Senate Passed Bill to Make Lynching a Federal Hate Crime Last Week, Cited Jussie Smollett AttackChris Menahan
Feb. 18, 2019
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Democrats were able to exploit the Jussie Smollett attack -- which evidence suggests was totally staged -- to pass a bill expanding federal hate crime laws.
Republicans, who used to be against federal hate crime laws and the concept of hate crime laws altogether, gave unanimous support to the bill, no doubt because they feared they'd be seen as "pro-lynching" otherwise.
Saying you oppose lynching people but are against federal hate crime laws is far too advanced a concept in the New America™.
From The Root:
On Thursday [Feb. 14th], the U.S. Senate passed a bill that would make lynching a federal crime.Here's video:
You can see in the video Booker said hate crimes against Black people, Jewish people, Muslims and LGBTQ are on the rise.
Booker left out that anti-white hate crimes are the fastest growing racial hate crimes in America, according to the FBI:
The Root continues:
Harris called lynching a part of the country's "uncomfortable history" that she said has never been "truly acknowledged" or "reconciled."That's a nice way of ignoring the fact 1,297 white people were lynched during the same time period, according to Tuskegee Institute archives.
The Hill reported: "Congress has tried but failed to pass anti-lynching legislation roughly 200 times since 1918, according to Harris's office."
As Rahm Emanuel said in the past: "You never let a serious crisis go to waste. And what I mean by that it's an opportunity to do things you think you could not do before."
Hate hoaxes are being exposed every week but they're being exploited nonetheless to pass legislation to give the federal government even more power.
Meanwhile, real attacks such as these two out of Chicago are brushed under the rug and ignored:
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