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Jun 23 2023

Gay Hate Hoax Following Attack on Pregnant Woman

Hate hoaxes can be helpful when gays want to explain their injuries and attract sympathy after beating pregnant women leads to them getting set on fire — as recently happened in San Diego.

On June 12, officers arrived at a crime scene to find a pregnant woman bleeding and injured and the assailant having fled. Soon afterward, they received a report of someone claiming to have been set on fire. Turns out it was the assailant. Security video confirms the pregnant woman used fire to defend herself from him in response to a physical assault.

KGTV-TV’s initial report about the gay man’s claim that he was set on fire in a hate-crime attack paints a decidedly different picture than what police are now maintaining.

Scott Rowin, 39, said he was on his way home from asking about a job at a gay bar.

KGTV said within a few blocks he heard what sounded like two people yelling gay slurs: “Started hearing [gay slur] this, [gay slur] that. The word came up quite a bit.”

Then they came up and set him on fire. No word on whether they were wearing MAGA hats like Jussie Smollett’s assailants.

Rowin added to KGTV that the slurs carried extra weight due to Pride events this month.

“This is absolutely a hate crime,” he declared to the station. “The slurs were hate-filled.”

The Injustice Department will be happy to investigate this right-wing conspiracy:

Rowin also noted to KGTV that “nobody walks around with flammable liquid … without an agenda. In my opinion, they were obliviously out there targeting the LGBT community.”

Even if his hate hoax went up in smoke, at least it helped raise awareness of his imaginary oppression.

On tips from Mr. Freemarket and Deb N.


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