Stabbing Rampage at the University of Texas 1 Dead, 3 Injured

The folks living around the University of Texas in Austin may want to hide their knives because liberals may soon be clamoring for more “knife control” in the wake of a mass stabbing on the UT-Austin campus.

On Monday afternoon a 21-year old man by the name of Kendrex J. White went on a rampage and stabbed 4 of his fellow UT classmates, all male, ages 20 or 21. The police quickly apprehended the man, who gave up without resisting, but not until after he’d already hurt 3 people and killed another.

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Governor Greg Abbott sent a message of condolences and care in the immediate aftermath:

“Our prayers go out to all those affected by today’s tragic events. I have been briefed by the Department of Public Safety on both incidents, and have also talked to University of Texas at Austin President Greg Fenves. As the investigations into these heinous crimes continue, I have offered all available state resources to both Dallas and the University of Texas to assist in any effort.”

One intrepid UT student recorded one of his classmates having his wounds treated.

Almost immediately some liberals on Twitter and Facebook began whining that this was another example of anti-black racism and that Kendrex J. White was likely innocent. However, the truth of the matter is that the attacks occurred in broad daylight in full view of dozens of witnesses who all pointed police to White – who when captured was wearing a large scabbard on his hip.

One Facebook user pointed out how ridiculous the charges of racism were (salty language ahead): 🇺🇸

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