HATE CRIME? Black Man Caught Defacing His Own Car With Racist Graffiti!
Black Lives Matter activists desperately need lessons on successfully faking a hate crime (see PLOT TWIST: Black Man Arrested for Racist KKK Graffiti at University… and HATE CRIME? ‘Racist’ Banana Peel Causes Mass Hysteria at Ole Miss. A Banana Peel!). Mayhaps they should seek answers outside their previous leader, who turned out to be a porcelain-skinned honey living a life of black wokeness.
But let's deal with one lie at a time. This young black man posted pictures of his car covered in racist graffiti on Snap Chat. Guess who done it.
The man who said someone covered his car with racist graffiti last week now says he did it himself, according to a statement from police Monday afternoon.
After the incident last week, Williams posted photos of the car on social media, and the pictures from his Snapchat spread and sparked outrage. People connected this incident to a string of other events, including one two weeks ago when a student posted a photo in white rain ponchos with pointed hoods with an allusion to the Ku Klux Klan.
“I would like to deeply apologize to the community. The whole situation got out of hand when it shouldn’t have even started. It was just a Halloween prank that got out of hand. I wish I could go back to that night but I can’t. I just want to apologize from the bottom of my heart for the pain and news I have brought you all,” Williams said.
Wilkerson said it was one of Williams' neighbors who made the initial call to police. Wilkerson said that because of that and because Williams was "contrite and apologetic," they decided it would be counterproductive to charge him.
The FBI took the lead on this case Thursday to investigate the incident as a hate crime, as there are no hate crime charges in Kansas.
Is it racist that he was racist toward himself, or racist that the FBI didn't charge him for being racist? I'm lost in the gray areas here.
The fake hate crime images quickly blew up all over Twitter, faster than Mohammad on a busy street. Somehow I doubt the corrected news exposing his hoax will spread as fast.