MORE Celebrities Are Faking Hate Crimes (To Fuel A False Narrative About Racism)
Racism – it’s a problem. It exists. But in 2019, in an American culture that has made so many strides over the years toward equality, is racism the chief problem plaguing our society that we just have to tackle vigorously, else we face Armageddon itself?
Or are there many complicated, underlying factors as to why racism or the idea of is nuanced than simply “That’s racist!”
Issues of socioecnomics, class inequality and the nature of one’s own moral compass dictated by their childhood experiences that factor into the greater American experience and can’t simply be boiled down to whether or not one thing or another is racist?
There are those who would rather not have that conversation. There are those desperate to profit off your fear of racism, and stoke that fear to push their narrative, one that drives dollars and votes in a very dubious direction.
These are their stories.
For additional reading:
Ex-Tampa Bay Buccaneers NFL player, 31, is charged with trashing two of his own restaurants and spraying the N-word and MAGA on the walls to make it look like a hate crime so he could collect insurance money – https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7462265/Police-Georgia-man-faked-racially-motivated-burglary.html
Jussie Smollett lawyers: Even if actor faked attack, it was cops’ call to investigate it so vigorously – https://chicago.suntimes.com/crime/2019/9/4/20848715/jussie-smollett-chicago-police-probe-lawsuit-gay-homophobic-attack
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