In the absence of actual incidents that would reinforce the liberal narrative, and due to the media’s consequent willingness to take even the most absurdly contrived phony hate crimes seriously, the Hate Hoax List grows and grows and grows:
One of six threatening letters sent to black residents in Knoxville, Tennessee, including a well-regarded pastor, read[s]: “I am a very racist white man and with Mr. Trump in the White House being the President, white people going to take over the world.”
Hate hoaxers ought to acknowledge their intellectual limitations and avoid notes, which usually read like ransom letters written by allegedly kidnapped 8-year-olds who are actually hiding behind the couch trying not to snigger — except 8-year-olds aren’t so full of viciousness and bile:
Another letter read, “I wrote this letter (racial slur) … I hate (expletive, racial slur). I’m coming to your house to rape you. I’m going to get a chainsaw and cut your legs off and then cut your head off, black nasty (slur).”
On top of being a white Trump supporter, the author also claimed to be a member of the KKK.
By now you will have guessed the race of the author of the notes.
Turns out the author of these racist letters is Justin Lamar Coleman, a black man who apparently suffers from a psychological disorder.
Whether that psychological disorder has been officially diagnosed as moonbattery cannot be confirmed.
Since hoaxers can’t write notes without giving themselves away, they should keep things too simple to screw up. Maybe if they just drew swastikas…
On tips from KirklesWorth, Swimologist, and J.