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Prepare to be outraged: A white male shopper at a grocery store in Cobb County, Georgia, told Erica Thomas, a pregnant black woman and state legislator, to go back to where she came from. His verbal assault echoed the racist remarks of President Trump. "People need to see the hate that is going on in this country," a tearful Thomas told her Facebook followers in a heart-wrenching video. [Taken Down by Facebook]
Are you angry yet? Well, you were fooled. The above account was one-sided and misleading, and now even Thomas has suggested that she can't actually recall if the man, Eric Sparkes, literally told her to go back to where she came from, or merely said other unpleasant things.
Moreover, Sparkes claims he is a Cuban and an anti-Trump Democrat. This was more than enough new information for some people to file this incident under hate hoaxes and consign Thomas to the status of a Jussie Smollett or Nathan Phillips (whose sins were far greater).
Goucher student charged with racist graffiti hoax in dorm
On Dec. 30, 2018, a 7-year-old African-American girl, Jazmine Barnes, was killed in a drive-by shooting. Witnesses said a white man in a pickup truck was nearby. “We’ve got to call it what it is. Black people are being targeted in this country,” said activist Deric Muhammad. Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee (D-Texas) insisted, “Do not be afraid to call this what it seems to be — a hate crime,” But the investigation led to the arrest of two African-Americans, Eric Black Jr. and Larry D. Woodruffe, who police believe shot into Barnes’ car in a case of mistaken identity. - List of bogus ‘hate crimes’ in Trump era is long
Savannah Police arrest property damage suspect - Police say Smith is responsible for multiple property damage cases they have been investigating, including vandalism at three Savannah churches and a civil rights museum. He has been charged with vandalism, criminal damage to property 2nd degree, interference with government property and criminal trespass.
Fox Nation's 'Scandalous: The Mysterious Story of Tawana Brawley' goes in-depth on the lie that made Al Sharpton famous - The New York teen's rape claims -- in which she said she was allegedly raped in the woods by multiple white men around this day 31 years ago in Wappingers Falls, New York, and then left wrapped in a feces-covered plastic bag with racial slurs written on her body -- helped springboard the careers of civil rights activists such as Al Sharpton.
But after an extensive investigation filled with twists and turns, a grand jury found the allegations to be nothing more than an elaborate hoax.
“We should have been upset by the fact that for a year or more this girl – and her advisers – had an entire community feeling like at any moment we were going to have some sort of civil war,” Jonna Spilbor, a Dutchess County attorney, says in the special.
Historic Hate Crime Hoaxes
Santa Cruz’s historical hate-crime hoax - In the 142 years since the hanging of two murderers from the Water Street bridge, no one has produced a scintilla of evidence to indicate that the lynching had a racial motivation. Despite that, the Santa Cruz City Council voted unanimously Tuesday to memorialize the two outlaws as victims of racism and misinform future generations of Santa Cruzans. Perhaps the distinguished council members should invite Jussie Smollett to unveil the monument. — Casey Tefertiller, Santa Cruz
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