Let us count the ways this kid was a shoe-in. First, he was from a wealthy family. The private high school he attended cost #33,000 a year. Princeton, NJ itself is a very nice city. Little Ahmed is a social activist, and wouldn't you know it, he even had a 'paper trail' at HuffPo that went back to last fall. There is a picture you may enjoy.
Looky loo! That is the little manlet and the Slay Queen herself. Seriously, how tiny is this little Muslim? Of course he was going to get into Stanford, but why write BLM 100 times on the entrance essay? It is a beautiful declaration of one's devotion to the progressive religion.
Here is his essay. His one time to express himself as an individual to separate his application as a rich bright kid from all the rest. What does he do? He turns it into a progressive prayer. He does not even make the essay about himself, his tribe and their current oppression in the lands of white Christians. He spotlights the victimhood of the most ridiculous movement of the recent prog history: black crooks should be allowed to rob and commit crime without police harassing them.
This is what the elite schools want. As if they would reject a kid who has pictures with Madam President. As if they are not salivating over having an activist with this kind of publicity at their school. As if professors are not already strategizing how to mold Ahmed and push him down one path or the other. What is one spot at Stanford?
Think about the white kid from a suburb or a rural area with great SATs, GPA and all around skills that got rejected thinking it was a fair playing field. Find that kid in your town. Talk to him about us. Let him know that we need him.
Last week I wrote on how the Pentagon has expanded in size and scope so much that it threatens to replace CIA/State, which is why they are freaking out so much. Weimerica Weekly was on the dysfunctional state of healthcare in America.
This week I will write on how we cannot bring a patriarchy back without patriarchs. Weimerica Weekly might have to be about the amazing Pepsi ad that seems to have sparked a fire in both the right and left.