Social justice warrior turns around and walks away, because she can’t handle it when a black Trump supporter truthfully tells her that most black murder victims are killed by other blacks
This image proves that 2017 women’s march organizer Linda Sarsour wants the U.S. to adopt Sharia law
I have created the following image, which proves that 2017 women’s march organizer Linda Sarsour wants the U.S. to adopt Sharia law:
January 26, 2017. Tags: DisruptJ20, Donald Trump, female genital mutilation, Hillary Clinton, Islam, Islamization, Linda Sarsour, Muslims, Politics, Rape, rape culture, Sexism, Social justice, Social justice warriors, women's march, Women's rights. Donald Trump, Islamization, Sexism. 1 comment.
Three days before Trump’s inauguration, this video was released by Project Veritas on the veritasvisuals YouTube channel:
January 22, 2017. Tags: 2016 election, dc metro, DisruptJ20, Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton, Politics, project veritas, Social justice warriors, Videos. Donald Trump, Social justice warriors. Leave a comment.
This is what wikipedia says about the dangerous butyric acid that anti-Trump protestors were planning to release:
Inhalation of butyric acid may result in soreness of throat, coughing, a burning sensation, and laboured breathing. Ingestion of the acid may result in abdominal pain, shock, and collapse. Physical exposure to the acid may result in pain, blistering and skin burns, while exposure to the eyes may result in pain, severe deep burns and loss of vision.
Personal protective equipment such as rubber or PVC gloves, protective eye goggles, and chemical-resistant clothing and shoes are used to minimize risks when handling butyric acid.
Wow. That’s majorly serious harm that the anti-Trump protestors were planning to cause to innocent human beings.
My guess is that the release of this video four days before Trump’s inauguration is the only thing that prevented this dangerous and harmful attack against innocent people from taking place.
This undercover video by Project Veritas was published on the veritasvisuals YouTube channel four days before Trump’s inauguration:
January 22, 2017. Tags: 2016 election, anti-Trump protestors, butyric acid, DisruptJ20, Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton, Politics, project veritas, Social justice, Social justice warriors, veritasvisuals, Videos. Donald Trump, Social justice warriors. Leave a comment.
Social justice warriors criticize ballet dancing because “the body types of most ballet dancers do not adequately represent those of most Canadians”
In 1961, Kurt Vonnegut published a science fiction short story called Harrison Bergeron, which was about a future society where there were laws to enforce equality. As one example, professional ballet dancers who had practiced the art for all of their lives were required to wear heavy weights on their bodies so they would not be any better at ballet dancing than the average person who had never engaged in ballet dancing.
January 18, 2017. Tags: ballet, fat acceptance, Harrison Bergeron, Kurt Vonnegut, Social justice warriors, war against achievement. Art and sculpture, Social justice warriors, War against achievement. 4 comments.
At UC Davis, social justice warriors can’t handle the fact that a refugee from a totalitarian dictatorship actually had the nerve to defend Milo Yiannopulos’s right to free speech
January 14, 2017. Tags: Censorship, Free speech, Immigration, Milo Yiannopulos, Police state, Social justice warriors. Immigration, Milo Yiannopoulos, Police state, Social justice warriors. Leave a comment.
At UC Davis, social justice warriors use violence and assault, including throwing hot coffee at ABC News cameraman, to cause cancellation of Milo Yiannopulos speech
Frances Wang Verified account @ABC10Frances
My photographer was doing an interview when someone poured hot coffee on him & out equipment. @ucdavis @ABC10
MILO UC Davis Event Cancelled After Leftists Tear Down Barricades, Engage In Violence
January 13, 2017
MILO’s event at the University of California, Davis has been cancelled after protesters tore down barricades and engaged in scuffles outside the venue. A camerman for ABC10 was also attacked with hot coffee.
ABC-7 reports “violent interactions with protesters.” Video footage shows protesters jumping barricades and throwing them towards police.
I’ve said this before and and I’ll say it again: the only reason that social justice warriors create fake hate crimes is because there aren’t as many real hate crimes as the social justice warriors wish there were.
Police Charge Student For Threat Made At Arundel High School
January 11, 2017
BALTIMORE (WJZ) — The Anne Arundel County Police Department has charged a 14-year-old girl with a juvenile citation for sending a threatening tweet related to Arundel High School.
Police began their investigation after Arundel High School officials told them about a suspicious Twitter account.
