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Jun 30 2019

Hate Crime Hoax: The Book

The only thing unusual about the Jussie Smollett hate hoax is that because the perpetrator is a Hollyweirdo, it has continued to generate some media interest, even after it was exposed. When it comes to hate incidents against politically preferred groups, hoaxes are not the exception but the rule, as Wilfred Reilly confirms in his recommended book Hate Crime Hoax: How the Left is Selling a Fake Race War.

Reilly is an Assistant Professor of Political Science at Kentucky State, which is a 47% black college. Somehow, he gets away with pulling the curtain back on the hate hoax phenomenon.

His fellow black thought criminal Jason Riley likes the book too:

If “Hate Crime Hoax” merely offered examples to illustrate the extent of this phenomenon—and the book offers nearly 100—it would be providing a much-needed public service. But Mr. Reilly has a larger point to make. The Smollett case isn’t an outlier. Increasingly, it’s the norm. And the media’s relative lack of interest in exposing hoaxes that don’t involve famous figures is a big part of the problem.

Interested readers are of course also referred to the representative Hate Hoax List.

On a tip from rpp618.

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