A New York woman admitted she fabricated her story to police claiming a group of teens shouted “Trump 2016” at her and left the note “Go Home” after slashing her tires, police said.
Adwoa Lewis, 19, was arrested and charged with making a false punishable written statement following an “extensive investigation” into her claims she made earlier this month, Nassau County police said Saturday.
Texas waiter made up racist note story, Saltgrass COO says
A server at a steakhouse in Texas made up the viral story about a customer leaving him a racist note on a receipt, restaurant management announced late Monday afternoon.
Khalil Cavil posted on Facebook last week that a customer at Saltgrass Steak House in Odessa, Texas, wrote zero in for his tip and put a note at the top of their receipt that said, “We don’t tip Terrorist.”
His story quickly gained international attention and the restaurant’s corporate office said it had banned the customer responsible.
Now they say they’ve learned the whole thing was made up.
“The cameras have certainly augmented our existing security on campus,” Westfield State spokeswoman Tricia Oliver told The Fix. “Plus, an increase in diversity and inclusivity educational programming has taken place over the last several months, led by the areas of Academic Affairs and Student Life. Such programming has resulted in productive discourse and conversation on these important topics …What we have seen, is a greater sentiment of unity.”
Another shocking hate crime, this time in Woodbridge, Virginia. A 13-year-old girl said a man cursed at her, grabbed her arm, and then threatened her with a knife before ripping off her hijab. He also allegedly called her a terrorist.
Today is “Punish A Muslim Day” according to fliers that were circulated in the UK, and the international media is in hysterics. However, like so many “anti-Muslim hate crimes,” the letter is almost certainly a hoax.
“I don’t intend to belabour the Hijab Hoax story anymore — other than to hold the Toronto District School Board to account for its involvement in the rushed press conference — but I received a belated response from a person of interest dragged into the right-wing conspiracy theories floating online about the Hijab Hoax because they believed she attended the press conference.”
It was not an angle I pursued, though I did retweet the suspected Baig association once, and given her mosqueteria and Wynne links it’s understandable that people made an honest error. At any rate it is to me far less a “crime” than that perpetrated by Justin Trudeau, the TDSB and all the usual suspects who propagated the lie that the Hijab Hoax was real. It remains my view that a 9 year old girl decided she could game the system, perhaps over unfinished homework, by simply uttering the magic word “Islamophobia”. She almost succeeded too.
As I wrote earlier:
“I don’t believe this was any grand conspiracy by the girl’s parents or that anyone else “put her up to it”, though certainly her parents, community, the TDSB, our whorish politicians and the ever reliable media enabled her. She simply sought to take advantage of what she has been taught: Muslims are always the victims of Canada’s inherently “Islamophobic” society. When you teach entitlement victimhood it should come as no surprise that everyone from kids to race baiting grifters will be quick to take advantage of it. Look no further than Motion M103, the effort by Justin’s Muslim handlers to enforce sharia law and criminalize Canadians who criticize the cult of Islam.”
Exposing the fake extremist violence statistics in its latest report.
Fake extremism statistics are big business. Just like those shoddy research studies which warn that drinking a glass of wine can kill you or make you immortal, they exist to be broadcast by the media.
Last year, the Southern Poverty Law Center faked a three-fold increase in “hate groups” by switching from listing one organization it had been smearing to listing 45 of its chapters separately. This year, SAALT listed multiple Muslim hate crime hoaxes in its report claiming that such crimes had increased.
The media uncritically reported their claims. Now it’s pushing more bad numbers from the ADL.
The ADL continues it’s transformation into a left wing propaganda organ.
When it was first reported last week that 11-year-old Toronto grade-school student Khawlah Noman had been followed to school by some whack job who wanted to cut off her hijab using scissors, the forces of political correctness were swift to condemn the incident.
Local and national politicians expressed their shock and indignation. This kind of aggression is not what Canada is about and will not be tolerated, they huffed.
In Toronto last Friday, an 11-year-old Muslim girl was reportedly walking to school when an unidentified male attacker ran up behind her, ripped off her jacket and cut her hijab open with a pair of scissors before running off. The attack was so widely reported that Prime Minister Justin Trudeau condemned the act, stating that “My heart goes out to [the Girl] following this morning’s cowardly attack on her in Toronto. Canada is an open and welcoming country, and incidents like this cannot be tolerated.” This crime was indeed awful and not to be tolerated — except it never happened. On Monday, Toronto Police announced that this event did not occur. The girl will not face charges for her false report — it would be ridiculous to charge a child with a crime — but it is just the latest example of how false hate crimes can stir up controversy and divide people, even at the highest levels of government. Similar false claims have been filed in the United States.
We now know that 11-year-old Khawlah Noman pulled a stunt on Canadians about being attacked by a man who cut through her hijab with a pair of scissors. Amidst all of the politically correct discussion around this Islamist garb, everyone was relieved the alleged incident was a hoax. We expect more considerate treatment of children by all Canadians, even those who may dislike Islam and its symbols.
So there was no incident as such, but the hoax itself is disturbing for a plethora of reasons.