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  1. Yeah I saw three today on Drudge front page.

    Imagine if a White guy had torched a black church and painted “Vote Trump” on the wall. Media would’ve gone completely ape over it.

    But hey the guy is Black so it’s okay. Definitely not news.

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    • Replies: @Mack Bolan
    It was news when it first came out because the mayor was sure that it was a hate crime against black people.
    The initial article had about one paragraph about the fire, and a thousand word essay about the hateful and decisive nature of Trump and his supporters.
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    This one appears to be real, but misattributed (Pakistani on a swastika rampage): http://abc7ny.com/news/man-charged-after-swastikas-found-at-long-island-college/1666228/

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    • Replies: @Opinionator
    What do you mean by "real"?
    , @ziel
    Yes, that's the point - the painted swastikas was real, and that was real fire that burned down the church - the point of the "hoax" is the phony attribution. So it can be a completely made up story attributed to a Trump supporter, or an actual crime/act of vandalism made to look like it was committed by a Trump supporter.
  3. How we’ll finally know that Hate Hoaxes have become A Thing:

    1. Vox.com will publish a piece sheepishly admitting their existence but explaining that it’s not a big deal, because “everybody knows” real hate crimes are rare;

    2. Meanwhile, PolitiFact will publish a piece rating the claim that there’s an “epidemic” of Hate Hoaxes as “half true,” which is the highest rating they’re allowed to give to non-leftist talking points.

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    • Replies: @Jefferson
    "How we’ll finally know that Hate Hoaxes have become A Thing:"

    Just because the Left Wing megaphone refuses to acknowledge the existence of hate hoaxes, it doesn't mean it's not a thing.
  4. If it’s on a college campus or involving a black church, it’s a hate hoax.

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    • Replies: @Jefferson
    "If it’s on a college campus or involving a black church, it’s a hate hoax."

    If it involves the words KKK or Donald Trump it's a hate hoax.

    Hate hoaxers have to be the least creative demographic on the planet. They are not capable of creating a hate hoax that has nothing to do with Donald Trump or the KKK. Hate hoaxers are all monolithic. There is zero creativity that goes into these things.
    , @The preferred nomenclature is...
    Tru 'dat
  5. Meanwhile in real news, in Ithaca NY, an insane fellow murdered a man at random because he believed that the man was Donald Trump.

    http://www.ithacajournal.com/story/news/local/2016/12/20/dryden-man-accused-murder-believed-he-shot-trump/95666064/

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    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
    Thanks, I'll post.
    , @Jefferson
    "Meanwhile in real news, in Ithaca NY, an insane fellow murdered a man at random because he believed that the man was Donald Trump."

    Are blond guys going to have to start dying their hair dark so they won't be mistaken for Donald Trump by violent social justice warriors?
  6. Anon says:     Show CommentNext New Comment

    I believe in all those accts.

    Today, I was in a coffee shop when a big burly drunk pot-bellied WHITE MAN with a Maga went up to me and said, “I’LL BET YOU VOTED FOR HILLARY, YOU DAMN LIBERAL-LOOKING MAGGOT.” Then he went to his car and pulled out a bat and began to attack everyone in the coffee shop and then pulled out two pistols and shot the tires of all the cars on the block screaming, “you liberals can’t go home now, haha.”

    What shocked me was I’m not even a prog but these Trump supporters are so deranged that they hallucinate Libs everywhere.

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    • Replies: @ic1000
    > Today, I was in a coffee shop when a big burly drunk pot-bellied WHITE MAN with a [MAGA gimme cap] went up to me and said, “I’LL BET YOU VOTED FOR HILLARY, YOU DAMN LIBERAL-LOOKING MAGGOT.” Then he went to his car and pulled out a bat and began to attack everyone in the coffee shop and then pulled out two pistols and shot the tires of all the cars on the block screaming, “you liberals can’t go home now, haha.”

    Interesting. Exactly the same thing happened to me, earlier today.

  7. The KKK will let that racial mystery meat Brown guy join their organization but they won’t let White skin Jew join, lol.

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  8. As for the mighty KKK, it’s worth mentioning David Duke got only 3% of the vote in the Louisiana race for the US Senate. I’m not faulting him for running, I’m just noting that the most famous ex-KKK member around is hardly a Titan in federal politics.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States_Senate_election_in_Louisiana,_2016#Jungle_primary

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  9. Can I count “Italian Arab Refugee who burned down a school, was known to be planning a terror attack and was videoed engaging in a variety of crimes” as a hoax? Sure sounds like someone’s making that shit up!

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  10. Anon says:     Show CommentNext New Comment

    You know, this can open up a whole new genre of literature.

    Haterotica, like Penthouse Letters.. or Pent-up Letters.

    SJW Porn.

    Hate Fantasies can involve teachers, tennis coaches, golf outings, vacations, students, nuns, policemen, and etc.

    Rolling Stone should carry this. Pent-Up Letter of the month.

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    • Replies: @Desiderius

    Pent-up Letters
     
    Good one.
    , @Paul Jolliffe
    Hmm.

    Possible lefty responses?

    "Oh, for goodness fakes"
    ""Go jump in a fake"
    "That just takes the fake"

    Not to mention their motto:

    "We'll do whatever it fakes to win"

    This is my favorite fake documentary:

    https://youtu.be/qAXzzHM8zLw
  11. Anonymous says:     Show CommentNext New Comment

    It says a lot that these hate crimes can unravel over and over but liberals still don’t ask of themselves or their peers to have any kind of skepticism over the next one. They can get away with it. The hoaxing might as well never have been revealed.

    The importance of the SPLC hate crime tally counter — that has a button to make it go up, but not one to make it go down — and some FBI report (has anyone taken a really hard into this?) to this narrative is revealed in @jchaltiwanger’s pretty typical tweets throughout this thread: https://twitter.com/jchaltiwanger/status/811594871354040320

    ‏@jchaltiwanger

    Regardless of the specifics of this incident, Islamophobia is on the rise. Hatred is on the rise. The evidence is there. #BoycottDelta

    But if the evidence is there you journalists should be spoiled for choice picking credible cases. So why have you struck out?

