by John Nolte
An Ohio jury ordered Oberlin College to pay $11.2 million in compensatory damages to a family bakery smeared by the university as racist.
Back in November of 2016, three Oberlin students were caught attempting to steal bottles of wine from Gibson’s Bakery, which has been part of the small community of 8,300 since 1885.
According to a CBS News report published in December of 2017, the three young men were arrested for “kicking and punching” the owner’s son, Allyn Gibson, and eventually “pleaded guilty in August to attempted theft and aggravated trespassing.”
Seems fairly cut and dried, no?
After all, what you have here is a small business in a small college town that has had a good relationship with its community for more than a century. What’s more, Gibson’s also had a business relationship with the university.
So after three students try to steal from the bakery and then plead guilty that should be that, no?
Well, nothing is cut and dried when it comes to the fascist left, and Oberlin college is an infamous hotbed of far-left lunacy. So things quickly went off the rails for one reason and one reason alone: the perpetrators are black, the bakery proprietors are white, and the extreme leftists who attend and staff the university are unhinged social justice warriors. Read the rest HERE.