According to Fox News a Muslim student gained entry to Stanford by simply writing #BlackLivesMatter 100 times for his college application essay. The real news story would be a high school student who applied to a university and had excellent academic scores, volunteered in his church and also for President Trump’s campaign and wrote in his college admission’s application #AllLivesMattertoGod. If that student were admitted to that same liberal college or any other then that would certainly be news to celebrate.
Instead, Americans and especially parents of college bound students have to be wondering what the heck is terribly wrong with college education and the administrators that run those institutions take one look at Stanford. Ziad Ahmed, an 18-year-old high school student from New Jersey got admitted after showing his allegiance with an organization that was born from a fraudulent chant of “Hands Up Don’t Shoot” which has cost the lives of police officers and sparked death and destruction in several cities across the nation.
Yet this college bound student firmly believes that if you repeat a lie at least 100 times it must be taken as true. It also does not hurt his chances for admission to be seen attached at the political hip in posed photos with Hillary Clinton and President Barack Obama. One could almost say that he his involvement with them guaranteed him the university’s PC stamp of approval from admission officers.
Do other students, with conservative values and who write #AllLivesMattertoGod have a decent chance for admission? The obvious answer is no, and not in the foreseeable future.
Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. would be aghast at such an abandonment of his crusading message of peace and the acceptance of one another based upon the content of one’s character and not on the color of ones’ skin. But Ahmed and his young liberal cohorts who make up the Class of 2021 believe that racist rhetoric that separates and does not unify is what is relevant and should be used as the winning formula in life. This young Muslim man says he feels a connection to the movement and that is indeed painfully tragic, because it is anti-American at its core.
For him and quite possible for the college admission officers at Stanford, academic achievement is secondary to well-honed political utterances that are racist by any moral definition. Yet, this 18-year-old New Jersey high school student can address the college application essay question “What matters to you, and why?” with an unconventional answer that appeals to the baser anti-Trump nature of far too many college officials.
Now, based upon the Twitter storm of support he has received from many of his growing legion of supporters now reveling in his admission to Stanford, one would surmise that he had somehow accomplished a monumental task of considerable note.
• Did he perhaps sacrifice his time to assist needy poor black and minority student who are dropping out at historic levels in his New Jersey
town or area for four years?
• Did he perhaps spend his summers working on the south side of Chicago or closer to home Newark, to assist victim families who are recovering
from growing black-on-black gang violence or murders?
• Did he help to provide shelter and support for the forgotten people who are homeless or even become a mentor for young kids?
• These are the forgotten black people that he and #BlackLivesMatter have conveniently ignored because they are the true victims that the liberal
PC culture and colleges like Stanford regard as trivial.
Meanwhile this young man has built quite the resume in areas where being an aspiring liberal Obama wannabe or Bernie Sanders socialist would do his future well. According to NBC News, Ahmed “interned for 2016 presidential candidate Martin O’Malley, volunteered with the Hilary Clinton campaign and attended and was recognized by Barack Obama at a 2015 White House dinner.”
So, when he says that he was startled, amazed and surprised that a college with a liberal administration and stacked to the ceiling with liberal professors would somehow be shocked and surprised to see his “unconventional” application arrive in their office…let’s be real, who is he kidding.