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    • Replies: @Opinionator
    It would be useful to know how many pro-Trump hate crimes have been proven authentic in order to get a sense of the probabilities.
    , @bomag
    I'd put the SPLC somewhere down on the list of hoaxers, what with their penchant for listing reasonable people and organizations as haters.
  12. @Mr. Blank
    How we'll finally know that Hate Hoaxes have become A Thing:

    1. Vox.com will publish a piece sheepishly admitting their existence but explaining that it's not a big deal, because "everybody knows" real hate crimes are rare;

    2. Meanwhile, PolitiFact will publish a piece rating the claim that there's an "epidemic" of Hate Hoaxes as "half true," which is the highest rating they're allowed to give to non-leftist talking points.

    “How we’ll finally know that Hate Hoaxes have become A Thing:”

    Just because the Left Wing megaphone refuses to acknowledge the existence of hate hoaxes, it doesn’t mean it’s not a thing.

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  13. @Anonymous
    This one appears to be real, but misattributed (Pakistani on a swastika rampage): http://abc7ny.com/news/man-charged-after-swastikas-found-at-long-island-college/1666228/

    What do you mean by “real”?

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    • Replies: @Anonymous
    It looks like an actual hate crime, i.e. he actually hates Jews, as opposed to the church burning, which was the victim victimizing themselves, or the hijabi just making it up.

    So it's not a hoax, but I bring it up because it's the kind of thing we'd be getting blamed for.

  14. Jasskirat Saini’s low IQ is externally visible. I’d be willing to believe he was somebody’s puppet.

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    • Replies: @CJ

    Jasskirat Saini’s low IQ is externally visible.

     

    His swastikas were of the traditional Hindu type, a vertical-horizontal cross with the hooks pointing counter-clockwise. The Nazi hakenkreuz is an X with the hooks pointing clockwise. So was he just too dumb to get it right, or was he hoping to scare the locals with an ancient symbol of Hindu power?
  15. Anon says:     Show CommentNext New Comment

    You know what is so disappointing?

    How lazy, un-creative, and unoriginal these guys are.

    I mean ‘KKK’ is a dead giveaway because KKK is near non-existent in the USA and just about every other hoax has ‘KKK’ theme.

    It’s like the kid crying ‘wolf’.

    If I were to pull off a HH, I would be more creative and spray paint something like “Haven Monahan Was Here!!!”

    Give Jackie Coakley credit for at least coming up with a wild story with broken glass and the rapist who texts her to praise some kid she has a crush on(ROTFL).

    That was nuts but at least inspired.

    Maybe UNZ.COM should host SJW fanfic lit. Or Panic-Fic or Panfic lit.

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    • Replies: @Kyle McKenna

    Give Jackie Coakley credit for at least coming up with a wild story with broken glass and the rapist who texts her to praise some kid she has a crush on...
     
    It's amazing: despite reading tens of thousands of words of and about her hoax, I still have trouble wrapping my mind around the 'details'. She should offer a master class.
    , @Jefferson
    "You know what is so disappointing?

    How lazy, un-creative, and unoriginal these guys are.

    I mean ‘KKK’ is a dead giveaway because KKK is near non-existent in the USA and just about every other hoax has ‘KKK’ theme."

    I am sure the number of people who showed up to Stephen Miller's Bar Mitzvah is larger than the number of real Klansmen in The U.S who are not as Cosa Nostra calls it rats.
    , @ben tillman

    You know what is so disappointing?

    How lazy, un-creative, and unoriginal these guys are.

    I mean ‘KKK’ is a dead giveaway because KKK is near non-existent in the USA and just about every other hoax has ‘KKK’ theme.

    It’s like the kid crying ‘wolf’.
     
    No, it's like the kid crying mastodon.
  16. Muslim girl, out getting drunk with her Catholic boyfriend past curfew, claimed she had been assaulted in Grand Central Station by drunks screaming “Trump!”. NYPD quickly realized that the lack of witnesses on a crowded subway along with no video despite ample security video cameras the story was garbage.

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    • Replies: @Jimi
    Reminiscent of To Kill a Mockingbird, when a young girl blames innocent man to protect herself from her father's rage.
  17. @Bleuteaux
    If it's on a college campus or involving a black church, it's a hate hoax.

    “If it’s on a college campus or involving a black church, it’s a hate hoax.”

    If it involves the words KKK or Donald Trump it’s a hate hoax.

    Hate hoaxers have to be the least creative demographic on the planet. They are not capable of creating a hate hoax that has nothing to do with Donald Trump or the KKK. Hate hoaxers are all monolithic. There is zero creativity that goes into these things.

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  18. @Taco
    Meanwhile in real news, in Ithaca NY, an insane fellow murdered a man at random because he believed that the man was Donald Trump.

    http://www.ithacajournal.com/story/news/local/2016/12/20/dryden-man-accused-murder-believed-he-shot-trump/95666064/

    Thanks, I’ll post.

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  19. @Anon
    You know what is so disappointing?

    How lazy, un-creative, and unoriginal these guys are.

    I mean 'KKK' is a dead giveaway because KKK is near non-existent in the USA and just about every other hoax has 'KKK' theme.

    It's like the kid crying 'wolf'.

    If I were to pull off a HH, I would be more creative and spray paint something like "Haven Monahan Was Here!!!"

    Give Jackie Coakley credit for at least coming up with a wild story with broken glass and the rapist who texts her to praise some kid she has a crush on(ROTFL).

    That was nuts but at least inspired.

    Maybe UNZ.COM should host SJW fanfic lit. Or Panic-Fic or Panfic lit.

    Give Jackie Coakley credit for at least coming up with a wild story with broken glass and the rapist who texts her to praise some kid she has a crush on…

    It’s amazing: despite reading tens of thousands of words of and about her hoax, I still have trouble wrapping my mind around the ‘details’. She should offer a master class.

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    @Opinionator
    What do you mean by "real"?

    It looks like an actual hate crime, i.e. he actually hates Jews, as opposed to the church burning, which was the victim victimizing themselves, or the hijabi just making it up.

    So it’s not a hoax, but I bring it up because it’s the kind of thing we’d be getting blamed for.

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    • Replies: @Opinionator
    Actual hate crime but also a hoax (swastika, KKK symbols).
  21. @Anon
    You know what is so disappointing?

    How lazy, un-creative, and unoriginal these guys are.

    I mean 'KKK' is a dead giveaway because KKK is near non-existent in the USA and just about every other hoax has 'KKK' theme.

