FAKE HATE: Charges Filed Against Black Students For Fabricating Racial Incident
FakeHate™ at University of Albany.
Three black students will reportedly face criminal charges for fabricating a racial incident that led to threats of violence toward accused white students.
The self-proclaimed “victims” of a racist bus attack will be charged for faking the incident after police have reviewed video evidence from the bus.
Never missing an opportunity to exploit race crisis of any size, Hillary Clinton jumped in to attack the accused.
The January 30 incident caused such an uproar that Hillary Clinton even got involved, tweeting, “There’s no excuse for racism and violence on a college campus.”
So will Hillary be updating her tweet to read “There’s no excuse for fake racism and fake violence on a college campus”?
WHAT REALLY HAPPENED?
The fight was started by the black students who hurled racist language at the white students!
Cameras from inside the bus are said to debunk their claims of racial violence. One source who watched the video firsthand said it was one of the three young women who threw the first punch, and that at no time did any passengers hurl racial slurs as first claimed.
The source said it was one of the accusers who used a slur against a white passenger and called her a nasty name.
Sadly, when the story first broke, the University President created a hostile environment toward the accused when he released a statement accepting the black students’ narrative at face value:
UAlbany president Robert Jones said he is “deeply concerned, saddened and angry about this incident”.
Jones goes on to say “There is no place in the UAlbany community for violence, no place for racial intolerance and no place for gender violence”. [more…]
His students took the cue and started harassing the accused, leading one of them to drop out of school after facing threats of violence.
One of the self-proclaimed victims, Asha Burwell, tweeted that she was beaten because of the color of her skin. Her brother, San Diego Chargers lineman Tyreek Burwell, fired off a threatening message to a student whom he thought hurt his sister.
That student dropped out, likely because UAlbany isn’t a safe environment while these racist and potentially violent students are allowed to terrorize the campus with the support of their biased university president.
Make UAlbany a SafeSpace™ – Fire the President. Expel the students.