From alleged race-based attacks, to fake hate in threats to bomb Muslim schools to Mosque fires… the list grows almost day-by-day. The problem is that none of what they say is happening — is really happening… so they have to make it up.
The person behind the “i will kill every black male and female at kean university” tweet and similar ones posted in mid-November is a black female activist, according to police.
But wait, it gets better.
The woman – a recent alumnus of Kean University and former president of its Pan African Student Union – allegedly made the tweets during a protest against racism at her alma mater; she left the rally, headed into the campus library, created a fake Twitter account and posted the tweets, then came back to the rally and showed demonstrators the “racist” statements against them, NJ.com reports.
I mean, you literally cannot make this stuff up. This is INSANE.
I found the following from Moonbattery to be both sad (in that this list of attention seekers keeps growing) anf funny, in that Obama has set the standard for the White House.
When someone threatens to kill random blacks, two assumptions are safe to make: (1) the threatener is black and (2) it is yet another hoax. The latest inductee onto the Hate Hoax List is Kayla-Simone McKelvey, recent graduate of New Jersey’s Kean University:
McKelvey, a self-proclaimed activist, participated in a student rally regarding racial issues on Nov. 17, but left midway through the rally and walked to a computer station in a university library.
Once there, McKelvey allegedly created an anonymous Twitter account – @keanuagainstblk – and began posting threats of violence against black Kean students.
The first message around 10 p.m. said “kean university twitter against blacks is for everyone who hates blacks people” and [she followed with] a tweet about there being a bomb on the campus, and then continued with several other tweets about shooting black students at the university.
After making the posts, McKelvey returned to the rally and attempted to spread awareness of the threats, authorities said.
You can’t blame young moonbats for wanting to make names for themselves as community organizers, now that Obama has established it as a career path that can lead to the White House….
Another fake “gay hate crime” happened a few months back and made the guy some online money, via The Daily Caller:
A Utah man who claimed to be the victim of several dreadful anti-gay hate crimes could face criminal charges after confessing that he staged the attacks himself.
Several weeks ago, 21-year-old Rick Jones from the small town of Delta grabbed national headlines after he said he was assaulted and had “Die Fag” carved into his arm last April while closing up his family’s pizzeria. Following that attack, Jones claimed his home was spray-painted and that somebody threw a Molotov cocktail through his bedroom window. Jones told the local media that he believed he was being targeted due to his homosexuality, and other media outlets quickly picked up the refrain.
In response to these attacks, Jones’ family started a GoFundMe campaign in mid-June that collected nearly $12,000….