    It's like the kid crying 'wolf'.

    If I were to pull off a HH, I would be more creative and spray paint something like "Haven Monahan Was Here!!!"

    Give Jackie Coakley credit for at least coming up with a wild story with broken glass and the rapist who texts her to praise some kid she has a crush on(ROTFL).

    That was nuts but at least inspired.

    Maybe UNZ.COM should host SJW fanfic lit. Or Panic-Fic or Panfic lit.

    “You know what is so disappointing?

    How lazy, un-creative, and unoriginal these guys are.

    I mean ‘KKK’ is a dead giveaway because KKK is near non-existent in the USA and just about every other hoax has ‘KKK’ theme.”

    I am sure the number of people who showed up to Stephen Miller’s Bar Mitzvah is larger than the number of real Klansmen in The U.S who are not as Cosa Nostra calls it rats.

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  22. @Anonymous
    It says a lot that these hate crimes can unravel over and over but liberals still don't ask of themselves or their peers to have any kind of skepticism over the next one. They can get away with it. The hoaxing might as well never have been revealed.

    The importance of the SPLC hate crime tally counter -- that has a button to make it go up, but not one to make it go down -- and some FBI report (has anyone taken a really hard into this?) to this narrative is revealed in @jchaltiwanger's pretty typical tweets throughout this thread: https://twitter.com/jchaltiwanger/status/811594871354040320


    ‏@jchaltiwanger

    Regardless of the specifics of this incident, Islamophobia is on the rise. Hatred is on the rise. The evidence is there. #BoycottDelta
     

    But if the evidence is there you journalists should be spoiled for choice picking credible cases. So why have you struck out?

    It would be useful to know how many pro-Trump hate crimes have been proven authentic in order to get a sense of the probabilities.

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    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
    Well, the Samoan lady rugby player really did construct a "wall" of shoes across the middle of the Mexican girl's dorm room to tease her. But that's not a crime, yet.

    That was the first on the New York Times' list.

    The two guys from Babson business college really did drive around Wellesley college celebrating Trump's victory. Perhaps they rolled through a stop sign without coming to a complete stop or something?

    , @CK
    0
    which gives a current probability of 0.00%
  23. @Anonymous
    It looks like an actual hate crime, i.e. he actually hates Jews, as opposed to the church burning, which was the victim victimizing themselves, or the hijabi just making it up.

    So it's not a hoax, but I bring it up because it's the kind of thing we'd be getting blamed for.

    Actual hate crime but also a hoax (swastika, KKK symbols).

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    @Kyle McKenna

    Give Jackie Coakley credit for at least coming up with a wild story with broken glass and the rapist who texts her to praise some kid she has a crush on...
     
    It's amazing: despite reading tens of thousands of words of and about her hoax, I still have trouble wrapping my mind around the 'details'. She should offer a master class.

    It’s lit genre called Magic Rapism.

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  25. Can’t anyone look at the bright side?

    One advantage of bringing in really stupid people is that you’re also bringing in really stupid liars.

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  26. @Bugg
    Muslim girl, out getting drunk with her Catholic boyfriend past curfew, claimed she had been assaulted in Grand Central Station by drunks screaming "Trump!". NYPD quickly realized that the lack of witnesses on a crowded subway along with no video despite ample security video cameras the story was garbage.

    Reminiscent of To Kill a Mockingbird, when a young girl blames innocent man to protect herself from her father’s rage.

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    • Replies: @ben tillman

    Reminiscent of To Kill a Mockingbird, when a young girl blames innocent man to protect herself from her father’s rage.
     
    To Kill a Mockingbird was a work of fiction. Tawana Brawley actually existed.
    , @Prof. Woland
    The Hillary orchestrated "11 women to come forward" was a hate hoax as well, the only difference being it was directed at only a particular white man instead of just white men in general. It is funny that as soon as Trump won the election, the whole made up scandal vanished like a fart in the wind. I would love to see some investigative follow up from responsible parties but apparently all of these women have simply vacated the scene. Like for holocaust deniers, I like to think that there is a special place in hell for these viscous liars because they sure do not get justice on earth.
  27. @Opinionator
    It would be useful to know how many pro-Trump hate crimes have been proven authentic in order to get a sense of the probabilities.

    Well, the Samoan lady rugby player really did construct a “wall” of shoes across the middle of the Mexican girl’s dorm room to tease her. But that’s not a crime, yet.

    That was the first on the New York Times’ list.

    The two guys from Babson business college really did drive around Wellesley college celebrating Trump’s victory. Perhaps they rolled through a stop sign without coming to a complete stop or something?

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    • Replies: @Jefferson
    "Well, the Samoan lady rugby player really did construct a “wall” of shoes across the middle of the Mexican girl’s dorm room to tease her. But that’s not a crime, yet."

    The Samoan chick should give the Mexican chick the Rikishi stinkface.
    https://youtu.be/c8993CIKW1Q
    , @a Newsreader

    Perhaps they rolled through a stop sign without coming to a complete stop or something?
     
    Let's be accurate here. That's more of a hate moving violation than a hate crime.
    , @Brutusale
    Babson's mascot alone is a hate crime to a Wellesley "girl".

    https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/564x/e3/c7/ed/e3c7ed39077793482ed84d42566b4b89.jpg
  28. Anonymous says:     Show CommentNext New Comment

    A selection of the Delta Youtuber’s opinions:

    (Jahar = Dzhokhar Tsarnaev)

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  29. @Taco
    Meanwhile in real news, in Ithaca NY, an insane fellow murdered a man at random because he believed that the man was Donald Trump.

    http://www.ithacajournal.com/story/news/local/2016/12/20/dryden-man-accused-murder-believed-he-shot-trump/95666064/

    “Meanwhile in real news, in Ithaca NY, an insane fellow murdered a man at random because he believed that the man was Donald Trump.”

    Are blond guys going to have to start dying their hair dark so they won’t be mistaken for Donald Trump by violent social justice warriors?

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  30. A video of a young Arab man supposedly taken off a plane for speaking in Arabic went viral

    http://newyork.cbslocal.com/2016/12/21/youtube-star-delta-arabic/

    Now it looks like the whole thing was a hoax and set up to create controversy as reported by that crazy rightwing rag The Guardian

    https://www.theguardian.com/world/2016/dec/21/adam-saleh-delta-flight-arabic

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  31. @Steve Sailer
    Well, the Samoan lady rugby player really did construct a "wall" of shoes across the middle of the Mexican girl's dorm room to tease her. But that's not a crime, yet.

