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Jul 22 2023

Carlee Russell Joins Hate Hoax List

Thanks to the eager gullibility of the liberal media, a hate hoax doesn’t have to pass the laugh test to fly — at least for a little while. Consider Carlee Russell:

She went missing on July 13 for two days, after what was revealed by police as a calm phone call to 911, about an unaccompanied male toddler on the side of the I-459 interstate. …

At 9.34pm, over an hour after she departed from work, footage shows her slowing down while flashing her hazards near the 11 mile marker on the interstate.

She then called 911 and told them there was ‘a male toddler wearing a diaper’ walking on the side of the interstate.

She proceeded to call her brother’s girlfriend who heard Ms Russell ask the ‘toddler’: ‘Are you okay?’, shortly after she screamed before the phone call ended.

Just like that, Miss Russell vanished. When she reappeared, she claimed to have been kidnapped:

In an interview with Hoover police, she said a man with orange hair came from the trees to check on the crying toddler, but then grabbed her, dragged her over the fence and into a car.

All white people are racist and bad, but those gingers are the worst.

No one else saw the toddler strolling for 600 yards along the busy interstate because evidently there was no toddler. Media hype could not keep the hoax from disintegrating. She appears to have lifted the plot for it from the movie Taken, which she had googled along with “amber alert,” “one way bus ticket from Birmingham to Nashville,” and “how to take money from a register without being caught” shortly before attempting to pull it off. Allegedly, she stole materials from her job at the Woodhouse Spa in Birmingham.

Carlee has clammed up around the police. Lawyers would approve, since she might be charged with theft, lying to authorities, and filing a false police report.

Fortunately, there was no specific victim of her hoax. However, we can’t rule out that if some red-headed guy had been picked up by police, she would have been willing to point a finger. Innocent people have their lives destroyed by hate hoaxes, as Duke lacrosse players can confirm. Deuteronomy 19:16–19 comes to mind:

If a malicious witness rises up against a man to accuse him of wrongdoing, then both the men who have the dispute shall stand before the LORD, before the priests and the judges who will be in office in those days. The judges shall investigate thoroughly, and if the witness is a false witness and he has accused his brother falsely, then you shall do to him just as he had intended to do to his brother. Thus you shall purge the evil from among you.

Something to be considered for future hoaxes. In the meantime, let’s hear Miss Smollett’s I mean Miss Russell’s side of the story (LANGUAGE ALERT):

On a tip from Troy H.


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One Response to “Carlee Russell Joins Hate Hoax List”

  1. […] One propagandist became so desperate to discredit his fan base that even as the country guffawed at Carlee Russell, she pulled off what looks like a hate […]


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