Report: Hate Crimes 'Increase' Likely Due to Increase In Jurisdictions Reporting Incidents to FBIChris Menahan
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Reason Magazine's Elizabeth Nolan Brown investigated the supposed "rise in hate crimes" in America and found the data shows it appears to be tied to a large increase in jurisdictions reporting alleged hate crime incidents to the FBI.
Democrats like Kamala Harris have tried to dodge responsibility for pushing the Jussie Smollett alleged hate hoax by claiming it masks the bigger picture that "hate crimes are on the rise in America."
The reality is hate crimes are actually way down since 2006.
We have higher numbers of incidents, but we also have more and more police agencies participating in the voluntary reporting system.Follow InformationLiberation on Twitter, Facebook, Gab and Minds.