    That was the first on the New York Times' list.

    The two guys from Babson business college really did drive around Wellesley college celebrating Trump's victory. Perhaps they rolled through a stop sign without coming to a complete stop or something?

    “Well, the Samoan lady rugby player really did construct a “wall” of shoes across the middle of the Mexican girl’s dorm room to tease her. But that’s not a crime, yet.”

    The Samoan chick should give the Mexican chick the Rikishi stinkface.

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  32. @Anon
    I believe in all those accts.

    Today, I was in a coffee shop when a big burly drunk pot-bellied WHITE MAN with a Maga went up to me and said, "I'LL BET YOU VOTED FOR HILLARY, YOU DAMN LIBERAL-LOOKING MAGGOT." Then he went to his car and pulled out a bat and began to attack everyone in the coffee shop and then pulled out two pistols and shot the tires of all the cars on the block screaming, "you liberals can't go home now, haha."

    What shocked me was I'm not even a prog but these Trump supporters are so deranged that they hallucinate Libs everywhere.

    > Today, I was in a coffee shop when a big burly drunk pot-bellied WHITE MAN with a [MAGA gimme cap] went up to me and said, “I’LL BET YOU VOTED FOR HILLARY, YOU DAMN LIBERAL-LOOKING MAGGOT.” Then he went to his car and pulled out a bat and began to attack everyone in the coffee shop and then pulled out two pistols and shot the tires of all the cars on the block screaming, “you liberals can’t go home now, haha.”

    Interesting. Exactly the same thing happened to me, earlier today.

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    • Replies: @ogunsiron
    Almost exactly the same thing happened to me earlier today except that Trump supporter exclusively went after all the "woke af 8 year olds" in the coffee shop! The horror!
  33. Anonymous says:     Show CommentNext New Comment
    @Opinionator
    Actual hate crime but also a hoax (swastika, KKK symbols).

    You’re right.

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    • Replies: @Opinionator
    I acknowledge it does not seem entirely like the other cases and may depend on how we define hoax. My prior comment was probably too glib.
  34. @J1234
    Found this one. Article dated yesterday, though.

    http://www.breitbart.com/texas/2016/12/20/hate-hoax-pro-trump-students-cleared-harassment-claims/

    Thanks.

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  35. @Anonymous
    You're right.

    I acknowledge it does not seem entirely like the other cases and may depend on how we define hoax. My prior comment was probably too glib.

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  36. “Guy Named Jasskirat Saini Arrested For Writing ‘KKK’ On College Campus”

    I used to think the KKK was okay, but if they’re admitting foreigners, well………

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  37. @ic1000
    > Today, I was in a coffee shop when a big burly drunk pot-bellied WHITE MAN with a [MAGA gimme cap] went up to me and said, “I’LL BET YOU VOTED FOR HILLARY, YOU DAMN LIBERAL-LOOKING MAGGOT.” Then he went to his car and pulled out a bat and began to attack everyone in the coffee shop and then pulled out two pistols and shot the tires of all the cars on the block screaming, “you liberals can’t go home now, haha.”

    Interesting. Exactly the same thing happened to me, earlier today.

    Almost exactly the same thing happened to me earlier today except that Trump supporter exclusively went after all the “woke af 8 year olds” in the coffee shop! The horror!

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  38. @Anonymous
    This one appears to be real, but misattributed (Pakistani on a swastika rampage): http://abc7ny.com/news/man-charged-after-swastikas-found-at-long-island-college/1666228/

    Yes, that’s the point – the painted swastikas was real, and that was real fire that burned down the church – the point of the “hoax” is the phony attribution. So it can be a completely made up story attributed to a Trump supporter, or an actual crime/act of vandalism made to look like it was committed by a Trump supporter.

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  39. @Anon
    You know what is so disappointing?

    How lazy, un-creative, and unoriginal these guys are.

    I mean 'KKK' is a dead giveaway because KKK is near non-existent in the USA and just about every other hoax has 'KKK' theme.

    It's like the kid crying 'wolf'.

    If I were to pull off a HH, I would be more creative and spray paint something like "Haven Monahan Was Here!!!"

    Give Jackie Coakley credit for at least coming up with a wild story with broken glass and the rapist who texts her to praise some kid she has a crush on(ROTFL).

    That was nuts but at least inspired.

    Maybe UNZ.COM should host SJW fanfic lit. Or Panic-Fic or Panfic lit.

    You know what is so disappointing?

    How lazy, un-creative, and unoriginal these guys are.

    I mean ‘KKK’ is a dead giveaway because KKK is near non-existent in the USA and just about every other hoax has ‘KKK’ theme.

    It’s like the kid crying ‘wolf’.

    No, it’s like the kid crying mastodon.

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  40. @Jimi
    Reminiscent of To Kill a Mockingbird, when a young girl blames innocent man to protect herself from her father's rage.

    Reminiscent of To Kill a Mockingbird, when a young girl blames innocent man to protect herself from her father’s rage.

    To Kill a Mockingbird was a work of fiction. Tawana Brawley actually existed.

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  41. @Anon
    You know, this can open up a whole new genre of literature.

    Haterotica, like Penthouse Letters.. or Pent-up Letters.

    SJW Porn.

    Hate Fantasies can involve teachers, tennis coaches, golf outings, vacations, students, nuns, policemen, and etc.

    Rolling Stone should carry this. Pent-Up Letter of the month.

    Pent-up Letters

    Good one.

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  43. The key thing is that the hate hoax creators live in the regular bubble….and the long comical history of busted hate hoaxers is about as far outside of that bubble as you can get.

    Thus the precocious conversation furtherer has no idea she is creating a carbon copy — with all the same “KKK” and “YOU DESERVE TO DIE DYKE!” and swastikas that look like cactuses — as in dozens of previous incidents, all of which turned out to be… he he….. well lets hope that this unfortunate situation doesn’t detract from the very real issues of ________ that happens every day to ________.

