Minority Students Caught Faking Air Force Academy Hate Crime

Caught In Act
"Oh, no! How will we justify our violent activism now?"

In Denver, racial slurs were posted outside the rooms of five black students of the Air Force Academy. However, after a thorough investigation, it was discovered that those same students that “discovered” the racial slurs, were also the ones that posted them.

In September, the appearance of racial slurs on a communal message board that rocked the Air Force Academy, and had black activists up in arms, and howling about “racism.”  As the mainstream media picked up and amplified the story, to push their chosen narratives – top brass at the Academy were forced to respond.

The Academy’s superintendent Lt. Gen. Jay Silveria, a veteran fighter pilot, addressed the fake hate crime – caving into the mainstream narrative, and completely glossing over the fact that the entire “crime” was a forgery, committed by African American students.

“Regardless of the circumstances under which those words were written, they were written, and that deserved to be addressed,” he wrote in an email response, after the event. “You can never over-emphasize the need for a culture of dignity and respect — and those who don’t understand those concepts, aren’t welcome here.”

Later, after the investigation was completed, he addressed the students of the academy, saying, “We would also be tone deaf not to think about the backdrop of what is going on in our country,” Silveria had told cadets. “Things like Charlottesville, Ferguson, the protests in the NFL.”

In a written statement issued by the academy on Tuesday, the academy had said, “We can confirm that one of the cadet candidates who was allegedly targeted by racist remarks written outside of their dorm room was actually responsible for the act. The individual admitted responsibility and this was validated by the investigation.”

The Academy confirmed that the offending students were no longer with the academy, but were unable to clarify if they had left or were expelled. The student’s name too was not released.

The academy has struggled with many cases of sexual misconduct several times previously, which are increasingly recurring in the recent years, but few of these racial incidents have been made public – and most of them have been found to be manufactured by African American student activists.

Are any hate crimes real anymore? It seems disaffected minorities, with martyr complexes just create this garbage – to justify their Black Lives Matter riots, or their Anthem Protests, and other shameful and criminal forms of “activism.”