In the days following President-elect Donald Trump’s stunning victory over former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, there were dozens of incidents reported all over the country of Trump supporters yelling racial slurs and making threats at people.
Many of these reports have since been debunked — unsurprisingly. Most recently, in Wellesley, Massachusetts, two Babson College students were cleared of any wrongdoing after they drove through Wellesley College, Clinton’s alma mater, the day after Election Day in celebration, the Boston Globe reported.
Parker Rand-Ricciardi and Edward Tomasso drove through the campus waving a Trump flag and yelling “Make America Great Again.” Some at Wellesley College claimed that these two spat on students and yelled “racial and homophobic slurs.”
These allegations were revealed to be false, and the students were not facing any criminal charges.
The Boston Herald noted that the students were relieved that the nightmare was over and that they could finally get back to their normal lives.
“They are grateful for the kindness and support of so many people, including both friends and complete strangers. Their hope is to spend some time decompressing and enjoying the holidays,” stated Rand-Ricciardi’s lawyer, Jeffrey Robbins.
CBS News noted that the president of Babson College apologized to the Wellesley College community after the incident, but it is unclear what will happen now that the actions the president apologized for have been revealed to have been unsubstantiated.
If anything, Wellesley College should apologize to the two students who had to go through a major ordeal because a few Wellesley College students couldn’t handle the fact that their candidate lost and decided to make up some claims of hatred.
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