Since November 8th, America has been under a hate crime epidemic, according to fake news media. The truth is that America is under a hate crime hoax epidemic. Here are a few recent examples.
A Houston man was sentenced Friday to four years in prison after pleading guilty to starting a fire at a mosque on Christmas Day. Gary Nathaniel Moore, 38 of Houston, was arrested last year in connection with a fire at 2 p.m. on Dec. 25 at a storefront mosque in the 1200 block of Wilcrest. Moore told investigators at the scene that he had attended the mosque for five years, coming five times per day to pray seven days per week, according to court records.
A Muslim student who said she was harassed on the subway by drunken, hate-spewing white men shouting “Donald Trump!” lied to police because she broke her curfew, law enforcement sources said Wednesday. Yasmin Seweid, 18, joined a growing list of local and national alleged hate-crime victims when she told cops she was taunted Dec. 1 on the No. 6 train by three men who called her a terrorist and tried to snatch her hijab off her head while straphangers did nothing.
More than a week after the 2016 Election, a man on the BGSU campus claimed he had been pushed to the ground and robbed, all while the two perpetrators allegedly called him a racial slur. The university’s vice president for student affairs, Thomas Gibson, put out a statement based off a local police investigation where he confirms that the alleged attack did not actually happen, The Blade reported.
ANN ARBOR, Mich. (WJBK) – Police have determined a University of Michigan student’s claim that a man threatened to burn her if she didn’t remove her hijab was false. Ann Arbor Police Lt. Matthew Lige says there was not enough evidence to support her claim. The woman, who hasn’t been identified, told police she was walking along William Street and State Street when she was approached by by a man. She told police the man threatened to set her on fire using his lighter if she did not remove her hijab. The victim described the suspect to police as a white man with bad body odor and slurred speech, as if he may have been drunk.
JACKSON, Miss. (AP) — A Mississippi man with a prior criminal record was arrested Wednesday in the burning of an African-American church that was spray-painted with the words “Vote Trump,” and the church’s bishop said the man is a member of the congregation. The state fire marshal said investigators do not believe the fire was politically motivated, but there a signs it may have been done to appear that way.
Some of these hoaxes appear to be the same story, as they follower a similar pattern – church burnings and hijabi pullings. Each story above is not only unique, but they all also happened in the past couple of weeks.
When will CNN and other “journalists” do a story on the hate crime hoax epidemic? Don’t look for that anytime soon, as the media is nothing more than a PR outlet for the DNC, as you’ll learn in my latest book.