    The ensuing perverse situation is that the “noticers” can spot the hoaxes clear as day, but are forbidden from bringing up even the possibility that something is fishy. Questioning a “hate crime” is about as taboo as it gets in polite conversation, and you have to get about 2.5 standard deviations away from the media center before this sort of thing can be written about in the press or online.

    Finally, any good deplorable understands that the Haven Monaghans of the world have 0.0 interest in terrorizing minorities on the subway, burning down buildings, or spray painting slurs onto some random car in the ghetto. They are instead quite interested in not being hectored in a 24/7 cycle, and not having to actively parrot whatever nonsense of the day as a precondition normal participation in their community. Given the electoral chance to stick it to their presumed moral superiors, they have recently been happy to take it, but otherwise they stubbornly don’t seem to actively do much of anything to telegraph the evil in their hearts.

    I suspect most of the noticers and other deplorables don’t do a lot of thinking about identitarian gender studies professors or black lives matter activists, other that occasionally being exposed to them and being glad that they aren’t much intertwined with their lives.

    The 15 year old punk rockers has no idea that the squares aren’t remotely as freaked out by him as he imagines. Thus it goes for our 2016 hoaxers.

    If you can learn to control your frustration it’s actually kind of hilarious.

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    • Replies: @ben tillman

    The ensuing perverse situation is that the “noticers” can spot the hoaxes clear as day, but are forbidden from bringing up even the possibility that something is fishy. Questioning a “hate crime” is about as taboo as it gets in polite conversation.
     
    I strongly disagree. There are lots of people from whom I would conceal the fact that I voted for Trump, but I wouldn't think twice about questioning one of these "hate vandalism" claims in any society. No one cares.
  44. Does Kurt Eichenwald caught in a lie count?

    It came out yesterday he had not filed a police report. Then today, this:

    EVIDENCE: Kurt Eichenwald likely lying about seizure. He wrote in Newsweek he wouldn't press play on GIFs meaning he had autoplay turned off pic.twitter.com/Jk3TX9Oa3I— Bill Moran (@BillMoranWrites) December 22, 2016

    If the embed doesn’t work:

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    • Replies: @ben tillman

    Does Kurt Eichenwald caught in a lie count?

    It came out yesterday he had not filed a police report. Then today, this:
     
    I don't understand his allegation or your response. How could one file a police report for a Tweet?

    How could a Tweet cause a seizure?
  45. @ATX Hipster
    Jasskirat Saini's low IQ is externally visible. I'd be willing to believe he was somebody's puppet.

    Jasskirat Saini’s low IQ is externally visible.

    His swastikas were of the traditional Hindu type, a vertical-horizontal cross with the hooks pointing counter-clockwise. The Nazi hakenkreuz is an X with the hooks pointing clockwise. So was he just too dumb to get it right, or was he hoping to scare the locals with an ancient symbol of Hindu power?

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    • Replies: @ben tillman

    His swastikas were of the traditional Hindu type, a vertical-horizontal cross with the hooks pointing counter-clockwise. The Nazi hakenkreuz is an X with the hooks pointing clockwise. So was he just too dumb to get it right, or was he hoping to scare the locals with an ancient symbol of Hindu power?
     
    Very few people -- whether "Nazis" or false-flaggers -- know which way the hooks of the NSDAP swastika went. The fact that someone got it wrong doesn't mean its a false flag.

    And why would you presume that today's "Nazis" want to point the hooks the same way as the NSDAP anyway?

    , @PiltdownMan
    Jasskirat Saini is a Sikh name, not Hindu.

    He looks like a pretty sorry specimen for a Sikh, a people who are known for having a strong work ethic and are required by their religion to have an optimistic and positive attitude at all times. The latter is a religious injunction that that they actually appear to practice, based on my impression of a few that I've met.

    I'm guessing extreme left-tail.
    , @PiltdownMan
    His swastikas were of the traditional Hindu type, a vertical-horizontal cross with the hooks pointing counter-clockwise.

    The Hindu swastik and the Nazi hakenkreuz point in the same direction. The Nazi swastika is tilted at a 45 degree angle, while the Hindu symbols, typically, is not. A google image search confirms this.

    I've seen many mentions of this supposed difference between the two, but I strongly suspect that this is largely a story put out by defensive Hindus who (understandably) wish to distance their religion from the Nazis.
  46. @Portlander
    Does Kurt Eichenwald caught in a lie count?

    It came out yesterday he had not filed a police report. Then today, this:


    EVIDENCE: Kurt Eichenwald likely lying about seizure. He wrote in Newsweek he wouldn't press play on GIFs meaning he had autoplay turned off pic.twitter.com/Jk3TX9Oa3I— Bill Moran (@BillMoranWrites) December 22, 2016
     
    If the embed doesn't work:
    https://twitter.com/BillMoranWrites/status/811737605784084480

    Does Kurt Eichenwald caught in a lie count?

    It came out yesterday he had not filed a police report. Then today, this:

    I don’t understand his allegation or your response. How could one file a police report for a Tweet?

    How could a Tweet cause a seizure?

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    • Replies: @antipater_1
    Kurt Eichenwald says that he has epilepsy. Someone supposedly sent him a tweet with an embedded video that flashed at him thus causing an epileptic seizure!

    Kurt Eichenwald is a complete nut. I can't remember the details now but a while back Eichenwald made some stupid statement on twitter and a Rightist quickly showed up and began to troll him using the name "Kike Buchenwald." Hilarity ensued!
    , @CK
    Supposedly Eichenwald is an epileptic. Supposedly someone sent him a tweet with an animated gif inside. Supposedly the animated gif autoplayed in his browser. Supposedly he watched it until he seized up. Thereafter he went on a tweet run of threatening to file and doxing various people who laughed at him and or his tweets.
    The preliminary for all the drama was his appearance on Tucker Carlson's show where Eichenwald was unable to offer any proof for his claim that President Trump was committed to a mental institution sometime in the 90's.
    One can file police reports for pretty much anything that one wishes. The police may or may not follow up and may or may not arrest you for false filing if they do follow up.
    The ability of an animated gif to cause epileptic seizures has yet to be proven.
  47. @b.t.o
    The key thing is that the hate hoax creators live in the regular bubble....and the long comical history of busted hate hoaxers is about as far outside of that bubble as you can get.

