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A Helpful List of Hate Crime Hoaxes

Posted by V the K at 6:52 pm - July 30, 2016.
Filed under: Liberal Lies

Milo runs down a long list of ‘Hate Crimes’ that turned out to be fakes generated by leftists hoping to gain celebrity, money, or just advance a narrative of hate that the real world obstinately fails to live up to.

Victimhood is profitable. On the internet, it can get you thousands of dollars in crowdfunding donations. In the media, it can win you national prominence and a cooing audience of credulous sycophants. On campus, it can get you attention and plaudits from fellow grievance-mongers.



  1. V- I recommend you start putting such numbers in context. As usual context is important and its something Milo and other right wing hacks often miss.

    100 in the past 10 years is less than .0003% of all hate crimes in the past decade. Im no statistician but that seems pretty small.

    Comment by mike — July 30, 2016 @ 8:13 pm - July 30, 2016

  2. Where did you get your numbers, mike? Pull them out of your ass as usual?

    Comment by Juan — July 30, 2016 @ 8:26 pm - July 30, 2016

  3. There’s actually a website database:

    Comment by Robert Evans — July 31, 2016 @ 5:29 am - July 31, 2016

  4. Okay, mike, I’m calling you on this one.

    If X is the total number of hate crimes, then you are saying:

    0.00003% * X = 100

    Now, remember, this is a percentage, so to get the actual number, you have to add two zeros (1% = 0.01) so we get:

    0.0000003 * X = 100

    Multiply both sides by ten million:

    3X = 1,000,000,000

    Divide both sides by 3 and round down to the nearest million (that’s for YOUR benefit, mike. Rounding up makes the number even more ridiculous):

    X = 333,000,000

    So, you are saying in ten years there have been three hundred thirty-three MILLION hate crimes.

    This number is clearly false.

    Comment by Craig Smith — July 31, 2016 @ 9:16 am - July 31, 2016

  5. My mistake. I miscounted zeros. The total number of hate crimes is 33 million. Still ridiculously large and clearly false.

    Comment by Craig Smith — July 31, 2016 @ 9:24 am - July 31, 2016

  6. The idea of “hate crime” has always been asinine. “Hate” is in the eye of the beholder. For a lot of people, simple political/social disagreements are seen as “hate” (see wedding cake fascism).

    There are innumerable instances where a white-on-black crime is labeled a hate crime whereas black-on-white crime is seldom, if ever, labeled a hate crime – even when racial bias is incandescently obvious (e.g. “knockout game”).

    According crime victims special status based on some whatever-identity-is-in-vogue status is certainly not equal protection under the law. Judges and have always been able to consider motive and circumstance when meting out punishment.

    Why should Martha Schell, 100, raped and murdered in Wichita by a black man be considered a “lesser victim” simply because she’s not a member of a preferred identity group?

    If the colors had been reversed, it’s would’ve been a national story.

    As an aside… way back, a white man in Tulsa raped an elderly black lady and then strangled her with a lamp cord. A Tulsa jury duly convicted him and sentenced him to death. For some reason (extradited?), he wound up in prison in NY state. Since OK wanted to execute the scum, Mario Cuomo would not allow him to be returned to OK. When Pataki became governor, he shipped the bastard back to OK where he was executed. He got what was coming to him without need to “hate crime” charges.

    Comment by KCRob — July 31, 2016 @ 11:13 am - July 31, 2016

  7. If someone is physically attacking you up does it matter if they hate you?

    Comment by Steve — July 31, 2016 @ 11:59 am - July 31, 2016

  8. Lil letter mike is including “thought” hate crimes…

    Comment by tnnsne1 — July 31, 2016 @ 12:32 pm - July 31, 2016

  9. As has been often repeated, “hate crimes” are basically thought crimes. Additional punishment because of what you were thinking at the time.

    But, as has also been said, they are unjust in enforcement (Hey, how come hate crime laws are okay, when administered unjustly, but voter ID laws are not when administered justly?) and therefore should be struck down.

    Comment by Craig Smith — July 31, 2016 @ 12:35 pm - July 31, 2016

  10. Craig – correct. I had a decimal error. Should be 0.003%
    Still statistically insignificant

    Comment by mike — July 31, 2016 @ 5:05 pm - July 31, 2016

  11. So, you are saying that there were 333,000 hate crimes per year on average? I still find that unbelievable.

    Comment by Craig Smith — July 31, 2016 @ 9:12 pm - July 31, 2016

  12. The FBI is charged under the Hate Crime Statistics Act with compiling statistics on hate crimes. In its most recent report, for 2013, it counted 5,928 incidents resulting in 7,242 victims. That was a decline from 2012, in which the FBI tallied 6,573 incidents.


    Comment by tnnsne1 — July 31, 2016 @ 10:09 pm - July 31, 2016

  13. does it bother anyone that a “hate crime” designation is completely subjective? it is my belief that given that staggering preponderance of black on white crime the Clinton administration invented the hate crime to keep the democrat party myth of the oppressed black man alive. the oppressed blacked man is the cornerstone of the democrat political strategy. it is how they get the non-white vote by selectively oppressing white people through affirmative action which is really the racial discrimination that they supposedly abhor. it also keeps upward of 50% of white people voting for politicians that will practice racial discrimination against them. a lot of white people say black people are dumb but I have never known one black person in my life that was stupid enough to vote for a politician that would practice racial discrimination against them.

    Comment by salg — July 31, 2016 @ 10:52 pm - July 31, 2016

  14. Okay, let’s make a couple of assumptions here:

    Let’s assume that from 2006-2016 hate crimes have slowly declined (note that the hate crime hoaxes have had an INCREASE over that time) and in 2006 there were around 10,000 hate crimes. Let’s also assume, for the purposes of argument that that has remained the number for ten years. That makes it 100,000 hate crimes in ten years. With 100 hoaxes, that’s 0.1%, which is 33 times the percentage given by mike.

    Now let’s use the FBI figure for 2013, of around 6,000 hate crimes, and Milo lists 10 hoaxes that year. That comes to 0.17% which is 57 times the percentage given by mike.

    I suggest you do a bit more research before attempting stats again, mike.

    Comment by Craig Smith — August 1, 2016 @ 9:49 am - August 1, 2016

  15. Craig Smith .. for people like lil letter mike, the details don’t matter. If he “feels” there are 1 million hate crimes per year, then there are 1 million hate crimes per year. The fact the you don’t “feel” the same way he “feels” just shows how much you H8 him and that makes the number of H8 crimes 1 million plus 1.

    For the lil letter crowd, thinking about something is just like actually doing something which is why the SJW online are so prevalent these days. Reposting a meme regarding child abuse is exactly the same as going out and volunteering to help an abused child.

    Comment by TnnsNe1 — August 1, 2016 @ 11:25 am - August 1, 2016

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