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Aug 21 2017

L.A. City Attorney Mike Feuer: Meta-Hate Hoaxer

These days there is no shortage of hate hoaxers. Los Angeles bureauweenie Mike Feuer rises above the rest. He is a meta-hate hoaxer, who hoaxes about hoaxes:

On Friday, City Attorney Mike Feuer held a press conference about the recent rise in hate crimes and hate speech across the country, and last weekend’s tragedy in Charlottesville. The city attorney strongly condemned President Trump during his speech, saying that Trump has “helped to normalize, embolden and give license to the neo-Nazis” and other hate groups currently surging across the country. Feuer also revealed that hate crimes and hate incidents in the city of Los Angeles have increased starkly over the past year, although the actual numbers remain relatively low.

Relatively low is putting it mildly.

The L.A. City Attorney’s office received and reviewed 32 hate crime/hate incident investigations between January 1, 2017 and August 17, 2017…

This is in a city of 4 million.

Of those 32 incidents between January of this year and now, nine of those incidents were ultimately filed by Special Trials as non-hate crime prosecutions (vandalism, assault, etc.) and one incident was filed and convicted as a hate crime. Several remain under filing review. The City Attorney’s office also only deals with misdemeanors; felony crimes would be handled by the Los Angeles County District Attorney. The District Attorney’s office was not immediately able to provide information on whether they had seen a rise in hate crimes so far this year.

Whether that single confirmed hate crime had anything whatsoever to do with Trump or neo-Nazis is doubtful. Yet it was enough for Feuer to stoke hysteria and puff up his public profile by calling a press conference. This publicity stunt also landed him on the Hate Hoax List.

No one says “cheese” like meta-hate hoaxer Mike Feuer.

On a tip from Dave F.

2 Responses to “L.A. City Attorney Mike Feuer: Meta-Hate Hoaxer”

  1. physicsnut says:

    Just so you know who is up to what …
    pressure from COMMIE ACTIVISTS on CEOs

    The Center for Popular Democracy, Make The Road New York, New York Communities for Change, and several other immigrant and worker advocates had led that activist campaign, targeting the leaders of nine major corporations affiliated with the Trump administration. The campaign, working through a web site called Corporate Backers of Hate, detailed the connections between the nine companies and the Trump administration and encouraged people to send emails to both the CEOs involved and members of their corporate boards.

    Throughout the spring and summer, the campaign also held protests against the companies, including a civil disobedience action at the JPMorgan Chase headquarters on May Day, where 12 were arrested, and a march to JPMorgan’s annual shareholder meeting, where protestors confronted CEO Jamie Dimon for his company’s financing of private immigrant detention and mass incarceration.

    The campaign also worked with a broad network of groups, including CREDO, Color of Change, SumOfUs, and Ultraviolet, to gather petitions calling for CEOs to step down from the Business Council. On August 16, they delivered more than 400,000 petitions collected from across the country to New York City offices of JPMorgan and the Blackstone private equity group, demanding that their CEOs withdraw from Trump’s advisory bodies.

    Blackstone CEO Stephen Schwarzman chaired Trump’s Strategic and Policy Forum and had personally recruited the group’s 16 members, a cohort of execs that included current and past CEOs from some of the country’s largest firms, among them Walmart, General Electric, IBM, and General Motors. Schwarzman’s firm has become one of the country’s largest owners of real estate, and Schwarzman himself has reportedly developed a very close personal relationship with President Trump, sometimes speaking to him several times a week.

    The news earlier this week that the CEO councils had been disbanded brought a quick reaction from Ana Maria Archila, co-executive director of the Center for Popular Democracy. The choice that executives made to quit the Business Council, Archila noted, “should have been clear long ago – and because of the tireless and courageous advocacy of those who are affected most by Trump’s agenda, they finally made that choice today.”


  2. KHarn says:

    He’s WHITE, of course.
    If I’m ever put up against the wall with the other “enemies of the state”, I will turn to the SJW on my left and to the antifa communist on my right and say “We DID try to warn you idiots, you know”.

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