The account, named @KoolkidsKlanKkk, reportedly sent out a tweet that read, “We’re planning to attack tomorrow”.
This account used similar language to a racial petition that had been passed around Anne Arundel High School by the “Kool Kids Klan”.
Police worked with Twitter, and were able to identify the person who created the account and sent out the threatening tweet.
That person has been identified as a 14-year-old African American female who attends Arundel High School.
Authorities interviewed the girl while she was with her parents, and police say she admitted to creating the Twitter account and sending the threatening tweet.
She was charged with a juvenile citation for disruption of school activities and released to her parents.
“It makes me really upset. I can’t believe that students would write something like that,” said parent Michelle Fitzurka.
“I kind of felt unsafe at the school and a little hurt,” said Taylor Nash, a freshman at Arundel High.
The school district said all the students involved in that incident were disciplined, but the students were not identified, and to complicate an already tense situation, Wednesday night hundreds showed up for a meeting at the school, but some parents still had questions.
“That is not good enough. What’s going to happen with the students that are still here?”said parent Tamara Hannah.
“The federal law prohibits me from telling you exactly what the consequences were. But I will say to you that the school acted swiftly, they acted aggressively and they administered appropriated disciplinary action,” said Bob Mosier, chief communications officer of Anne Arundel Public Schools.
As parents left the school, there’s hope the community will begin to heal.
“I am very confident that Ms. Davenport and the staff at the school is going to do everything they can to keep all of our children safe,” said parent Sheri Paris.
“I just hope that we can all come together, not just here at the school, but as a society,” said parent Lisa Smith.
Anne Arundel County Public Schools Superintendent George Arlotto released the following statement:
“I want to thank Police Chief Tim Altomare, State’s Attorney Wes Adams, County Executive Steve Schuh, and their staffs for their thorough and expeditious work to identify a suspect in the online post that threatened violence at Arundel High School this week. The anonymity of the internet provides a murky and complex disguise for many who want to threaten the safety and security of our communities. Our partners in the Police Department and county government peeled back that disguise quickly in this case, in the process reassuring parents, students, and staff that our schools are safe places in which to educate our children.”
During the search for Anis Amri, the Islamic terrorist who murdered 12 people in Berlin, a German politician named Till Steffen prevented Amri’s photograph from being released in order to “prevent racism”
In my opinion, this politician should be charged with aiding and abetting a terrorist and murderer.
December 24, 2016. Tags: Anis Amri, Islam, Islamic terrorism, Islamization, Muslims, Political correctness, Politics, Racism, Social justice warriors, Terrorism, Till Steffen. Islamic terrorism, Islamization, Political correctness, Racism, Social justice warriors. Leave a comment.
A Muslim student in Michigan claimed a man threatened to set her on fire. Police say it’s a hoax.
December 21, 2016
A University of Michigan student who told police that a stranger threatened to set her on fire if she didn’t remove her hijab could soon face a felony charge for false reporting.
Police say there is no evidence proving the student’s report to authorities in November, when she claimed that an intoxicated man threatened her outside the Ann Arbor campus. The investigation will be turned over to the Washtenaw County prosecutor’s office, which will decide if the student should be charged.
Lt. Matthew Lige, a detective with the Ann Arbor Police Department, told The Washington Post Wednesday that because the act of intimidation the student reported to police is considered a felony, she could be charged with a felony charge of filing a false report. Under Michigan law, that crime is punishable by up to four years in prison or a fine of not more than $2,000.
The student, whose name is not being released at this time, told police that a man in his 20s or 30s approached her between 5:30 and 7 p.m. on Nov. 11 and threatened to set her on fire with a lighter. She also said the man had an average height, an athletic build and an unkempt appearance.
After interviewing witnesses and reviewing surveillance videos, investigators with the Ann Arbor and University of Michigan police departments and the FBI found “numerous inconsistencies” with the student’s statements, according to a news release.
Lige said the identity of the student, previously identified as a 19-year-old woman, will not be released until she’s charged with a crime.
Arrest made in ‘Vote Trump’ burning of Mississippi black church
December 21, 2016
Greenville, Miss. — Mississippi authorities have made an arrest in the burning of an African-American church spray-painted with the words, “Vote Trump.”
Mississippi Department of Public Safety spokesman Warren Strain says Andrew McClinton of Leland, Mississippi, who is African-American, is charged with first-degree arson of a place of worship.
McClinton was arrested Wednesday. Hopewell Missionary Baptist Church in Greenville, Mississippi, was burned and vandalized Nov. 1, a week before the presidential election.
