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12-Year-old black girl apologizes for concocting race hoax

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12-Year-old black girl apologizes for concocting race hoax — now it's the left-wing media's turn

Big Fur Hat
October 1, 2019

Earlier last week, a 12-year-old student in Virginia accused three unnamed boys of knocking her down at the school playground slide, covering her mouth, and cutting off her dreadlocks while saying things like "you're ugly, you shouldn't have been born, you have ugly nappy hair."

When I covered the story, I was confident that it was a hoax. There were some red flags.

Typically, 12-year-olds don't use the playground slide any longer, particularly alone. Covering someone's mouth seems to muffle people's cries only in the movies. Additionally, the school said there are adults with the students at all times.

The addition of the term "nappy" seemed like a "Smollett" (a forced detail in order to bolster a claim of racism). I'm not sure 6th-grade white boys run around using that term. But until "nappy" was introduced, this was a case of a few boys bullying a girl, and for the purposes of this agenda-driven hoax, that wouldn't do. "Nappy" had to be included to ensure that this incident would be seen the way they wanted it to be seen. It was the clarion call to race hucksters.

Enter the left-wing media.

The young girl has since admitted she lied and apologized. The enemedia have updated their stories to reflect the not so shocking turn of events, but so far, there are no mea culpas for the most disgusting part of this story.

The leftist outlets that I read gratuitously and shamelessly added the tidbit that Second Lady Karen Pence teaches at the Immanuel Christian School in Springfield, Virginia, where the alleged incident took place.

NBC: "Boys Pin Down Black Classmate, Cut Her Dreadlocks at Virginia School, She Says"

The incident occurred at the evangelical Christian school where Vice President Mike Pence's wife, Karen Pence, teaches part-time.


A black middle school student from Virginia is accusing three white boys of pinning her down and cutting off her dreadlocks. The incident took place at Immanuel Christian School - where Vice President Mike Pence's wife, Karen Pence, is a teacher.


Officials at Immanuel Christian School, where the vice president's wife, Karen Pence, teaches art part time, told ABC News on Thursday that they're working with police "to conduct a thorough investigation.​


Tuition for middle school students is $11,500. Vice President Pence's wife, Karen Pence, teaches art part-time at the school to students in grades one through five.​

Raw Story:

The racist attack took place Monday at Immanuel Christian School, a private K-12 academy where Vice President Mike Pence's wife teaches[.]​

The Daily Beast:

The Monday afternoon alleged racist attack at the private Immanuel Christian School — an already controversial school where Karen Pence, the second lady of the United States, teaches art class part-time — has "destroyed" the Allen family[.]​


Vice President Mike Pence's wife, Karen Pence, teaches art part-time at the school. It garnered national attention earlier this year when it was revealed that the school has a policy banning gay students and parents.​

What does Karen Pence have to do with this story? Nothing. It was added in order to lead readers by the nose as they connected their accusatory dots.

Racist attack...Christian school...anti-gay...Karen Pence...Mike Pence...Donald Trump...IMPEACH!

(Sidebar: Here's a dot I'd like to connect that the left-wing media seem to have overlooked. They've pointed out that the Christian school is anti-LGBT. The alleged victim in this hoax was sent to this "bigoted" school by her guardians.)

Before the story was revealed to be a hoax, a majority of the left-wing comments included the Pence/Trump connection.

Here's a typical Twitter user connecting the dots and adding Melania Trump to the indictment!

One has to admit, the left-wing media are very good at smearing, innuendo, propaganda, indoctrination, and all without apology.
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The case of the missing dreadlocks

Richard Jack Rail
October 1, 2019

Just when we had about recovered from Jussie Smollett's shocking racism claims, here come reports of a 12-year-old black Virginia girl accusing three white boys at her private Christian school of holding her down and cutting off her dreadlocks. During the attack, the boys called her hair ugly and "nappy."

Just like in Jussie's case, it never happened. Once again, a black person feeds the white-on-black racism narrative. This has become so commonplace that one gets the distinct impression there isn't enough real white racism going on, so blacks pitch in to bring the number of incidents more into line with whatever the narrative calls for.

One could feel some sympathy for the girl, being only 12 and all, but this didn't happen in a vacuum. Black activists emphasize that racism is learned at home. Hence, we surmise that black animus toward whites, manifested in incidents such as this one, is fomented in black homes.

In this case, the parents' apology seems genuine. It doesn't seem likely that these parents raised their daughter this way, otherwise they would not be paying $12K annual tuition for her to attend a largely white private school. She may have picked up this kind of thinking from peers, perhaps in the neighborhood where she lives. We don't know.

Nevertheless, we have arrived at a point where forgive-and-forget is no longer acceptable. Over and over, we read about some poor, beleaguered black student being bullied by callous whites. It's usually (but not always) a defenseless girl against a gang of white boys, adding the offenses of toxic masculinity and bullying to the sheer nastiness of the attack. The school administration leaps to the girl's defense, righteously lecturing the student body that the school is a no-bullying, no-racism zone, yada yada yada.

Eventually, we hear that it was all fraudulent.

This kind of thing has to stop, and the only way we know to restrain such hoaxes is via heavy penalties, levied against the parents in cases involving minors. They are the only responsible adults who can rein in such behavior in their kids. Applicable law must mandate more than just slap-on-the-wrist penalties.

In cases involving adults such as Smollett, hefty fines plus significant jail time is called for. Enough of slanderous accusations being treated as small-time pranks and adolescent larks. Reputations matter, and a reputation of being racist is destructive of jobs, careers, lives. Those who would destroy others out of sheer malice deserve to have their own malice thrown right back at them.
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Reminds me of a story i read a month or two ago about Tawana Brawley. She is still paying back the people she tried implicate in her "hate crime" because of the lawsuit she lost. She'll probably pay to the grave and that should be a lesson for any of these idiots and their fake hate crimes. They should also start prosecuting these people to the fullest under the strict hate crime laws. They want these special laws, then they should be used in these special cases.
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If there was one reporter/journalist with a brain they’d start reporting the news and completely leave out any hyperbole and fiction. A reporter telling the truth like the news was done in the 50’s and EARLY 60’s would be unique and respected but probably fired in less than half a report. People are seeing what the media is doing and want a real report. A reliable story from which they can form their own opinion.
this is starting to become too common.
Thanks to hate crime legislation.
I never understood hate crime, if you did a crime I do not care what your motivation was.
You should be prosecuted for what you did, not what you thought about.
Racism is present in both white and black communities yet hate crimes seem to be only leveled at white people.
5 years for an assault, but 10 years if it was a hate crime? Assault is assault.
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