The College Fix thecollegefix.com 21 Dec, 2020 05:45 am

NC State employee defends himself against accusations of white supremacy, doxxing

NC State employee defends himself against accusations of white supremacy, doxxing
I categorically denounce white supremacism and, as a patriotic American, I abhor the concept of fascism and authoritarianism of any sort.'

He has been accused of such by Move Silent Sam, an activist group that helped successfully lead a campaign to remove a Confederate statue called Silent Sam at the University of North Carolina.Move Silent Sam told The Fix via Twitter messaging: There is no reason to doubt that Chadwick Seagraves was a member of the Proud Boys in 2017.“We will not rest until NCSU fires Chadwick Seagraves,” Move Silent Sam in response to a follow-up question on if it would drop its campaign if the school or a judge cleared Seagraves of the accusations against him.“It is 100% clear that “Elias McMahone” is actually Chadwick Seagraves, and that he doxed at least one NCSU student, and many antifascists in Asheville and Portland,” Move Silent Sam said.

com/BhhNbi7kZw — Move Silent Sam (@Move_Silent_Sam) December 17, 2020 “I have served in my position with distinction and believe that my record of diversity as a hiring manager; the equality, kindness, and compassion with which I treat all of my colleagues; and my integrity and commitment to upholding the university’s values of diversity and equity will stand alone,” Seagraves said.Chadwick Jason Seagraves, a desktop support manager for the public university, told The College Fix that accusations against him of white supremacy and membership in the Proud Boys are false.

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