It was not immediately clear whether McClinton is represented by an attorney.
Greenville is a Mississippi River port city of about 32,100 people, and about 78 percent of its residents are African-American.
After the fire, Hopewell congregants began worshipping in a chapel at predominantly white First Baptist Church of Greenville.
Fire Chief Ruben Brown told The Associated Press the sanctuary of Hopewell M.B Church sustained heavy damage in the fire, while the kitchen and pastor’s office received water and smoke damage.
The words “Vote Trump” were also spray-painted on an outside wall of the church.
December 21, 2016. Tags: 2016 election, Donald Trump, Fake hate crimes, hate crimes, News, Politics, Racism, Social justice warriors. Donald Trump, Fake hate crimes, Racism, Social justice warriors. 2 comments.
Muslim college student who claimed Trump supporters attacked her on the subway under arrest for making story up
Muslim college student who claimed Trump supporters attacked her on the subway under arrest for making story up
December 14, 2016
She made it all up — and now she’s under arrest.
The Muslim college student who claimed she was harassed on the subway by three men who shouted “Donald Trump,” called her a terrorist and tried to rip her hijab off her head has admitted to detectives that she concocted the entire story, the Daily News has learned.
Yasmin Seweid, 18, has been charged with filing a false report, a police source said.
Seweid had numerous opportunities to admit the incident never happened but again and again stood by her story, the source said.
On Wednesday, after again being confronted with questions from detectives increasingly suspicious of her story she recanted and said she made it all up, citing family problems.
The police source said criminally charging her was appropriate.
“This isn’t something we normally like to do but she had numerous opportunities to admit nothing happened and she kept sticking by her story,” the source said.
“We dedicated a lot of resources to this — and don’t get me wrong, this is what we do — but we had guys going back and forth, looking for video and witnesses. And we couldn’t find anything.”
“Nothing happened — and there was no victim.”
It wasn’t immediately clear what Seweid hoped to gain by lying to police.
The Baruch College student claimed that on her way home to Long Island the night of Dec. 1 she encountered three drunken men on an uptown No. 6 train.
She said straphangers stood by and did nothing while the trio mocked her and tried to tear the religious garb from her head.
“It made me really sad after when I thought about it,” she said. “People were looking at me and looking at what was happening and no one said a thing. They just looked away.”
She provided police a description of the suspects, one of whom police believed they saw on video following her when she got off the subway at Grand Central Station to look for police. At the same time, there were inconsistencies in her story.
For awhile, police believed those to be nothing more than typical of someone traumatized, but detectives could not find witnesses or any significant video.
Then, last week, she left home and was reported missing on Thursday — only to turn up safe and sound Friday.
That, sources said, increased the suspicions surrounding her tale.
December 14, 2016. Tags: Donald Trump, Fake hate crimes, Islam, Muslims, Political correctness, Politics, Racism, Social justice warriors. Donald Trump, Fake hate crimes, Racism, Social justice warriors. 2 comments.
Lovely Warren, the mayor of Rochester, New York, said that even though red light cameras save lives, she wants to get rid of them because they disproportionately affect the poor
Mayor cancels red light camera program
December 1, 2016
Citing disproportionate impact on some of the city’s most impoverished neighborhoods, Mayor Lovely Warren on Thursday announced an end to Rochester’s red-light camera program.
If City Council approves, the mayor said, the cameras will go dark Dec. 31.
“I reached the conclusion the benefits simply don’t justify a further extension” of the contract, she said. “I’m very concerned that too many of these tickets have been issued to those who simply can’t afford them, which is counter-productive to our efforts to reverse our city’s troubling rates of poverty.”
Rochester launched its red-light camera program in October 2010 and currently has 48 cameras at 32 intersections.
Each ticket issued carries a $50 fine, with a portion of that going to pay for rental of the cameras and processing of the tickets. The city’s contract with Redflex Traffic Systems is such that Redflex loses money unless the cameras generate enough ticket revenue to cover expenses. Anything above those expenses goes to the city.
Leonard Redon, special assistant to the deputy mayor, said the program typically generates actual revenue of between $800,000 and $1 million annually.
“That was something we had to take into consideration when making this decision,” he said. “But ultimately, this is about the citizens and their needs.”
In 2012, Rochester was among 533 communities across the country using red-light cameras to help enforce traffic law. That’s when red-light camera use reached its peak, according to the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety. As of this month, just 430 communities are now using red-light cameras.
