Moonbats will want to tip their propeller-topped beanies to Woman of Color Darnell Byrd McPherson, who has raised awareness about how evil and rotten America is by revealing that even the pollen in this country is racist, since some got on her car:
The mayor of a South Carolina town believed she was the target of a hate crime after cars belonging to her and her husband were dusted with a mysterious, “yellow, sticky substance.”
Local and state police investigated the claims made by Lamar Mayor Darnell Byrd McPherson, who reported that on February 7 at 10 p.m. local time, someone sprayed her 2017 Symphony Silver Hyundai Elantra Sport and her husband’s soft-top 1998 Buick Roadmaster with a residue outside of their home. …
She said her husband and [a] neighbor “started scraping all over” their cars to rid what she described as a “grainy substance” akin to industrial spray foam used to patch concrete. …
Setting in was the deafening fear of an attack.
Newsweek amplifies this “deafening fear” as best it can, referring to a 1970 newspaper article to confirm that an incident with racial overtones once occurred in Lamar, current population 959.
The memories of the past were front and center for Mayor McPherson upon seeing her car defaced.
“It ignited some fear in my spirit,” she said. “My God, who would do that?”
Midway down the article, Newsweek grudgingly mentions this:
Authorities, however, doubted a crime had occurred and claimed the substance was actually pollen……..
Bees can solve complex mathematical problems which keep computers busy for days, research has shown.
The insects learn to fly the shortest route between flowers discovered in random order, effectively solving the “travelling salesman problem” , said scientists at Royal Holloway, University of London.
The conundrum involves finding the shortest route that allows a travelling salesman to call at all the locations he has to visit. Computers solve the problem by comparing the length of all possible routes and choosing the one that is shortest.
Bees manage to reach the same solution using a brain the size of a grass seed.