There’s been a virtual Klan rally of hate hoaxes since the 2016 presidential election.
A mob of frustrated Social Justice Warriors and resentful liberals hide under hoods of lies in an attempts to paint President Donald Trump and ordinary American citizens who support the president as racist, white supremacist, intolerant, bigots.
A video montage, created by Carpe Donktum who was tweeted by President Trump twice last week, features Empire actor Jussie Smollet and showcases the parade of progressive fakery and hate crime hoaxes that have created media an Internet firestorms over the past two years.
Childish Media – This is America
Thanks for the great idea @Cernovich
Hate Crimes are Real… They just aren't "News" pic.twitter.com/1LAkZAWwCg
— Carpe Donktum🔹 (@CarpeDonktum) February 19, 2019
Smollet, a gay and black actor told police in January two masked men hurled racist and anti-gay slurs at him, doused him with an unknown chemical substance as he walked home from a sandwich shop at around 2:00 a.m. local time. The actor claimed his assailants placed a thin rope around his neck and shouted “This is MAGA country!” before running away.
But law enforcement officials suspect deliberately staged an attack on himself Smollett.
Carpe Donktum also created a video montage mocking the reactions of Democrats who attended this year’s State of the Union.
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) February 16, 2019
Drawing outrage from Democrats, the video found itself pinned to the top of Trump’s Twitter account on Friday afternoon, after the president declared a national emergency on the US – Mexico border.