UNT is a Cesspool of Scum and Villainy
Pastimes of most University of North Texas students include abuse of psychoactive prescription medication, dwelling on how much they hate their fathers (or lack thereof), and organizing riots against intolerant views such as: “It is child abuse to groom children and/or put them on puberty blocking medications.”
At the center of the UNT student population’s ire this time is Kelly Neidert, who The Texas Newspaper of Record chose to be on their 30 under 30 list not too long ago. Read that outstanding piece of journalistic excellence here: https://currentrevolt.com/thoughts/current-revolts-under-30-in-politics-part-4
Kelly Neidert became the President of the Young Conservatives of Texas chapter at UNT in the Fall of 2019. She has created no shortage of controversy since. She recently passed the baton of leadership to Stephen Moitz, while continuing to make TikToks and generally #ownthelibs on a weekly basis online. On February 16th, Kelly posted a TikTok video and subsequent tweet of a young boy (we assume he’s in college at least…?) leaving the library after making a scene over the fact Kelly and a friend were printing a flyer advertising an upcoming YCT event showcasing Jeff Younger, candidate for Texas House District 63.
A student at my university (University of North Texas) saw me and a friend printing flyers for our conservative club- he had a meltdown and stormed out of the library screaming at us. pic.twitter.com/O17BT0M28q
— Kelly (@kelly_neidert) February 17, 2022
Jeff Younger is the father of James Younger, a boy who’s essentially been judicially kidnapped by his mother (I’m using this term loosely). She has funneled James into a brainwashing effort that will likely result in irreversible psychological and potential physical damage to James, by forcing him to present as a little girl with the ultimate goal of getting James on puberty blocking medications. Jeff has fought tooth and nail in court against this outcome for years.
Twitter has a habit of attracting the least socially functional people, and socially dysfunctional people love each other’s company. Are you starting to see the overlap with UNT students? Kelly’s tweet about the incident went viral prompting a response from popular left-wing internet celebrities and alleged pedophilia advocates like Vaush. The UNT student population has done everything to intimidate Kelly from posting her private address online, to filing dissertation-length complaints about her to the university and starting a petition to get her expelled which currently has 10,000 signatures. Oddly enough, many of the students calling for her actual death online are using their real identities, but the University seems to find that to be less of an issue than the fact someone believes it’s wrong to mutilate and sexually groom children.
The battle for sanity takes place tomorrow (2/23/22) at 7pm in room 203 of Curry Hall. If you enjoy watching the social equivalent of a 747 crash, it may be worth your time to show up and watch the ensuing riot. There will be tears, there might be blood, but we can be sure there will at least be a lot of demonically possessed UNT students with pronouns in their bios, who look (and smell) like they haven’t showered in 2 weeks screaming like animals.
Update: due to campus closure today because of the winter storm, we are changing our date to NEXT WEDNESDAY, March 2nd, at 7pm in Curry 203. https://t.co/VhSNLVEH6g
— YCT UNT (@YctUnt) February 23, 2022
Content Link Block
Select a page and create a visual link to it.