The moonbattery has been boiling over at the University of Missouri lately (see here and here). Supposedly the uprising is a response to “systemic racism.” Yet the closest thing to a racial incident worth mentioning was a fecal swastika — and that appears to be a hoax:
Something stinks at the University of Missouri. A reported incident of vandalism at Mizzou sparked university-wide protests, a boycott by the school’s 4-5 football team, and eventually the resignation of the university’s president and chancellor.
There’s only one problem: no evidence of the alleged incident, in which a poop swastika on the wall of a dormitory restroom was reported, has ever been made publicly available. Did this incident occur as reported, or was it an immaculate defecation that formed the foundation of an unimaginable deception?
“On Saturday, October 24th, at 2:00am an individual came into one of the restrooms in Gateway Hall and drew a swastika on the wall with their own feces,” Donley wrote in a letter several days after the alleged incident. “This event happened while many students, including myself, were already asleep.”
Later in his letter, Donley noted that he only found out about the alleged vandalism incident “via a flyer posted on the walls” of the dorm.
The Federalist was unable to find anyone at the school or with the University of Missouri Police Department who would go on record as having seen the poopstika.
A photo supposedly proving that the poopstika is real has actually been floating around the Internet for about a year.
While a mere absence of evidence is not synonymous with evidence of absence, the complete lack of any verifiable photographic evidence of the alleged poop swastika and the lack of any named eye witnesses raises serious questions about the veracity of a racially charged incident of vandalism…
Given the epidemic of hate hoaxes on college campuses, if there ever was a poop swastika, it was almost certainly created by a social justice warrior as a public relations stunt. Moonbats are vastly more likely to play with their own poop than countermoonbats, as evidenced by their poop-centric eco-idiocy (e.g., see here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, etc.). But why go to the trouble of making a poop swastika when you can tear a whole university apart just by putting up a flier claiming you saw one?
Although we may never know with absolute certainty, it seems safe to add the Mizzou Fecal Swastika to the Hate Hoax List.
On a tip from Torcer.