College campuses – from the esteemed halls of the U.S. Air Force Academy to lesser-known institutions like Delta State University and St. Olaf College – are prime gardens of hate-crime hoaxes.
Hoaxes, by the way, that seem to all flow in one direction: with black students initially claiming to be the victims then turning out to be the perps.
Add Wayne State University to the mix.
Last week the conservative website The College Fix reported that the Wayne State University Police Department spent at least 200 man-hours investigating who pelted a black student’s dorm room door with eggs multiple times.
The outcome of the exhaustive manhunt: “A black student who said she was the victim of multiple attacks because of her race has been identified as a primary suspect in the alleged vandalism,” the Fix reported.
Zoriana Martinez asserted that her dorm room was vandalized and “someone” tore down her LGBT Pride sticker and even swiped a photo of her dog “all because [she was] a black person living in their space.”
And, as could be expected, the left-wing students took the bait.
A member of the school’s Black Student Union wrote, “As you know a member of our community was hurt, disrespected, and violated; She is not alone in this. When it happens to one of us it happens to all of us.”
Except, the Fix noted, “the police have concluded that she (Martinez) likely perpetrated the incident herself to obtain a leadership position in the Black Student Union.”
“If it was not her, the intent behind the acts were not for a racial reason. ‘There are absolutely no indicators of any racial intent,’” the police concluded, according to the Fix.
Police further reported that while Martinez “has made many enemies on campus,” they are not foes because of the complainant’s “race or sexual identity.”
The great philosopher George Santayana observed that those who refuse to remember history are doomed to repeat it. We keep seeing this lesson on our campuses, but refuse to learn it.
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