The reasons officials give for shuttering the systems vary, but often include a high cost for citations and citizen outcry over the automated enforcement.
In some areas, municipalities have run into trouble because traffic signals weren’t providing motorists a consistent 3.6-second interval for yellow lights, and others have run afoul of their own state laws governing how motorists are notified of their tickets.
Acknowledging issues here, Warren noted that the program has been “wildly unpopular” since its inception.
Transportation groups nonetheless advocate for red light cameras. The Insurance Institute says flipping the switch on the program will likely cost lives. According to their studies, cities that ran with red-light cameras between 2010 and 2014 saw a 21 percent drop in the number of fatal red-light-running crashes, while those that turned their systems off saw a 30 percent increase.
David Goldenberg, a spokesman with the Traffic Safety Coalition, said there’s no question data shows red-light cameras make intersections safer.
“The data is absolutely conclusive that cameras made Rochester roads safer and data from around the country shows that red-light running crashes, injuries and even deaths per capita go up when the cameras get turned off,” he said.
Here, a study released by the city in May showed an overall reduction of 21 percent in crashes at intersections with red-light cameras since the cameras were installed. The report looked at nearly 6,000 accident reports dating back to 2007.
Still, Warren said, she found the report unpersuasive.
“Some of the intersections with cameras did see a decrease in red-light violations, others saw an increase and some stayed the same,” she said. “Meanwhile the ZIP codes that have the city’s highest poverty rates, like 14605, 14609 and 14621 generated the highest numbers of red-light camera tickets.”
Rochester attorney Lawrence Krieger, an outspoken critic of the red-light camera program — who filed an unsuccessful lawsuit challenging the city’s use of the technology — said the decision to stop using them was a long time coming.
“This is an early Christmas present to the drivers of Rochester, to the voters of Rochester,” he said. “But I’ll take it either way. This shows this was never about safety or people actually running red lights…I’m glad the mayor reached this conclusion and I think stopping the program because it so unfairly and disproportionately hurts poor people is a good enough reason.”
In his lawsuit, Krieger claimed red-light cameras deny motorists basic protections of due process, but a state Supreme Court Justice in 2013 upheld the city’s program.
“My legal battle went back through the court system three years ago and the city won in the court of law, but today we won in the court of public opinion,” said Krieger. “The city had six years of a cash grab and that’s enough.”
City officials will determine how to best absorb the loss of ticket revenue as they begin developing the 2017-18 budget in January.
While the cameras are slated to go dark at the end of the month, all tickets issued in the past and until the program shuts down will still have to be paid, said Warren.
And, she said, Rochester police will continue to enforce traffic law, even without the cameras.
“Let me be perfectly clear: running a red light is very dangerous and puts our citizens and visitors at risk,” she said. “Running a red light is still against the law, it was against the law when we started this program and it will continue to be against the law when we end this program.”
December 5, 2016. Tags: Car accidents, Car crashes, Death, Dumb people, dying, Idiots, Lovely Warren, Political correctness, Politics, Poverty, red light cameras, safety, Social justice warriors, Stupid people, traffic accidents, traffic fatalities. Political correctness, Politics, Social justice warriors. 1 comment.
Another fake hate crime: black man arrested in Philadelphia for spraying anti-black, pro-Trump, pro-Nazi graffiti on vehicles and businesses
Hate Hoax: Black Man Arrested for ‘Racist’ and ‘Nazi’ Trump Graffiti
December 2, 2016
A 58-year-old African-American man was arrested for allegedly spray-painting a “racist” message followed with President-Elect Donald Trump’s name the day after the New York business mogul’s stunning victory.
William Tucker of southern New Jersey was arrested by Philadelphia police for vandalizing multiple vehicles and homes on Nov. 9, where he wrote messages like “Trump Rules” and “Black B*tch” on an African-American woman’s car, Philly.com reported.
Tucker also allegedly spray-painted Trump’s name next to a Nazi swastika on a storefront window.
That morning, residents in the area awoke to the racist and pro-Trump Nazi messages, which mainstream media outlets published as evidence of a racial hate crime by Trump supporters.
The New York Daily News, with no evidence, blamed Nazis living in the country for the graffiti, writing:
Donald Trump’s unexpected rise to the presidency coincided with the 78th anniversary of Kristallnacht — and Nazis in Philadelphia appeared to revel in the fact as police there discovered the President-elect’s name spray-painted alongside swastikas on a storefront window Wednesday morning.
