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Amren.com's Hate Hoax Map: Muslims Overrepresented As Terrorists, AND Overrepresented As Hate Hoaxers
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December 13, 2017, 06:51 PM
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Amren.com has been doing some serious research into the "hate crime hoax" phenomenon. We have a whole section on it ourselves, going back 15 years.  Remember, if you ever see a headline saying  A Black Church Burned in the Name of Trump, (still up on the Atlantic's website) the suspect will eventually turn out to look like the guy at the right.

Jared Taylor addresses the question of hate hoaxes in a YouTube video:

https://youtu.be/_GyTrj1ZMPI

There's a Google Map of the hoaxes:

Go to the Amren.com Hate Hoax Map page for more details. One of the most striking thing about these hoaxes is how many of them are faked Islamophobic crimes. The Narrative is that in the wake of Muslim terrorism, innocent Muslims are targeted by Islamophobic whites for "hate crimes", or alternatively, in response to Trump's rhetoric, innocent Muslims are targeted blah blah blah.

In fact, these "hate crimes" are mostly faked.

Ann Coulter wrote that

Since the election, there have been vivid stories from across the nation of Trump supporters tearing off Muslim girls’ hijabs—at the University of Michigan (since retracted), Louisiana State University (also retracted), San Diego State University (that too was retracted), the New York City subway (again: retracted), and the University of New Mexico (no witnesses, won’t reveal attacker’s name or report the incident for investigation).

The main take-away from all these stories is: We sure have taken in a lot of Muslims! They seem to have trouble assimilating to American laws about not committing mass murder, but the good news is, when it comes to America’s culture of victimhood, they assimilate like fish to water!

It would be more accurate to say that, in the wake of Muslim terrorism, other Muslims engaged in psychological warfare operations against their host country, and that, in the wake of Trump's highly popular "rhetoric", Muslims in America engaged in propaganda efforts designed to defeat the results of the election—not that they're the only ones.