July 10, 2020
(updated July 11, 2020)
Published by LeeF
Police investigating racist messages left on a Texas A&M student’s car in June say all available evidence points to it being a hoax.
School officials offered a $1,200 reward on June 25 for any evidence that identified the person who wrote “All lives matter, “You don’t belong here,” and “n—r” messages before leaving them on senior Isaih Martin’s windshield.
A College Station cop who watched surveillance footage from a nearby pool camera say that what they witnessed implicated Mr. Martin himself as the culprit.
“Martin immediately walks to the passenger side of his vehicle, but does not open any doors,” a local CBS affiliate reported Thursday while citing the department’s report. “Martin is seen toward the front of his vehicle. A brief white speck is seen from about mid-torso of Martin moving toward his vehicle. Another white speck is seen near his chest area. Martin is then seen stepping back and onto the sidewalk in front of his vehicle, most likely taking photos and videos. He then approaches his vehicle again on the passenger side and remains there for a few moments. He is then seen walking around the front of his vehicle. Martin then enters the driver’s door and drives away a few moments later. The total time spent at his vehicle is 1 minute, 15 seconds.”
Footage also showed two individuals near Mr. Martin’s car for a few seconds, the station reported.
“[Martin] was the only person with enough time to place the notes on his car,” police added.
For his part, the 21-year-old student told Twitter followers on Thursday that he has “stopped working with the cops” and has consulted an attorney.
“I’m in a predicament where the topic of the case was let’s find out who did this to them pointing the finger at me,” the student wrote. “In the end, I stopped talking to them because it seemed they were more interested in me getting the blame for this hate crime instead of finding the actual person who did it.”
University police said the case is now considered closed.
“Police also asked the county attorney’s office to see if the incident would be considered a false report but were told the case ‘does not meet the elements since Martin did not report a crime,’” the station added.
June 21, 2020
(updated September 4, 2020)
Published by LeeF
By my count, because America no longer has an institution that looks into and investigates the accuracy of events before relaying them to the public (Yes, children, America once had this thing we called a news media), we have just experienced our fourth noose hoax in almost as many years.
There was the University of Delaware noose hoax — hangers for tree lanterns.
There was the Oakland noose hoax — exercise ropes.
And now we have the NASCAR noose hoax because someone decided to freak out over a loop tied into a rope that’s used to pull down a garage door. Of course, Al “Tawana Brawley” Sharpton is pretty sure Bubba is still the victim here.
FBI STATEMENT: (Insufferably the FBI kept calling it a “noose”, although it wasn’t.) The FBI wasted “fifteen FBI special agents” on this investigation. Good grief.
The manual garage door rope on stall #4 was tied into a hand loop by the team of Ryan Blaney sometime after the October 2019 Talladega qualifier and before the start of the main race. There are numerous ropes on several garage bay doors that are tied to make similar loops at the bottom. It just makes it easier to pull the door down.
While statues are toppled and monuments are desecrated throughout the country, while predominantly black neighborhoods are razed by rioters, looters, and arsonists — 15 FBI agents still had enough time on their hands to dig into the gobsmacking mystery of the intent behind the person (or persons) who, all the way back in 2019, tied a loop into a rope used to pull down a garage door.
There is so little racism in America, 15 FBI agents — 15! — were rushed to the scene of a loop tied into a garage pull.
God bless America.
But because everyone on the left is insane, deranged with hate, desperate to be a victim, desperate for the societal cache that comes with being damaged in some way, Bubba Wallace can’t and won’t let it go… He simply doesn’t have it in him to appear on CNNLOL and say, Yeah, I’m embarrassed. My team overreacted. It’s a big nothing and I want to apologize. I work with great people, I have the best fans, and I’m relieved to know that’s still true, so let’s move on; and use this as a lesson to not overreact, to give our friends and co-workers and country the benefit of the doubt.
No, he can’t be gracious or generous or decent or humble or uniting or act as a healer… BECAUSE IT’S STILL A NOOSE!
CNNLOL: Have you seen ropes like that hanging from garages. It’s that fairly typical?
BUBBA WALLACE: Don, the damage I have of what I’ve seen of what was hanging in my garage is not a garage pull. I’ve been racing all my life, we’ve raced out of hundreds of garages that have never had garage pulls like that. So people who want to call it a garage pull and put out videos and photos of knots as their evidence, go ahead. But from the evidence that we have, that I have, it’s a straight-up noose. The FBI has stated it was a noose over and over again. NASCAR leadership has stated that it was a noose. I can confirm that. I actually got evidence of what was hanging in my garage, over my car, around my pit crew guys, to confirm that it was a noose. Never seen anything like it. I talked to my crew chief about it. I said, Is this something like — I wanted to make sure we weren’t jumping the gun. And I said this isn’t a knot, this isn’t — and he’s like, Bubba; this isn’t something that can be done within a second of just tying a knot and being on the way. This is something that took time.
CNNLOL: So what are you saying? Are you saying that you believe it was intended for you in that way? Or are you — what are you saying here?
BUBBA WALLACE: It was a noose! Whether tied in 2019, it was a noose! So it wasn’t directed at me but somebody tied a noose.
CNNLOL: Uh, huh.
BUBBA WALLACE: That’s what I am saying. It was — it is a noose.
Translation: Someone did something last year that had nothing to do with me, but I’m still a victim because being a victim is now the highest status you can achieve in this country, so even though it had nothing to do with me whatsoever, I feel like it had something to do with me because I’ve allowed it to affect me, and that’s all that matters — not the truth, not facts, all the matters is the way I feel, so I’m still damaged and America is racist ‘n stuff.
When this story first broke, we all knew it was a hoax because almost every hate crime is revealed as a hoax…
February 25, 2019
(updated December 27, 2019)
Published by LeeF
Michigan prosecutors say Nikki Joly, a longtime LGBT activist, set fire to her home and killed her pets due to resentment from subsiding controversy over the enactment of nondiscrimination legislation he advocated for. The Detroit News reported Monday that law enforcement charge Joly, a transgender man from Jackson, Michigan, burned down her own home, killing five pets inside, in what was initially […]
February 20, 2019
(updated May 31, 2020)
Published by LeeF
The saga of Jussie Smollett’s alleged attack in Chicago took a surreal series of twists and turns leading up to an eventual announcement that the “Empire” actor was charged with filing a false police report. The actor, who starred on Fox’s “Empire,” turned himself over to authorities the morning of February 21st and was later […]