshi, an undergraduate, and Sarra Tekola, a graduate student, posted a video to social media declaring ASU had carried out an investigation into their actions and called for them to write a three-page paper. [tweet_embed] January 5, 2021[/tweet_embed] In the video posted in response to the University's punishment, the pair claimed the investigation into their actions was “racially biased” adding they were “forced to confront these men,” because, in their view, the ASU faculty allegedly refused to answer their cries for help. “Dear White People, A.K.A. ASU — You openly discriminated against us on November 16 when you handed down your decision from your racially biased investigation,” Qureshi exclaimed. “We're being persecuted for defending our multicultural center from racism and sexism … ASU is a violent place.” In September 2021, the women filmed themselves rounding on the two White men who they claim were taunting them by wearing an anti-Biden shirt, toting a Chick-Fil-A cup, and using a laptop with a pro-police sticker. [tweet_embed] January 5, 2021[/tweet_embed] Qureshi and Tekola are now pushing back after they were punished for taking it upon themselves to ask the white students to leave for what they claim were “racist” and “offensive” stickers and a t-shirt. [tweet_embed] January 5, 2021[/tweet_embed] In their latest video, they condemned being ordered to write about how “next time, when they talk with White people about race and society they will be civil” and to reflect on how they might deal with a similar situation in the future and “facilitate a civil dialogue” about the purposes of a multicultural space. In its ruling, the University wrote that it “expects that such dialogues will be both respectful toward other parties and mindful of the setting in which they occur. In this instance, the confrontation captured on video was not respectful dialogue, and its heated nature in an enclosed space where numerous other students were studying caused disruption to their activities as well as to the previously quiet study activities of the students who you confronted.” [tweet_embed] January 5, 2021[/tweet_embed] Despite their penalty, it was clear from their response on Instagram the two strongly disagreed with the University's findings and are unlikely to write a paper on how they might respond in the future. “ASU does not recognize the difference between equity and equality and refuses to center the most marginalized,” Tekola ranted. Equality means offering everyone the same opportunity, while equity - which has been co-opted by woke campaigners in recent years - means ensuring everyone achieves the same outcome.