‘Banality of Evil Du Jour: Another Phony Hate Crime’ (2016)

Jussie Smollett will return to acting and activism, friend says

Jussie got 150 days in jail for his caper.

This was a couple of years before the famous Jussie Smollett fake hate crime: manufacturing phony hate crimes was already a cottage industry by 2016.

Banality of Evil Du Jour: Another Phony Hate Crime

It would be just to impose on the hate crime fraudster the same penalties he sought to inflict on his victim.

I can’t remember the last time I saw a nooze story about a “hate crime” that turned out to be anything but a hoax. College English professors seem to be particularly drawn to this sort of thing.

4 comments on “‘Banality of Evil Du Jour: Another Phony Hate Crime’ (2016)

  1. The whole notion of “hate crime” is a setup for hoaxes. Actually, a crime committed for nothing but “kicks” is far more dangerous, and greed is a pretty dangerous motive as well. Besides, how do you go about establishing someone’s emotional state anyway? A squad of Vulcans to do mind-melds on the suspects?

    Funny, too, that people who yell insults and threats at conservatives, or burn down buildings while yelling insults at various groups (other than State-approved groups, that is), are never charged with hate crimes.

  2. They have to get us so cowed, that we cannot dare express any of our own convictions. Instead, we have to accept any and all words or actions by anyone and just become milquetoasts.

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