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Nov 22 2019

White Supremacist Manifesto Hoax at Syracuse University

Rumor had it that students at Syracuse University were subjected to politically horrific thoughts via AirDrop, an Apple feature for sharing documents. This has been debunked as yet another hate hoax.


“To date, law enforcement has not been able to locate a single individual who directly received an AirDrop. Not one,” [SU Chancellor Kent] Syverud said. “It was apparent that this rumor was probably a hoax, but that reality was not communicated clearly and rapidly enough to get ahead of escalating anxiety.”

The material supposedly AirDropped was the anti–mass immigration manifesto written by Brenton Tarrant, who did severe harm to his own cause by wigging out and shooting up mosques in New Zealand.

The close proximity needed for an AirDrop attempted transfer frightened some people, [Syverud] said. He acknowledged the university was delayed and unprepared to respond to this cyberattack, which caused students to panic.

It doesn’t take much to panic students these days. This provides another motive for hate hoaxes — watching snowflakes melt down.

The laughs will stop if the police find someone the educrats can pin the hoaxing on. Hoaxers of this type won’t be given a pass for having helped “raise awareness.”

On a tip from Dragon’s Lair.

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