HATE HOAX: Air Force Academy Cadet Candidate Wrote Fake Racist Messages Himself

Racist messages written on a whiteboard at the Air Force Academy in September that made national news and inspired an impassioned speech from a lieutenant general were written by a student supposedly victimized by the messages.

A report from KKTV11 Tuesday states “one of the cadet candidates at the Air Force Academy Preparatory School allegedly targeted by racist remarks has been found responsible for the act.”

The cadet candidate has now left the school, KKTV11 reports.

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  • simus1

    It appears that a lot of ex Emperor Barry’s jumped up generals and admirals are just class of xx promotion whores who need “to leave and enter exciting interesting careers elsewhere”. The fish rots from the head.

  • Clink9

    I am one more shocking news story on BCF away from having a pump attack.

    I cants take no more!

  • Gary

    The call letters starting with a K means the Station is on the west half of the US since W is for the east half with a few exception going back to shipping and Government radio transmissions for public information .
    No shock it’s a Leftcoast pot smoker .

  • Ho Hum

    I just knew at the time that this was a hoax and yet for days the media played the video of the virtue signalling commander of the academy dressing down cadets. The media should ask him if he feels like an idiot now.

  • DMB

    The only way to deal with these fake hate crimes is public shaming. Have the perpetrators stand on a busy street corner holding a sign with the fake message they wrote with a side note informing people that they themselves wrote this.