"The students shared a picture on social media showing them with the facial product on their faces and the material just happened to be black in color. The posting contained no racist statement," Mr. Nass said. "The racial overreaction … without first checking the facts of the situation is a stark example of how political correctness has warped the mindset of highly educated university administrators. Frankly, these are the people responsible for educating our sons and daughters, but they seem incapable of applying reason or common sense."
Republican state Rep. Stephen Nass says it's long past time for the singers to stop disrupting activity in the Capitol.