The Daily Beast took the same route with the graffiti, alluding to an historic neo-Nazi motive:
Swastikas, racist graffiti, and allusions to Nazi Germany appeared on storefronts and other locations in Philadelphia overnight, following Donald Trump’s victory. An SUV was painted with “Trump Rules” and “Black Bitch.” Another shop had “Sieg Heil 2016” painted on its window with a swastika. Others had “Trump,” where the “T” was replaced with a swastika. Many of the incidents were reported to police overnight for cleanup and investigation, according to the Philadelphia Inquirer. Wednesday is also the 78th anniversary of Kristallnacht, “The Night of Broken Glass,” when Nazi Germany encouraged pogroms against Jewish sites across Berlin in 1938.
Tucker is being charged with four counts of criminal mischief and will appear in court on December 8 for a preliminary hearing.
Hateful ‘Trump’ Notes Allegedly Aimed at Student Were Fabricated, University Says
November 22, 2016
Hateful notes and emails allegedly sent to a North Park University student were “fabricated,” the school’s president said Tuesday in a statement, and the woman who claimed they were aimed toward her is no longer enrolled at the school.
“We are confident there is no further threat of repeated intolerance to any member of our campus community stemming from this recent incident,” the university’s President David Parkyn said in a statement.
The student, Taylor Volk, said on Nov. 14 she had received emails and notes taped to her door containing harassing, threatening language and mentions of President-elect Donald Trump. She had also posted pictures of notes with homophobic slurs to her Facebook account.
Volk and school officials did not immediately respond to request for comment.
Volk said at the time she was confident North Park was investigating the matter, although the school would not comment directly on the notes to NBC 5. The university’s marketing director, Chris Childers, said in a phone interview earlier this month “any incident that is reported to North Park is taken extremely seriously.”
A Chicago Police official said on Nov. 14 they could not find any report about the incident.
“When student safety is compromised, and when institutional values are not maintained, we will respond with resolve as we did in the most recent incident,” Parkyn said. “Additionally, we ask members of the community to reflect our institutional ethos and commitment in our interpersonal relationships—through inclusion, civility, dialogue, respect, hospitality, and a mutual love for God and all people.”
North Park’s campus is located in Chicago’s Albany Park neighborhood, noted for its diversity as an immigrant gateway community, on the city’s Northwest Side.
The Southern Poverty Law Center said that there were 701 hateful incidents of harassment reported around the country in the week since the presidential election, though not all reports were verified. About 65 percent of the incidents were from the first three days following the election, and there has been a steady drop-off since, the hate-tracking group said.
Trump has called for people to stop such displays.
As a libertarian, I fully support a woman’s right to control her body, including, but not limited to, getting an abortion, smoking marijuana, and wearing her hair however she wants.
Unfortunately, the social justice warriors who claim to support a woman’s right to control her body are making an exception for white women who like to wear their hair in a black style.
Also, unfortunately, a white woman named Emily Bador has allowed herself to be brainwashed by the social justice warriors into believing that it is somehow wrong for her to wear her hair the way that she wants to wear it.
I don’t know who Emily Bador is. I’d never heard of her before I read this Washington Post article.
But I sincerely hope that she will choose to use her brain, and realize that she has the right to wear her hair however she wants to wear it, and also realize that there is no logical reason for her to feel guilty for wearing her hair the way that she wants to wear it.
Also – and I find this to be absolutely hilarious – a black magazine “accidentally” put Ms. Bador’s photograph on their magazine cover, because they did “not know” that she was white.
I would also like to point out that while the social justice warriors accused Ms. Bador of cultural appropriation for wearing a black hairstyle, they said absolutely nothing about the fact that she was wearing a nose ring, which, if the social justice warriors were consistent, is also something that, according to their own “logic,” is a form of cultural appropriation. In fact, many of these social justice warriors themselves wear nose rings, which means that they themselves are guilty of the very same kind of cultural appropriation that they accused Bador of committing.
Here is an excerpt from the Washington Post article:
Black U.K. beauty magazine accidentally put a white model on its cover. Apologies followed.
November 23, 2016
Emily Bador is a white woman. She is not, therefore, a black woman. Normally, that wouldn’t be news worth reporting, mostly because it isn’t news.
