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Another “Noose” Found In A Connecticut School Is Not What It Seems

Sometimes, Sigmund Freud reportedly observed, a cigar is just a cigar – and not a phallic symbol.

But to liberals, it’s becoming clear that every rope is a symbol of racism.

The latest on the rope-hoax front occurred in Connecticut.

A noose was found in the restroom of the Nathan Hale School in New Haven. The head of the school district immediately condemned the supposedly bigoted act. 

“This is a very serious breach of the values of our community. Such behavior cannot and will not be tolerated. We will work with staff and students to understand what happened and to keep it from occurring again,” Superintendent Iline Tracey said in a message to the school community.

“We will take action to make sure students are safe, and all are respected.”

Of course.

Yet, then again, as it turned out, the rope was something else.

A city spokesman told local media late last week that the noose, fashioned out of shoestrings, was tied by a student who was intent on self-harm.

The student was subsequently taken to a hospital.

As The Blaze noted, the noose at Nathan Hale is the latest of a string of misidentified ropes and cables over the past few years.

Liberals have spotted an alleged noose at the end of a steel construction cable at Central Connecticut State University; at another construction site at Marcus Garvey Park in Harlem; at a University of Michigan hospital, which turned out to be evidence of an employee practicing to tie a fishing knot; at a Philadelphia playground, where it held a black doll, put there by two tween-age boys— one white, one black — in an effort to scare people; and at the University of Delaware student, where a student spotted nooses hanging from a tree after Black Lives Matter protest, which in fact were ropes leftover from a previous campus activity at the site that involved paper lanterns.

And, of course, let us not forget the “noose” left on the door pull inside Bubba Wallace’s garage at Talladega Speedway in Alabama.

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