THIS WEEK’S HATE-HOAX ROUNDUP!
Forty-five-year-old Andrew McClinton is a very black man with two prior convictions for armed robbery. He is also a member of the Hopewell Missionary Baptist Church in Leland, MS. Last Wednesday he was arrested and charged with arson for allegedly setting his church ablaze on November 1 and spray-painting VOTE TRUMP on its exterior.
An unnamed University of Michigan student who told police that a white man threatened to set her hijab on fire on November 11 is now possibly facing charges after investigators concluded that she pulled the whole story out of her swarthy and undoubtedly hairy ass.
On Long Island, police have arrested a 20-year-old man in connection with “110 anti-Semitic drawings—along with a stray “KKK” here and there—many of which were found at Nassau Community College. To the undoubtedly severe disappointment of the SPLC and its media lapdogs, the suspect is named Jasskirat Saini, a surly, dark-skinned Indian whom it can be reasonably inferred was never a Klansman, much less an Exalted Cyclops.
In Dallas, a black man named David Williams was outed on Facebook by his wife as the man who set his own pickup truck ablaze and spray-painted NIGGER LOVERS on his own garage door. Jenny Williams stated that her hubby is “currently at a mental health facility and will be arrested upon his release.”
COMING SOON: THE NATIONAL LYNCHING MEMORIAL
What could be more fun than packing the wife, kids—and heck, even the family dog—in your station wagon and motoring down to Alabammy to visit a “national lynching memorial”?
Formally named the Memorial to Peace and Justice and scheduled to open in 2018, this monument to Race Porn is buoyed by a $10 million donation from leftist philanthropists Pat and Jon Stryker. The whole project is being “spearheaded”—whatever that means—by something called the Equal Justice Initiative, founded by a certain Bryan Stevenson. He says that the world needs a lynching museum because “we haven’t talked about slavery, we haven’t talked about lynching,” and he is obviously lying through his teeth.
The Equal Justice Initiative has said it has documented over 4,000 victims of lynching between 1877 and 1950. This is slightly more than the 3,445 black lynching victims the Tuskegee Institute has counted between 1882 and 1968.
Still, both numbers are far lower than the 6,000-7,000 black Americans who are killed by other black Americans every single year. When can we expect to see a museum devoted to all these victims?
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