But her race came into play recently due to the new cover of Blackhair magazine, a British glossy that bills itself as “an internatio nal bi-monthly magazine for the style conscious black woman. Packed with 100’s of hair inspiratio ns, fashion, lifestyle and celebrity interviews , we are one of the leading publicatio ns for women of colour in Europe.”
The magazine, which generally if not always features black or mixed-race models, used her photograph for the cover of its December/January issue. The editors have admitted they didn’t know she was white.
Prominently on the glossy cover was Bador.
This is the text of Bador’s apology, as reported in the Washington Post article:
I would deeply and sincerely like to apologise to every one for this, and black women especially. I would like to clarify, I believe this shoot is from when I was around 15 and didn’t understand cultural appropriation or the impact it has on POC. I was uneducated, which obviously is no excuse, ignorant and immature. Growing up in a very very white city, I had no idea the struggles black women face and how often they were persecuted for their hair. I didn’t understand how black women are constantly told their natural hair is inappropriate/unprofessional for the work place, or how young girls are told they can’t go to school with natural hair. I didn’t understand that shoots like this support the very Eurocentric beauty standard that the mainstream media focus on which reinforce the idea that black features are only ok on white women. I didn’t understand that as a white passing woman I’d be praised for this hair, but if I was a black woman I’d be persecuted. I didn’t understand cultural appropriation. I do regret doing this. I hold up my hands, I’m so so so sorry and I’m very sorry this cover was taken away from a black woman. This image is (I think, although I’m not 100% sure) about 3/4 years old, it was never intended to be on the cover of this magazine. If I had known it was going to be published, I would never have condoned it. I’m upset and angry I was never asked by the photographer/hair salon/anyone if this image could be used for the cover Black Hair. I’m so glad I’ve educated myself and surrounded my self with people to teach me what is right and wrong. I constantly am learning and becoming more and more informed. It’s important to come forward and be honest with ourselves about our past mistakes, otherwise we will never learn. Again, I’m truly, deeply sorry to anyone I’ve offended and I hope if nothing else this post can educated others so they don’t make similar mistakes. (also please let me know if I’ve said anything wrong or offensive in this post!!! or anything i can add!!!! i love u all sm and the last thing i want to do is offend or hurt any one, i really hope you don’t all think im a massive twat.
November 23, 2016. Tags: African American hair, African American hair styles, african americans, Black hair, Blackhair, Blackhair magazine, Cultural appropriation, Emily Bador, hair, hairstyles, News, Political correctness, Politics, Racism, Social justice warriors. Political correctness, Racism, Social justice warriors. 1 comment.
These social just warriors think there aren’t enough real hate crimes, so they go and create fake ones. Here’s yet another example:
BG police say student lied about politically driven attack
November 17, 2016
BOWLING GREEN (13abc Action News) – Strong accusations were made by a Bowling Green State University student the day after election day.
Eleesha Long said she was assaulted and called a racial slur, but BG police said she made the story up.
Long wrote a police complaint on November 9th that reads in part, “while walking down Crim St to ask for yard signs, three boys began to throw rocks at me.”
Long continued to write the white males shouted profanity at her while wearing Trump shirts. She described how all three young men looked and what they were wearing.
Reports show she posted what happened to her on Facebook page, but never called 911.
BG detectives said her post got a lot of attention, including her father who told law enforcement he couldn’t locate the 24-year-old after the alleged incident.
A BGSU officer took Long to the police station where she gave a statement.
However, throughout the investigation she changed her story multiple times.
Lt. Dan Mancuso with the BG Police Division said, “several times the complainant changed her story about what happened, where it happened, and when it happened.”
Lt. Mancuso said they obtained a search warrant for her Facebook and Verizon history. Turned out, she wasn’t where she said she was Lt. Mancuso added.
“Based on that information, it proved that she was not in the location that of when she said it occurred,” Lt. Mancuso told 13abc.
Her text messages allegedly reveal her real motivation may have been frustration with friends and family who were Trump supporters.
A BG student, Monica Florez said, “I think that it’s terrible that someone would want to start lying about something like that.”
The police reports are laced with racist remarks against Trump supporters that she sent to her boyfriend and mother. According to reports, she used words like, “this is why you should take an IQ test to vote,” “I hope they all get AIDS,” “I haven’t met a decent Trump supporter yet.”
A BG student said regardless of who you wanted to win the election, “we all have to move forward together and make peace.”
Karl Hinshaw, the Pres. of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. said “I feel like as a country we need to try to get away from that whole race issue, but unfortunately things happen everyday.”
