WASHINGTON: Like a modern-day tale of David and Goliath, Covington High School student Nick Sandmann is taking on liberals and the libelous rush to judgment. Sadly Sandmann is just one of the latest to be attacked by liberals pursuing a narrative of racial division in America.
Decades of Liberal Hate Crime Hoaxes
Dr. Wilfre Reilly Professor of political science says nearly all of the hate crimes of the last three years are actually hate crime hoaxes. And most of them are perpetrated by the left to promote their ideology. Reilly is the author of Hate Crime Hoax: How the Left is Selling a Fake Race War.
From Tawaly Brawley to Nick Sandmann to Justin Smollett, the media rush to accept hate crime hoaxes as fact as long as the promote racial tensions and divide America into us and them.
In his book, Professor Reilly examines over one hundred “hate crimes” that never actually happened. Exploring why so many Americans are driven to fake hate crimes. We’re not experiencing an epidemic of hate crimes, Reilly concludes that we are experiencing an unprecedented epidemic of hate crime hoaxes.
America’s Grievance Machine
It is not much of a secret that in America we have a well-funded grievance machine. It is funded by CAIR, The Southern Poverty Law Center, the Democrat party and the liberal media.
And they get away with it. Not with the lies, those are always revealed in the brightness of the light. But in their constant march to create racial division through lies. Remember Ferguson and the national outrage based on a lie? (‘Hands up, don’t shoot’ was built on a lie) That lie leading to the destruction of the career of a Police Officer, Darren Wilson.
The Washington Post on Ferguson
“What DOJ found made me ill. Wilson knew about the theft of the cigarillos from the convenience store and had a description of the suspects. Brown fought with the officer and tried to take his gun. And the popular hands-up storyline, which isn’t corroborated by ballistic and DNA evidence and multiple witness statements, was perpetuated by Witness 101. In fact, just about everything said to the media by Witness 101, whom we all know as Dorian Johnson, the friend with Brown that day, was not supported by the evidence and other witness statements.”
Tawan Brawley launches race agitator Al Sharpton’s career
In 1987 Tawana Brawley, an African-American 15-year-old teen falsely accuses four white men of raping her. The charges receive widespread national attention because of her age and that she accuses a police officer and a prosecuting attorney of the crime.
Adding fuel to the fire, Brawley was found in a garbage bag, with racial slurs written on her body. And feces in her hair. It was hard to imagine that this was a hoax because of her condition.
Starting a decades trend of making false claims of hate crimes, Brawley’s advisers Al Sharpton, Alton H. Maddox and C. Vernon Mason all come out to vocally condemn the men accused by Brawley creating racial controversy. Sharpton led the charge that the state was covering up the crime because the accused were white.
Brawley Grand Jury
In October 1988, after hearing from 180 witnesses, reviewing 250 exhibits and recording more than 6,000 pages of testimony the Grand Jury found that Brawley had not been the victim of a forcible sexual assault.
Despite that evidence that Brawley had perpetrated a hate crime hoax, the teen was still defended. Patricia J. Williams, a proponent of critical race theory that says race is the fundamental determinant of the American legal system wrote that the teenager:
“Has been the victim of some unspeakable crime. No matter how she got there. No matter who did it to her—and even if she did it to herself.”
If Ford’s attacker was not Kavanaugh it was someone and he should pay the price
A sentiment we heard applied to both Christine Blasey Ford who falsely accused Justice Brett Kavanaugh and to Jussie Smollett.
“The #MeToo movement is terribly compelling, but I’m not someone who thinks every accusation is true,” said Nancy Gertner, a retired federal judge who teaches at Harvard Law said at the time of the testimony. “I also don’t believe every accusation is false. So I could not say from [prior] press accounts, ‘oh, I believe it.’ But after today, I can say that.”
Gertner also said:
Gertner said the science around trauma shows that it sometimes “obfuscates your memory, and sometimes trauma enhances it. The clarity of her testimony and her effect make it clearer to me that this was seared into her memory.”
The Christine Blasey Ford hate crime hoax
However, it was clear to any thinking person that the lack of corroboration from those Ford identified as being able to corroborate her account, that her accusations were at best a lie, at worse a hoax perpetrated by Senator Dianne Feinstein and the liberal body.
Since people are now talking about possible charges being filed against Jussie Smollett for making a false police report……….
are you all going to start making sure charges are filed against all these white people we see on video making false reports on innocent Black ppl?
— Tariq Nasheed ?? (@tariqnasheed) February 20, 2019
@MillerStream breaks down the attacks, including Smollett’s for exactly what they are:
Jussie Smollett’s “attack” looks more & more like a hate crime hoax!
WATCH: @MillerStream break down the liberals’ attempts to fabricate a narrative about “evil” Trump supporters that is SO backwards, it would make you laugh — if it weren’t so destructive to our society. pic.twitter.com/PlTG2TGYfG
— BlazeTV (@BlazeTV) February 20, 2019
Liberals never pay the price
Now the Covington Student, Nick Sandmann is suing the Washington Post for their attacks and false reporting, i.e., libel, against the student. And he is suing big. $250,000,000 big.
If you forget the story, the media and social media warriors lost their collective minds over this video:
Only this was just a brief glimpse of the encounter and only told one aspect of a bifurcated moment. Sandmann’s libel lawyer, L Linn Wood, releases this 15-minute capsulization of what really happened beneath the gaze of Honest Abe.
Why is this happening?
As Joy Behar says in a rare moment of truth, we do this because “we are desperate to get Trump out of office.”
While Trump Derangement Syndrome is the catalyst behind the more recent hoaxes (see below), they are nothing new.
