Skip to comments.Black student who claimed being pinned down and dreadlocks cut by whites, admits that she made it up
Posted on 09/30/2019 10:37:47 AM PDT by mikey_hates_everything
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Well golly gee here is my shocked face..NOT..and of course the commie media ran with it in order to trash Karen Pence
Blacks: committing the fake hate crimes whites aren’t committing.
She was correct when she made the "attention-seeker" part of her falsehood.
The unusual aspect of this episode is the forthright and unreserved public apology by the black girl’s parents to the boys, their families, the school, and the wider community. Racial incident hoaxes are fairly common. Contrition and a public apology are rare and commendable. It seems that in this case, the parents of a wayward student at a Christian school are themselves sincere Christians.
Do you remember Jeffery MacDonald who murdered his family in 1970 and tried to blame it on a home invasion by drug-crazed hippies? MacDonald thought the story would be believed as he was convinced that Charles Manson type murders were part of a national trend. Well, we were all told that repeatedly especially in church, but it wasn’t true. “Helter skelter! ‘pigs’ written on the wall in blood!” Commies and hippies and cults, oh my!
Today our black young people are constantly told, especially in church, that there is rampant racism everywhere, yet they do not see it themselves. They can imagine it or project it like when a Denny’s Restaurant waitress is rude to them, and God knows there is no shortage of nasty white people, but the racism defense is not holding up under legal scrutiny when a crime or racism hoax is committed.
MacDonald was convicted easily. It was his own story that sank him.
When anyone ever shows a case of actual racism, you and I will immediately join in condemning it.
We will also join with young black intellectuals who can see the truth and think for themselves and speak for themselves. The “blexit” phenomenon can be understood in terms of these men and women wisely comparing the reality they see, the evil in human nature, with the myths and stories they have been told, rampant racism.
Agreed, the only real anger I have is for the media not reporting the correction. I went to NBC.com and there is a title saying the girl recanted, but the video was of another story about hair bias. hmmm..
I hope the school and parents learn something because this child didnt come up with this hoax herself.living with this is going to be difficult at a difficult age.
A double-A batter carries more charge.
The news media is a great dumb beast that can crush almost anything it directs its strength against, but follow up and attention to anything other than favored kinds of stories tends to be fitful and weak.
Yeah, that's good but the grandparents(?) seemed awfully quick to jump the gun going to the media and cops. I didn't comment then because nothing made any sense. The girl didn't appear to have any cut hair or injuries at the time so I couldn't tell what she had to complain about anyway.
Typical loser from a loser family. Racist bast****.
Given an opening, my guess is that about five per cent of the country hunger for media attention. Too bad for the girl that her grandparents were in that slice of the population.
As a Fairfax county resident, it’s sad to see the latest fake hate crime so close to home.
Local news reported it without much fanfare tonight. The girl's family is sorry and hopes for forgiveness blah blah. The academy released a statement saying that the incident shows there are still racial tensions.
You know that she will.
That’s why I suspected it was fake. I grew up here and any real hate crimes basically ended in the 60’s, if that late. The only hate crimes I ever saw was when T.C. Williams came to play and it wasn’t whites committing the crimes.
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