Hate Hoax at Parkway Central High

Hate Hoax at Parkway Central High

It was treated as a big deal when someone scrawled “White Lives Matter” and topped it off with the forbidden N-word on a bathroom mirror at Parkway Central High School in Chesterfield, Missouri. Principal Timothy McCarthy got on the PA and sent out an email to parents and students hyping the incident and promising to “work diligently to investigate.” Looks like the investigation was a little too diligent, spoiling this teachable moment by revealing that as usual, the confessed perpetrator is of politically preferred pigmentation:

The Parkway School District would only identify the student as “non-white,” but stressed that “does not diminish the hurt it caused or the negative impact it has had on our community.”

School officials did not disclose the student’s motive for the graffiti.

Maybe he just wanted to get on the Hate Hoax List.

Chesterfield is only 25 miles from Ferguson, site of one of the most successful hate frauds yet, whereby a police officer defending himself from violent criminal maniac Michael Brown was spun into a racial incident with the help of the debunked “hands up, don’t shoot” lie.

It is implicitly assumed in the Chesterfield story that most anyone would regard “White Lives Matter” as racist hate speech. Yet we are expected to regard Black Lives Matter as benevolent.

On tips from Jim Lehey, Dave F, and Chronos Z. Wonderpig. Cross-posted at Moonbattery.

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