Long was charged with falsification and obstructing official business.
She was also issued a citation and will have a future court date.
13abc spoke with Long. She said she has an attorney and will fight the case.
It seems that almost all of the hate crimes that happen on college campuses turn out to be fake. Here’s the latest example:
Students Face Disciplinary Action After Hoaxing ‘KKK’ Vandalism
Two Williams College students are now facing disciplinary action after hoaxing vandalism which appeared to be Ku Klux Klan (KKK) inspired days after the 2016 Election.
The two students, whom the college has not publicly named, poured fake blood on staircases of a building and spelled out “AMKKK KILL” on the walls, according to the Williams Record.
November 21, 2016
On the day that the vandalism was discovered, campus organizations had to cancel meetings in the building as a result.
Shortly thereafter, local police were notified of the vandalism and began investigating the incident, even getting the Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) and Massachusetts State Police involved in the case.
After investigating more than 40 persons of interest, police concluded that two students performed the act as a statement against President-Elect Donald Trump.
Williams College President Adam Falk said in a statement that the two students admitted “they had committed the vandalism to bring attention to the effects of the presidential election on many within our community.”
“Their actions did much more than damage property,” Falk continued. “They harmed our entire community and caused considerable fear, among students in particular.”
“We are deeply distressed that anyone in our community would feel compelled to express themselves in such a destructive and harmful way,” Falk said.
The two students are now facing disciplinary action, according to Falk.
The Massachusetts hate crime hoax is one of many that has occurred since Trump’s victory against Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton.
In Louisiana, a Muslim student claimed she was attacked by Trump supporters and had her hijab pulled off her head, only for police to discover that she fabricated the story, as Breitbart Texas reported. The student is now facing misdemeanor charges.
In Ohio, a Bowling Green State University student faces similar charges after repeatedly misleading police investigators about a claimed rock-throwing attack she suffered at the hands of Trump supporters.
November 22, 2016. Tags: 2016 election, Donald Trump, Fake hate crimes, hate crimes, KKK, Ku Klux Klan, Racism, Social justice warriors. Donald Trump, Fake hate crimes, Racism, Social justice warriors. 1 comment.
University of New Hampshire professor Robin Hackett calls for expulsion of students because they made fun of anti-Trump protestors
As is almost always the case in situations such as these, none of the crybaby, pro-censorship professors cited in this article are STEM majors.
In addition, some of the professors involved illegally used university resources to promote their political agenda. I fully support their right to promote their political agenda, but they should do so on their own dime and on their own time.
UNH profs call for expulsion of Trump supporters
Professors at the University of New Hampshire are calling for the expulsion of two students who counter protested an anti-Trump rally while wearing Harambe and Richard Nixon costumes.
Two of the professors are part of the Women’s Studies Department, which recently came under fire for promoting the protest against Trump on its official Facebook page.
November 20, 2016
Professors at the University of New Hampshire are calling for the expulsion of two students who counter protested an anti-Trump rally while wearing Harambe and Richard Nixon costumes.
A former UNH professor, Courtney Marshall, posted a photo of the students on her Facebook, writing, “There was a walkout yesterday at my former institution (UNH), and these two people showed up.”
“Time to call for an investigation leading to the expulsion of these students,” said Robin Hackett, an associate professor of English as well as a faculty member of the Women’s Studies Program, before listing the names of several administrators for professors to direct their complaints.
Another English professor and Women’s Studies Program faculty member, Siobhan Senier, drafted a letter to UNH President Huddleston and Provost Targett, claiming that the Harambe costume is “harassing, intimidating, and racist.”
English lecturer Molly Campbell decried the use of the American flag during the counter protest, whining that “there was a huge truck waving American and trump flags driving back and forth blaring it’s horn. Nixon was throwing pacifiers at the crowd.”
“Are they assholes? Definitely; are they Racist agitators? Yes, but probably only because of personal ignorance, which isn’t an excuse,” Beemer asserted.
When asked about the professors’ posts, university spokesperson Erika Mantz told Campus Reform that “Every member of the University of New Hampshire community has the right to hold, defend, and promote their personal opinions.”
At least two of the professors who called for disciplinary action against the counter-protesters are members of the Women’s Studies Program, which sanctioned the anti-Trump rally on its official Facebook page, flouting tax rules that prevent universities from engaging in partisan political activity.
“WS wants to make sure you know about this march that is happening tomorrow,” WSP wrote, sharing the “Our Power Walk Out and March.”