In the late 1980’s Morton Downey Jr. falsely claims to be attacked by neo-Nazis.
The Duke University lacrosse team is falsely accused of attacking an African-American exotic dancer. A gay man falsely accuses Whole Foods of decorating his cake with the slur, “fag.”
We should also remember a recent video of a child being separated from his mother at the border that turned out to be a hoax. The Kavanaugh Supreme Court confirmation battle likewise had its share of hoaxes, if not out and out lies.
Such hoaxes are overwhelmingly common and tiresome.
The Federalist (15 Recent Hate Crime Hoaxes That Might Make You Suspect There’s A Trend) offers just 15 of the many hoaxes from the recent path. Please note, the Federalist gives credit to the writers who helped compile this list here, here, here, and here.
A pro-gay Indiana church was vandalized with slurs, including one reading, “Heil Trump.” It was actually the church’s own organ player who did it as a hoax.
Firefighters battled arson at a church attended by African Americans. On the wall of the church, the presumed arsonist wrote, “Vote Trump,” in an apparent reference to the upcoming election. It was a sick hoax perpetrated by one of the parishioners.
In Lafayette, Kentucky, a woman falsely claimed to have had her hijab stolen by white men wearing Trump hats.
A Muslim woman made up another hijab-stealing hate crime hoax, claiming three men screaming “Donald Trump” attacked her.
An arson case in Charlotte, North Carolina first appeared to be a hate crime when the perpetrator left a note reading, “Our newly elected president Donald Trump is our nation builder for White America. You all know that, we want our country back on the right track. We need to get rid of Muslims, Indians and all immigrants.” It was a hoax.
A racist note left on the windshield of an African-American St. Olaf student touched off campus-wide protests and got the college to cancel classes. It was a hoax perpetrated as “strategy to draw attention to concerns about the campus climate.”
A Kansas man defaced his own car with racist slogans. Police soon concluded this to be another vandalism hoax.
The U.S. Justice Department announces the conviction of Juan Thompson, a reporter for The Intercept, for making hoax bomb threats to Jewish community centers.
A Long Island, New York woman falsely claims to have been accosted by mysterious Trump supporters screaming “Trump 2016” and to have received a threatening note and gotten her tire slashed.
Vandalism at a Brooklyn synagogue originally believed to the work of an anti-Semitic vandal turned out to be the work of a black man with career experience as an “anti-hate” worker for City Hall.
Republican’s history of not fighting back
Why do liberals and liberal media continue to create hoaxes for political gain? Is it just to embarrass conservatives? Or some odd need for 15-minutes of fame? Is it a matter of throwing enough lies against the wall, until something sticks?
Probably a combination of all of the above. But the underlying reason for this is the left’s desire to gain political power. As they have continually failed as a ruling class, they attempt to create engagement within their base by creating outrage. From Al Sharpton who launched a career as a professional race agitator to Senator Dianne Feinstein’s culpability in the Kavanaugh debacle, Conservatives, and the Republican party, just move forward.
Confident that the facts will bear out the truth. And to the liberal and Democrat dismay, they do.
But those in the Democrat party and the liberal media are never taken to task for their actions.
For the division and racial tension that the purposely cause among Americans. Nancy Pelosi is not chattering about the immorality of race-baiting lying by liberals and the liberal media.
The fact that Christine Blasey Ford profited over $850,000 as a result of her accusations against Kavanaugh is all you need to know about just how unfair the scales of Justice are balanced when it comes to hate hoax crimes. Kavanaugh, because he is a conservative on the Supreme Court has not filed libel suits against Ford, or his other accuser Jodi Sweetnick or her lawyer Avanatti.
Covington Highschool Junior Nick Sandmann takes on Jeff Bezos
Like a modern-day David and Goliath tale, Nick Sandmann is suing the Washington Post-owned by Jeff Bezos for $250,000 million.
“Today, Lin Wood and Todd McMurtry filed their first lawsuit on behalf of Nicholas Sandmann against The Washington Post,” Sandmann’s lawyers say in a statement. The suit seeks $250 million in both compensatory and punitive damages. Lin and Todd will continue to bring wrongdoers before the court to seek damages in compensation for the harm so many have done to the Sandmann family. This is only the beginning.”
The lawsuit accuses The Washington Post of targeting Sandmann “because he was the white, Catholic student wearing a red ‘Make America Great Again’ souvenir cap. Sandmann was on a school field trip when Nathan Phillips, a Native American activist, approaches the teen beating a drum in his face while chanting loudly. Phillips is the aggressor.
According to the suit:
“In targeting and bullying Nicholas by falsely accusing him of instigating the January 18 incident, the Post conveyed that Nicholas engaged in acts of racism by “swarming” Phillips, “blocking” his exit away from the students, and otherwise engaging in racist misconduct,” the lawsuit continued. “The Post ignored basic journalist standards because it wanted to advance its well-known and easily documented, biased agenda against President Donald J. Trump (“the President”) by impugning individuals perceived to be supporters of the President.”
The Posts libelous actions in reporting a hate crime hoax will follow Sandmann all of his days. He will apply to colleges, only to be denied because of his conservative right-to-life politics. He will apply to jobs, only to have human resources determine he is an aggregator. When in fact he is a kid who stood still, respectfully, with embarrassment all over his face.
How is this known? Watch the above video by Linn showing the whole story. Sandmann is seen encouraging his classmates to be respectful.
Which is exactly what he was doing.
We can anticipate the Post lawsuit is only the beginning for Sandmann. Hopefully, some big dollar payouts will stop future hoax hate crimes and the fools who spread their lies. And then we will see who is smirking now, Mr. Maher.