Orwellian 2019 – Hate Hoaxes Flourish, Media Baffled
Thinks fast: What is a “Hate Hoax?” If you’re like most Americans on the right, you probably had an image of failed actor Jussie Smollett flash through your head.
If there’s one thing we can be thankful of in relation to Smollett’s staged hoax attack, in which he paid two Nigerian brothers to beat him up while wearing MAGA hats, it’s that the term “hate hoax” has finally started to gain traction in America. For people on the left, especially reporters, the term “hate hoax” is still a baffling concept.
They can’t conceive of minorities faking “hate crimes” for personal or financial advantage in modern day America. The left is firmly convinced that America is a terrible country due to the hordes of white supremacists running around committing hate crimes against innocent people of color.
Notice that they have very specific language to smear most Americans, who are actually decent people.
Tucker Carlson did a great segment on this concept recently. His thesis was that if the authoritarian left can control our language, they can control your mind. If certain words or terms are banned, humans have difficulty talking about, thinking about or even remembering those concepts.
Carlson highlighted the San Francisco city government banning terms like “felon” and replacing with “justice-involved person.” You can probably think of countless other examples. “Global warming” stopped polling as well in the early 2000’s, so they started calling it “climate change,” and so on.
Try to keep an open mind as you learn about this next story. An employee in Washington, DC at the federal Department of Education went on vacation last week.
Because she was the victim of a crime in this story, she is only identified by her job title, which is “diversity change agent.” (Yes, we have those at the federal Department of Education.)
When she got back from her vacation, she discovered that her office had been vandalized by a white nationalist who was obviously lurking somewhere in the Department of Education.
The diversity change agent’s African figurines on her office shelf had been decapitated. A civil rights poster calling for school desegregation was ripped off the wall. (You know, because schools are somehow still segregated in 2019.)
In a show of solidarity with the diversity change agent victim, all the employees at the Department of Ed are now hanging copies of that school desegregation poster on their office walls.
This story is so shocking that NBC News sent four – FOUR! – employees to the Department of Ed to help find the culprit. A congressional aide from Elijah Cummings’ office ran over to the Department of Ed to be interviewed by the four reporters and to provide nuance about the hot case.
Out of the four NBC News correspondents who were sent to cover this important hate crime, not a single one of them expressed even the slightest bit of skepticism or doubt.
“Hate hoaxes” simply do not exist in their minds, because the term hasn’t reached any sort of broad acceptance in the circles they run in. Hate hoaxes simply aren’t a thing, because they don’t know the term “hate hoax.”
But most of us could already write the script for what happens next in this story. Here’s what will happen:
The police will conduct an exhaustive three-week investigation into the crime. The cops will be very careful, very thorough and very sensitive in this racially charged environment.
They will fail to uncover a secret cabal of white KKK members employed at the Department of Education. Instead, at the end of the three-week investigation, they will announce the arrest of the “diversity change agent” for vandalizing her own office.
Prosecutors in DC will decline to press charges against the diversity change agent. She’ll get a book deal talking about the ordeal of racism that she endured at the Department of Education, followed by an offer for a teaching position at a prestigious American university.
How do I know that this will be the rest of the story?
Because this keeps happening at dozens of colleges and universities every single year. Swastikas are painted on the Jewish professor’s office door; nooses are hung near the Student Diversity Coordinator’s dorm room and so on.
The “victim” is arrested every single time and almost never prosecuted. They have a desperate need to be attacked by white racists in order to advance their careers, but unfortunately, there just aren’t enough white racists in existence to carry out the crimes.
Hopefully if we keep using the term long enough, reporters will realize that “hate hoaxes” are actually a thing.