RACIST STUDENT EXPELLED FROM ALABAMA UNIVERSITY

Harley Barber has been officially expelled from the Univerity of Alabama after her moronic racist rants that went viral this week. After stating “I don’t care if it’s Martin Luther King Day,” Barber says in one video, before repeating the n-word several times. “I’m from New Jersey so I can say n- as much as I want,” adds Barber. She then slowly states the n-word three times.


This past Wednesday she had a different tune with the post,
“I did something really, really bad,” said Barber, according to the Post. “I don’t know what to do and I feel horrible. I’m wrong and there’s just no excuse for what I did.”


In one video, Barber describes herself as a member of the Alpha Phi sorority and expressed anger at the thought that someone might report her language to the organization.


“I wanted to be an Alpha Phi since I was f-ing in high school and nobody f-ing understands how much I love Alpha Phi,” she says, declaring the sorority “means f-ing everything to me.”


According to her mother, she agrees with the actions of the school "I agree with the punishment. I fully support their decision," Jill said. "This is not a reflection of how she was raised. She's just degrading herself and it breaks my heart. I hope someone can look at this and learn. I don't want anyone to feel what I feel."

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