    Thus the precocious conversation furtherer has no idea she is creating a carbon copy -- with all the same "KKK" and "YOU DESERVE TO DIE DYKE!" and swastikas that look like cactuses -- as in dozens of previous incidents, all of which turned out to be... he he..... well lets hope that this unfortunate situation doesn't detract from the very real issues of ________ that happens every day to ________.

    The ensuing perverse situation is that the "noticers" can spot the hoaxes clear as day, but are forbidden from bringing up even the possibility that something is fishy. Questioning a "hate crime" is about as taboo as it gets in polite conversation, and you have to get about 2.5 standard deviations away from the media center before this sort of thing can be written about in the press or online.

    Finally, any good deplorable understands that the Haven Monaghans of the world have 0.0 interest in terrorizing minorities on the subway, burning down buildings, or spray painting slurs onto some random car in the ghetto. They are instead quite interested in not being hectored in a 24/7 cycle, and not having to actively parrot whatever nonsense of the day as a precondition normal participation in their community. Given the electoral chance to stick it to their presumed moral superiors, they have recently been happy to take it, but otherwise they stubbornly don't seem to actively do much of anything to telegraph the evil in their hearts.

    I suspect most of the noticers and other deplorables don't do a lot of thinking about identitarian gender studies professors or black lives matter activists, other that occasionally being exposed to them and being glad that they aren't much intertwined with their lives.

    The 15 year old punk rockers has no idea that the squares aren't remotely as freaked out by him as he imagines. Thus it goes for our 2016 hoaxers.

    If you can learn to control your frustration it's actually kind of hilarious.

    The ensuing perverse situation is that the “noticers” can spot the hoaxes clear as day, but are forbidden from bringing up even the possibility that something is fishy. Questioning a “hate crime” is about as taboo as it gets in polite conversation.

    I strongly disagree. There are lots of people from whom I would conceal the fact that I voted for Trump, but I wouldn’t think twice about questioning one of these “hate vandalism” claims in any society. No one cares.

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    There is a pattern. I few swastikas adding spice to a few "White Power" slogans with perhaps some sexual graffiti thrown in for good measure suggests a "fake" hate crime ... the fake part being the hope that it will be pinned on whites to support the narrative that all whites are racists, sexists, and generally disagreeable people. Besides, as the theory goes, if whites didn't do it, they could have done it since racism and sexism are essential to being white.

    The swastikas are symbolic. However, minorities and the Left apparently don't know that whites, regardless of their politics, do not generally identify with Nazis of lore. And whites painting swastikas on black churches ... what would be the point except to try to overload the senses with a random set of repulsive graffiti-esque versions of emoticons? That's the giveaway: random, repulsive emoticons with no clear purpose.

    Perhaps "frauds" or "forgeries" are better words for these kinds of things since the non-PC words and symbols are there with the intent of attributing them to the wrong people.

    As for Muslim women claiming they were dragged down the stairs in burning hijabs by White Supremacists, evidently the police can easily unmask these frauds in their first interviews with the alleged victims.

  48. @Jimi
    Reminiscent of To Kill a Mockingbird, when a young girl blames innocent man to protect herself from her father's rage.

    The Hillary orchestrated “11 women to come forward” was a hate hoax as well, the only difference being it was directed at only a particular white man instead of just white men in general. It is funny that as soon as Trump won the election, the whole made up scandal vanished like a fart in the wind. I would love to see some investigative follow up from responsible parties but apparently all of these women have simply vacated the scene. Like for holocaust deniers, I like to think that there is a special place in hell for these viscous liars because they sure do not get justice on earth.

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  49. @CJ

    Jasskirat Saini’s low IQ is externally visible.

     

    His swastikas were of the traditional Hindu type, a vertical-horizontal cross with the hooks pointing counter-clockwise. The Nazi hakenkreuz is an X with the hooks pointing clockwise. So was he just too dumb to get it right, or was he hoping to scare the locals with an ancient symbol of Hindu power?

    His swastikas were of the traditional Hindu type, a vertical-horizontal cross with the hooks pointing counter-clockwise. The Nazi hakenkreuz is an X with the hooks pointing clockwise. So was he just too dumb to get it right, or was he hoping to scare the locals with an ancient symbol of Hindu power?

    Very few people — whether “Nazis” or false-flaggers — know which way the hooks of the NSDAP swastika went. The fact that someone got it wrong doesn’t mean its a false flag.

    And why would you presume that today’s “Nazis” want to point the hooks the same way as the NSDAP anyway?

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  50. @CJ

    Jasskirat Saini’s low IQ is externally visible.

     

    His swastikas were of the traditional Hindu type, a vertical-horizontal cross with the hooks pointing counter-clockwise. The Nazi hakenkreuz is an X with the hooks pointing clockwise. So was he just too dumb to get it right, or was he hoping to scare the locals with an ancient symbol of Hindu power?

    Jasskirat Saini is a Sikh name, not Hindu.

    He looks like a pretty sorry specimen for a Sikh, a people who are known for having a strong work ethic and are required by their religion to have an optimistic and positive attitude at all times. The latter is a religious injunction that that they actually appear to practice, based on my impression of a few that I’ve met.

    I’m guessing extreme left-tail.

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  51. The more I read about these false accusations in the US, the more I think of Andy Warhol’s 15 minutes of fame.

    And of Erich Fromm’s market-oriented character trait. – It’s the market of attention. It’s about being perceived, being respected, about making an impact.
    The guy who shot the UPS-driver doesn’t seem to care much about Trump as a politician – he needs the image, though. That’s enough for him. In claiming to have shot Trump, he’s already part of the magic of public awareness and – – fame. Basically, it’s an existantial thing.
    More so, I think, than it’s about hate.

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  52. @CJ

    Jasskirat Saini’s low IQ is externally visible.

     

    His swastikas were of the traditional Hindu type, a vertical-horizontal cross with the hooks pointing counter-clockwise. The Nazi hakenkreuz is an X with the hooks pointing clockwise. So was he just too dumb to get it right, or was he hoping to scare the locals with an ancient symbol of Hindu power?

    His swastikas were of the traditional Hindu type, a vertical-horizontal cross with the hooks pointing counter-clockwise.

    The Hindu swastik and the Nazi hakenkreuz point in the same direction. The Nazi swastika is tilted at a 45 degree angle, while the Hindu symbols, typically, is not. A google image search confirms this.

