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May 14 2019

Hate App

To prop up their narrative, liberals could never have enough hate crimes. All the hoaxes help, but still more are needed. Fortunately for the agenda, there’s an app for that:

Emily Nicolosi, researcher, and Richard Medina, professor of geography, along with the DIGIT Lab developed an app that allows people to report incidents of hate. The first of its kind, the app accepts reports beyond crimes captured in police records. Users from around the country can document all incident types, from derogatory epithets written in bathrooms to slurs yelled from a car window in addition to violent assaults.

The Hate Incident Reporting System is available on Google Play. The idea is to inflate hate incident statistics to the maximum possible by recording everything snowflakes choose to be offended by.

Since all reporting is confidential, there is no need to take responsibility for — much less prove — allegations of hate.

Users categorize hate incidents as propaganda, property damage, verbal, and violent.

Imagine if countermoonbats were to use the app to report every propaganda attack against conservatives, Christians, whites, or regular Americans in general they see while watching television or reading “mainstream” publications. It might overload the system.

On a tip from Jester.

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