"Being a Trump supporter does not make me a white supremacist"
Zhu made headlines in July after her Miss Michigan title was stripped from her due to her “racist, Islamaphobic and insensitive tweets.”
“They stripped me of my Miss Michigan title due to my refusal to try on a hijab in 2018, my tweet about black on black gun violence, and “insensitive” statistical tweets,” the Chinese American model said at the time.
Now, the politically conservative student has found herself at the opposing end of liberals at the University of Michigan.
In a flier that circulated around campus, Zhu was labelled as a “white supremacist.”
“Michigan, we have white supremacists on campus. They can be dangerous,” the flier reads next to a photo of Zhu in her MAGA hat.
Underneath her photo is a picture of the white supremacist ‘Unite the Right’ march in Charlottesville, Virginia in 2017.
Another flier shared by Zhu showed an image of the American army above a picture of Zhu. “You can’t support this..” the caption next to the army reads, continuing with “And do this” next to Zhu’s photo. “All colors have served this country. White supremacy has no place here.”
Zhu filed a report with the campus police who told them she would be given their “game plan.” The police are looking for more posters and “might also look at security camera footage to see who was the one that posted the fliers.”
This has been posted around my school at @UMich
This is complete slander and incites violence towards me.
Being a trump supporter does not make me a white supremacist.
I’m also asian if you SJWs can’t tell. pic.twitter.com/zT86PHBv4H
— Kathy Zhu (@PoliticalKathy) October 22, 2019