    I’ve seen many mentions of this supposed difference between the two, but I strongly suspect that this is largely a story put out by defensive Hindus who (understandably) wish to distance their religion from the Nazis.

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  53. @ben tillman

    Does Kurt Eichenwald caught in a lie count?

    It came out yesterday he had not filed a police report. Then today, this:
     
    I don't understand his allegation or your response. How could one file a police report for a Tweet?

    How could a Tweet cause a seizure?

    Kurt Eichenwald says that he has epilepsy. Someone supposedly sent him a tweet with an embedded video that flashed at him thus causing an epileptic seizure!

    Kurt Eichenwald is a complete nut. I can’t remember the details now but a while back Eichenwald made some stupid statement on twitter and a Rightist quickly showed up and began to troll him using the name “Kike Buchenwald.” Hilarity ensued!

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  54. @Opinionator
    It would be useful to know how many pro-Trump hate crimes have been proven authentic in order to get a sense of the probabilities.

    0
    which gives a current probability of 0.00%

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  55. Has anything come of that NFl dude (Nikita Whitlock) who was hate burglarized of his jewlry n shieet?

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    • Replies: @Jefferson
    "Has anything come of that NFl dude (Nikita Whitlock) who was hate burglarized of his jewlry n shieet?

    The type of White guys/Whitish guys/Caucasoid guys who are into the big Negro rapper like gold chains are Wiggers, Arabs, Armenians, Turks, Georgians, Albanians, Chechens, Bosnians, and Persians, none of which are known for being Donald J. Trump supporters.

  56. @ben tillman

    Does Kurt Eichenwald caught in a lie count?

    It came out yesterday he had not filed a police report. Then today, this:
     
    I don't understand his allegation or your response. How could one file a police report for a Tweet?

    How could a Tweet cause a seizure?

    Supposedly Eichenwald is an epileptic. Supposedly someone sent him a tweet with an animated gif inside. Supposedly the animated gif autoplayed in his browser. Supposedly he watched it until he seized up. Thereafter he went on a tweet run of threatening to file and doxing various people who laughed at him and or his tweets.
    The preliminary for all the drama was his appearance on Tucker Carlson’s show where Eichenwald was unable to offer any proof for his claim that President Trump was committed to a mental institution sometime in the 90′s.
    One can file police reports for pretty much anything that one wishes. The police may or may not follow up and may or may not arrest you for false filing if they do follow up.
    The ability of an animated gif to cause epileptic seizures has yet to be proven.

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    • Replies: @ben tillman

    The ability of an animated gif to cause epileptic seizures has yet to be proven.
     
    Is there even a plausible hypothesis? Any criminal charge or lawsuit seeking to assess civil liability is going to require some proof of causation plus proof that the tweeter believed it would cause a seizure.
    , @Hippopotamusdrome
    Japanese cartoon triggers seizures in hundreds of children
  57. The two guys from Babson business college really did drive around Wellesley college celebrating Trump’s victory. Perhaps they rolled through a stop sign without coming to a complete stop or something?

    Haha, beautiful. That one should go in the movie.

    I strongly disagree. There are lots of people from whom I would conceal the fact that I voted for Trump, but I wouldn’t think twice about questioning one of these “hate vandalism” claims in any society. No one cares.

    Yeah, great example. It makes more sense to hide the fact that you voted with the American majority, than it does to hide your contempt or skepticism for the sorry state of “hate crimes.”

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  58. @Svigor
    Yeah I saw three today on Drudge front page.

    Imagine if a White guy had torched a black church and painted "Vote Trump" on the wall. Media would've gone completely ape over it.

    But hey the guy is Black so it's okay. Definitely not news.

    It was news when it first came out because the mayor was sure that it was a hate crime against black people.
    The initial article had about one paragraph about the fire, and a thousand word essay about the hateful and decisive nature of Trump and his supporters.

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  59. @Anonymous
    It says a lot that these hate crimes can unravel over and over but liberals still don't ask of themselves or their peers to have any kind of skepticism over the next one. They can get away with it. The hoaxing might as well never have been revealed.

    The importance of the SPLC hate crime tally counter -- that has a button to make it go up, but not one to make it go down -- and some FBI report (has anyone taken a really hard into this?) to this narrative is revealed in @jchaltiwanger's pretty typical tweets throughout this thread: https://twitter.com/jchaltiwanger/status/811594871354040320


    ‏@jchaltiwanger

    Regardless of the specifics of this incident, Islamophobia is on the rise. Hatred is on the rise. The evidence is there. #BoycottDelta
     

    But if the evidence is there you journalists should be spoiled for choice picking credible cases. So why have you struck out?

    I’d put the SPLC somewhere down on the list of hoaxers, what with their penchant for listing reasonable people and organizations as haters.

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  60. Anon says:     Show CommentNext New Comment

    When a kind of behavior is incentivized wildly by society or what in our day is perceived as society (Big Media, Big Social Media, …), what do you expect?

    Falsely alleging to have been raped by a statistically unlikely white sexual predator is to a black woman a career-building tool like, say, taking part in a reality show.

    Social insects will do what the social environment incentivizes.

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  61. It seems like lefties are attempting to manufacture excuses to be violent towards Trump voters. Thats what the hoaxes are, faked injuries, blamed on normals, in the hopes that the relevant authorities will punish the normals. Its awfully despicable stuff. Goverments do it too though.

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  62. Has Minnesota lawmaker Ilhan Omar’s story of being called “ISIS” by a D.C cab driver been debunked yet? It made national news for a few days earlier this month.

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  63. Maybe it’s time for a running tabulation with brief descriptions, sources, and status for alleged “hate crimes.” The status could be broken down to claimed, claimed with pending investigation, confirmed by investigation, and refuted by investigation, i.e. hoax. The column totals would tell the real story.

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  64. @Whitey Whiteman III
    Has anything come of that NFl dude (Nikita Whitlock) who was hate burglarized of his jewlry n shieet?

    “Has anything come of that NFl dude (Nikita Whitlock) who was hate burglarized of his jewlry n shieet?

    The type of White guys/Whitish guys/Caucasoid guys who are into the big Negro rapper like gold chains are Wiggers, Arabs, Armenians, Turks, Georgians, Albanians, Chechens, Bosnians, and Persians, none of which are known for being Donald J. Trump supporters.

