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Sep 29 2020

Students Enraged at School for Reporting Black on White Hate Crime

When is a hate crime not a hate crime? When it doesn’t support the Narrative.

Via Campus Reform:

On September 3, the Ohio State University sent a public safety notice to students, which mentioned a “hate crime” perpetrated by two African-American suspects near Ohio State’s campus.

The public safety notice was required by law, but the victims were Caucasian. According to the Narrative, Caucasians are oppressors, not victims.

One suspect allegedly yelled a racial slur at a student and punched him in the face.

Here’s why that isn’t a hate crime:

The group Student Solidarity at OSU argued that the incident was not a hate crime, as racial slurs directed toward White people “are not based on a history of violence & oppression towards White people.”

Never mind the FBI stats showing that there are vastly more incidents of blacks killing whites than whites killing blacks. That which does not support the Narrative is inadmissible as evidence.

So 100 students, having nothing better to do, rallied at OSU’s administrative offices to intimidate educrats into not being so politically incorrect in the future. Many more participated in the mob via social media.

Getting punched in the face can make people uncomfortable too. But white people deserve it, according to the Narrative.

On a tip from ABC of the ANC.


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