- Two days after the bee, Max DiGiacomo emailed me to apologize for his tweet: "I am sorry for posting racist remarks about the spelling bee. I am deeply regretful of my decision."
- — John Brossart (@jbrossartUC)Thu, May 29 2014 17:14:40Turned on 5 minutes of the spelling bee and over 75% of the finalists are non-American. I think the stats you hear on education are true...
- Three days after the bee, John Brossart emailed me. His message read in part: "The wording of the tweet was poor and for that I apologize... I realize the mistake I made in regards to the wording I chose."
- — Taylor Ezell (@TaylorM_Ezell)Fri, May 30 2014 02:30:59An American has just as much of a chance of winning the spelling bee just as much as I have a chance of getting into Harvard #Merica 🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸
- — Chris Uhl Jr. (@the_best_uhl_c)Fri, May 30 2014 02:34:16wow that blows the spelling bee ends with a tie thats so friggin un-American no wonder the kids that won it are Indian
Thought those brilliant co-champions at the National Spelling Bee were American? Some of your compatriots would have you think again.
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