“This is to show our solidarity with all people who are at risk of getting their rights taken away by a Trump presidency, and to ensure that it is known that Trump’s hateful rhetoric does not represent our generation and we will not allow any anti-climate, racist, sexist, or xenophobic policies to win through,” the description states.
WSP even provided students with materials for the event, encouraging protesters to come by to “make your own poster.”
N.H. Rev. Stat. § 15:5 states that “…no recipient of a grant or appropriation of state funds may use the state funds to… participate in political activity, or contribute funds to any entity engaged in these activities.”
Erika Mantz told Campus Reform the university is “troubled” by the posts, although they have not yet been removed from the page.
“UNH is troubled by the partisan nature of some social media posts by the Women’s Studies Department. UNH encourages its students, faculty, and staff to be engaged citizens but as a university we do not advocate for particular candidates or political parties,” Mantz commented. “The university is working with the department to review the posts. UNH is aware of state law around political activity. “
However, the Women’s Studies Program has involved itself in political activity several times prior in now-deleted Facebook posts, including inviting students to an event with Feminist Majority, a nonprofit that “works to elect pro-choice feminist candidates,” and posting links to events on Hillary Clinton’s website.
New Hampshire State Representative Yvonne Dean-Bailey criticized UNH in a statement to Campus Reform for allowing school resources to be used to “promote the liberal agenda” and said the school must remain focused on providing a “quality education” to students.
“UNH must work to return their focus to providing quality and affordable education, rather than using valuable school resources to promote the liberal agenda,” Dean-Bailey declared. “While students struggle to afford a quality education, school resources continue to be severely mismanaged. I’m hopeful UNH will work to restore their priorities of providing exceptional and inclusive education for all students and that starts by ending divisive and non-inclusive campaigning with university resources.”
November 21, 2016. Tags: 2016 election, Donald Trump, Dumbing down, Education, Politics, professors, Robin Hackett, Social justice warriors, University of New Hampshire. Donald Trump, Dumbing down, Education. Leave a comment.
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I’ve said this before and I’ll say it again: some social justice warriors think there are not enough real hate crimes in the world, so they go and invent fake ones:
Man admits to faking hate crime in Malden
Claimed men referenced ‘Trump country,’ lynching
November 18, 2016
In the latest case of a faked hate crime, a 20-year-old man has admitted he made it up when he told Malden cops he was harassed by two men proclaiming it’s “Trump country now.”
The man, whose name police have not released, had filed a complaint saying when he got off an MBTA bus near Broadway Square in Malden at 10 p.m. Tuesday, at least two white men approached him.
The men used a racial slur, made a reference to lynching and warned him this is Donald “Trump country now,” according to the report he gave police. He was able to get away from the men and hid before calling police, officials said.
Investigators prioritized resources for the suspected “hate crime” incident and re-interviewed the alleged victim.
“As a result, it has been determined that the story was completely fabricated,” Malden police Chief Kevin Molis said in a statement. “The alleged victim admitted that he had made up the entire story,” saying he wanted to “raise awareness about things that are going on around the country.”
Police informed the man of the legal consequences of filing a false police report and warned him of the potential damaging impact that they had on the local community.
Malden Mayor Gary Christenson said, “When I heard the story was fabricated, we were not surprised at all.”
Christenson said he was told about the incident in an email at 12:30 a.m. Wednesday and he reached out to Molis, who was working on it by 2:30 a.m.
“Our community reacted quickly, and 24 to 48 hours later, here we are feeling better about who we are and why we are one of the most diverse cities in the state,” Christenson said. “Residents like ours who are letting us know when they hear or see something like this, that is important to how a city like ours moves forward.”
News reports of claims of harassment and hateful graffiti by Trump supporters have abounded since the Nov. 8 election, but a number of high-profile cases have fallen apart. In Lafayette, La., a Muslim woman will be charged with filing a false report after she admitted to making up a story about two men — one in a Trump hat — robbing her of her wallet and her hijab head scarf. In Santa Monica, Calif., police said they could find no evidence an alleged beating of a gay man by Trump supporters had taken place.
November 16, 2016. Tags: 2016 election, Donald Trump, Dumb people, Funny videos, Humor, Idiots, Idiots blocking traffic, Politics, Social justice warriors, Stupid people, Videos. Idiots blocking traffic. Leave a comment.
CNN commentator Symone Sanders says violence against black people is a “hate crime” but violence against white people is “protesting”