Hate Hoax at SUNY Albany

by Dave Blount | February 5, 2016 8:48 am

If it is too good to be true from the point of view of advancing the liberal narrative, that is because it is not true — as was demonstrated most recently at the Albany campus of the State University of New York.

Earlier, WREN reported:

Early Saturday morning, three UAlbany students were allegedly harassed and assaulted while riding on a CDTA bus on Western Ave in Albany.

The three students, who are three black females, said racial slurs were used by the perpetrators, whom they described as a group of 10 to 12 white males and females.

The educrats who have done everything in their power to encourage fascistic and disruptive Black Lives Matter type shenanigans could be counted on to take this to town:


By now you can guess the rest of the story. Predictably,

The incident sparked Black Lives Matter protests at the school, as demonstrated by this image from a Times Union article:


Protesters, including members of the National Congress of Black Women and the Albany chapter of Black Lives Matter, showed signs of support for the women, demanding change in the form of hiring minority faculty and providing sensitivity training for University police.

As it turns out, the biggest crime at SUNY Albany may have been the crimes against grammar committed on the signs protesters were carrying.

Parents shelling out money for an education at the school may want to reevaluate after seeing students carrying signs with the phrases “Stay Woke,” or “Keep Black Womyn Safe.”

Affirmative Action has taken a heavy toll on admission standards.

The hoax disintegrated when video of the incident came to light:

Officials, including the Albany County DA, are looking at security video from inside the bus. The bus had at least 12 cameras on it, which include audio. Sources tell NEWS10 ABC the video is damaging the young women’s accusations.

The events described by the supposed victims apparently cannot be found on the video footage. The invariably alleged racial slurs cannot be heard. Evidently three rude black women got into some minor altercation and thought it would be fun to stick it to white people with yet another hate hoax.

The hoax was less fun for the real victims. One of the hoaxers is Asha Burwell, the sister of Tyreek Burwell of the San Diego Chargers, who tweeted this before deleting it:


The innocent student Burwell threatened has left the school out of fear for his safety.

Please welcome Asha Burwell and friends to the Hate Hoax List.

On tips from rpp and Varla.

Source URL: https://rightwingnews.com/african-americans/hate-hoax-suny-albany/