The wave of hate crimes set off by Trump’s election sure has been awful — mainly because it forces me to constantly update the Hate Hoax List with representative examples. Yet another of these incidents has been effectively confirmed as fake:
A 58-year-old South Jersey man has been arrested and charged with vandalizing several vehicles and homes in South Philadelphia on the day after the presidential election, police announced Thursday.
William Tucker, of the unit block of Hemmings Way in Lawnside, Camden County, has been arrested and charged in the early-morning Nov. 9 incidents on the 900 block of South Sixth Street, at the border of Bella Vista and Queen Village, police said.
On that morning, residents on the block awoke to find racist and pro-Trump graffiti spray painted on their storefronts, cars and homes.
One of the damaged cars was a white SUV that had “Trump Rules” and “Black Bitch” spray-painted across it in large black letters. The 62-year-old owner of the car, who is a black woman, has said she reported the vandalism to police.
Police said that surveillance video captured a man spray painting a hood of a parked vehicle on the block about 5 a.m. that day.
The vandal also hit several other homes and businesses.
When a loser who looks like this…
…gets nabbed for creating anti-black graffiti that attributes itself to Trump supporters, it is safe to say we have stepped in fabricated racism.
On a tip from TCS III.