Hysterical College Students Think Priest is a KKK Member

Hysterical College Students Think Priest is a KKK Member

Hysterical College Students Think Priest is a KKK Member

Some hysterical snowflakes at Indiana University in Bloomington got their knickers twisted into quite the knot on Monday night when they spotted whom they thought was a Ku Klux Klan member. At a Red Mango, no less.

This feverish tweet was sent out to authorities at Indiana University:

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Residence hall advisor Ethan Gill swung into action to protect his dorm residents from the dangerous character through the speed of social media and email.

The alert an RA sent to his residents on the threat of the KKK infiltrating the hallowed spaces of Indiana U.

Here is the dangerous “racist.” Yes, he’s a priest. Those are rosary beads hanging from his waist, not a ‘whip.’

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The culprit was none other than Father Jude McPeak, a priest in the Dominican order of friars. Father McPeak serves as the associate pastor of IU’s Catholic church and student center.

Here’s Father McPeak with an Indiana University student.


Yes, he’s quite the frothing-at-the-mouth racist, isn’t he?

Father McPeak in Haiti.

Fortunately, the overwrought RA Gill apologized for the confusion:

“Behold, your ‘klansmember,’” he said. “A person saw white robes and what looked to them like a weapon, got scared (rightfully so), warned people, warned staff, which in turn caused me to warn my residents because I need to look out for my residents, which in turn made it spread … what I’ve learned from this is to take anything with a grain of salt.”

And the Dominican Friars took the insult with good humor and, well, an attitude of Christian forgiveness.

Welcome to campus life in 2016, where students have a lack of exposure to sincere religious adherence and an overabundance of hypersensitive social justice.

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  • GWB says:

    Good on the Dominicans for showing good humor about this!
    And good on the RA to own up to his gullibility.

    As to the original person…. 1) Get out more. 2) Make an appointment at the optometrist. 3) And take some zen or yoga classes so you can learn to CALM THE F* DOWN! Alternatively, you could take the stick out of your peku (Firefly reference).

  • Rat says:

    A Priest, and, of course, no guns, as reported. A perfect example of how, prior to any real evidence or investigation, Leftists misinterpret the world and all reality. Leftist ideology creates a hate-filled, negative physiological, psychological and intellectual filter through which all reality is interpreted. This is why Leftists see “Racism,” and “Unfairness” in everything, even in Nature itself.


  • Bernie says:

    This was not an example of gullibility. It was total, disgusting, stupidity. On the part of the idiot student and the idiot RA who didn’t have enough sense to check facts. Great education they’re getting.

  • Joe Miller says:

    Okay, I know we’re in the Matrix but can’t our overlords try just a little bit harder to give us a reality that’s believable?

  • Dana says:

    The real culprit? The students’ parents, who didn’t take their kids to church enough to have recognized a priest!

    • GWB says:

      No offense, Dana, but how would Baptists and Presbyterians know what a Dominican looked like based on their church-going? I concur with the blame being on the parents as proximate cause of this stupidity, but it’s history, not necessarily the church, that they should have been studying. imho

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