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  65. @Anon
    You know, this can open up a whole new genre of literature.

    Haterotica, like Penthouse Letters.. or Pent-up Letters.

    SJW Porn.

    Hate Fantasies can involve teachers, tennis coaches, golf outings, vacations, students, nuns, policemen, and etc.

    Rolling Stone should carry this. Pent-Up Letter of the month.

    Hmm.

    Possible lefty responses?

    “Oh, for goodness fakes”
    “”Go jump in a fake”
    “That just takes the fake”

    Not to mention their motto:

    “We’ll do whatever it fakes to win”

    This is my favorite fake documentary:

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  66. @ben tillman

    The ensuing perverse situation is that the “noticers” can spot the hoaxes clear as day, but are forbidden from bringing up even the possibility that something is fishy. Questioning a “hate crime” is about as taboo as it gets in polite conversation.
     
    I strongly disagree. There are lots of people from whom I would conceal the fact that I voted for Trump, but I wouldn't think twice about questioning one of these "hate vandalism" claims in any society. No one cares.

    There is a pattern. I few swastikas adding spice to a few “White Power” slogans with perhaps some sexual graffiti thrown in for good measure suggests a “fake” hate crime … the fake part being the hope that it will be pinned on whites to support the narrative that all whites are racists, sexists, and generally disagreeable people. Besides, as the theory goes, if whites didn’t do it, they could have done it since racism and sexism are essential to being white.

    The swastikas are symbolic. However, minorities and the Left apparently don’t know that whites, regardless of their politics, do not generally identify with Nazis of lore. And whites painting swastikas on black churches … what would be the point except to try to overload the senses with a random set of repulsive graffiti-esque versions of emoticons? That’s the giveaway: random, repulsive emoticons with no clear purpose.

    Perhaps “frauds” or “forgeries” are better words for these kinds of things since the non-PC words and symbols are there with the intent of attributing them to the wrong people.

    As for Muslim women claiming they were dragged down the stairs in burning hijabs by White Supremacists, evidently the police can easily unmask these frauds in their first interviews with the alleged victims.

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    But the poor girls in the hijabs wished that Haven Monahan had stripped them bare of their hated Muslim garments and had had his generous Irish way with their uncovered fleshed.
  67. @TheJester
    There is a pattern. I few swastikas adding spice to a few "White Power" slogans with perhaps some sexual graffiti thrown in for good measure suggests a "fake" hate crime ... the fake part being the hope that it will be pinned on whites to support the narrative that all whites are racists, sexists, and generally disagreeable people. Besides, as the theory goes, if whites didn't do it, they could have done it since racism and sexism are essential to being white.

    The swastikas are symbolic. However, minorities and the Left apparently don't know that whites, regardless of their politics, do not generally identify with Nazis of lore. And whites painting swastikas on black churches ... what would be the point except to try to overload the senses with a random set of repulsive graffiti-esque versions of emoticons? That's the giveaway: random, repulsive emoticons with no clear purpose.

    Perhaps "frauds" or "forgeries" are better words for these kinds of things since the non-PC words and symbols are there with the intent of attributing them to the wrong people.

    As for Muslim women claiming they were dragged down the stairs in burning hijabs by White Supremacists, evidently the police can easily unmask these frauds in their first interviews with the alleged victims.

    But the poor girls in the hijabs wished that Haven Monahan had stripped them bare of their hated Muslim garments and had had his generous Irish way with their uncovered fleshed.

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  68. @Steve Sailer
    Well, the Samoan lady rugby player really did construct a "wall" of shoes across the middle of the Mexican girl's dorm room to tease her. But that's not a crime, yet.

    That was the first on the New York Times' list.

    The two guys from Babson business college really did drive around Wellesley college celebrating Trump's victory. Perhaps they rolled through a stop sign without coming to a complete stop or something?

    Perhaps they rolled through a stop sign without coming to a complete stop or something?

    Let’s be accurate here. That’s more of a hate moving violation than a hate crime.

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  69. @CK
    Supposedly Eichenwald is an epileptic. Supposedly someone sent him a tweet with an animated gif inside. Supposedly the animated gif autoplayed in his browser. Supposedly he watched it until he seized up. Thereafter he went on a tweet run of threatening to file and doxing various people who laughed at him and or his tweets.
    The preliminary for all the drama was his appearance on Tucker Carlson's show where Eichenwald was unable to offer any proof for his claim that President Trump was committed to a mental institution sometime in the 90's.
    One can file police reports for pretty much anything that one wishes. The police may or may not follow up and may or may not arrest you for false filing if they do follow up.
    The ability of an animated gif to cause epileptic seizures has yet to be proven.

    The ability of an animated gif to cause epileptic seizures has yet to be proven.

    Is there even a plausible hypothesis? Any criminal charge or lawsuit seeking to assess civil liability is going to require some proof of causation plus proof that the tweeter believed it would cause a seizure.

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  70. @Steve Sailer
    Well, the Samoan lady rugby player really did construct a "wall" of shoes across the middle of the Mexican girl's dorm room to tease her. But that's not a crime, yet.

    That was the first on the New York Times' list.

    The two guys from Babson business college really did drive around Wellesley college celebrating Trump's victory. Perhaps they rolled through a stop sign without coming to a complete stop or something?

    Babson’s mascot alone is a hate crime to a Wellesley “girl”.

    https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/564x/e3/c7/ed/e3c7ed39077793482ed84d42566b4b89.jpg

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  71. @CK
    Supposedly Eichenwald is an epileptic. Supposedly someone sent him a tweet with an animated gif inside. Supposedly the animated gif autoplayed in his browser. Supposedly he watched it until he seized up. Thereafter he went on a tweet run of threatening to file and doxing various people who laughed at him and or his tweets.
    The preliminary for all the drama was his appearance on Tucker Carlson's show where Eichenwald was unable to offer any proof for his claim that President Trump was committed to a mental institution sometime in the 90's.
    One can file police reports for pretty much anything that one wishes. The police may or may not follow up and may or may not arrest you for false filing if they do follow up.
    The ability of an animated gif to cause epileptic seizures has yet to be proven.

    Japanese cartoon triggers seizures in hundreds of children

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  72. […] same plane. Unfortunately, the plane was still on the tarmac when they were removed. Then there are the daily hoaxes, which are part of their grieving […]

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