HATE HOAX: Police Say 'Scissors Attack' On Hijabbed 11yo Girl Never HappenedChris Menahan
Jan. 16, 2018
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The entire fake news media went into overdrive late last week after 11-year-old Khawlah Noman claimed an "Asian" man in his 20s aggressively cut her hijab twice with a pair of scissors.
Noman and her family held a press conference last Friday to play up her alleged victimization:
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau gave a speech soon after saying she was attacked "seemingly for her religion." He said we have to "remind ourselves every day that we are better than this."
The story was picked up by the New York Times, Reuters, The Guardian, the BBC and dozens of other news outlets.
It turns out -- shockingly -- it was all a giant hoax.
Toronto police say an incident involving an 11-year-old girl who claimed to have her hijab cut by a stranger on the street, "did not happen."
“We have spoken with (the girl), we have spoken to all the people the public would expect us to speak to in the course of a thorough investigation, and when we put all of that together -- we looked at it very closely -- and that was the conclusion that we came to.”Such hate hoaxes are so common now that they should all be assumed to be frauds unless proven otherwise.
The left has made being a victim the highest virtue and millions are now in competition for the title of "most victimized."
UPDATE: Trudeau responds to the hoax being exposed, acts like it changes nothing:
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