Lexi McKelley, daughter of a daycare center owner, is culprit behind racist letter?
Dominique McKelley, owner of Bridge 2 Creative Learning Center in Whitehall, Pennsylvania said she received last Tuesday a racist letter about her black employee – The Morning Call reported .
hire a light skinned black she would blend more and not look like a ‘NANNY’. She’s not the fist thing a child nor the parents want to see soon as they walk in the daycare. So the choice is yours! Choose wisely remember WE THE PARENTS PAY YOUR MORTGAGE.
Thanks to investigative inquiry via twitter by author Thomas Wictor, we now know the racist letter is nothing but the hoax and the alleged culprit is the daughter of the daycare center.
- I said this letter was fake.
- (2) The entire town of Whitehall decided to make this infantile molehill into Mount Everest.
- The person who POSTED the letter is a mess.
- The mother told the newspaper this:
- Stop sending me e-mails. You accidentally admitted that you’re POSING as your mother. I am the one man who you can’t manipulate.
- Stop harassing me, or I’ll post your e-mails. Get help. Otherwise, you’re doomed.
- And now “Mom” is sending me semi-literate e-mails saying that I’VE DRAGGED HER DAUGHTER into it.
- Going forward, leftists should stop with the FAKE RACISM ACCUSATIONS.
Youtube is full of videos explaining why Charlottesville is a hoax played by crisis actors.
On Thursday, Rep. Dana Rohrabacher (R-CA) told the San Francisco Chronicle that he believes the Charlottesville protests were a ‘setup’ by left-wing activists.
“It was a setup for these dumb Civil War re-enactors,” Rohrabacher told the San Francisco Chronicle on Thursday.
White supremacist and ‘Unite the Right’ leader, Jason Kessler, was once reportedly a supporter a former President Obama and the Occupy movement. He conveniently became ‘right-wing’ AFTER Trump won but did not vote for him.
Washington Examiner reports:
Rep. Dana Rohrabacher, R-Calif., said leftists convinced Civil War re-enactors to protest the removal of a civil war statue and pretend to be white nationalists in Charlottesville, Va., last month.
“It was a setup for these dumb Civil War re-enactors,” Rohrabacher told the San Francisco Chronicle on Thursday.
“It was left-wingers who were manipulating them in order to have this confrontation,” he added, noting they attempted to “put our president on the spot.”
He attributed that this conspiracy was headed by a former “Hillary and Bernie” supporter, who convinced Civil War re-enactors to stage a protest against the removal of a Confederate General Robert E. Lee statue in Charlottesville.
THE CHARLOTTESVILLE HOAX SMOKING GUN #8 – THE HERO?
WAS CHARLOTTESVILLE ‘STAGED’ BY PAID CRISIS ACTORS? The proof the skeptics are talking about:
- THE MYSTERY OF THE MAROON VAN AND ITS DRIVER: Why this van sat empty in the middle of an intersection, with no driver, for 5 minutes before the crash is a big question. Later, another video shows a big woman with tattoo sitting ALONE inside the parked car, holding her smart phone. The next video is the crash showing her getting hit by her own car, the driver seat empty but with other people inside the car. With more digging, it also shows the car with salvaged title is from Virginia.
- Marcus Martin : victim or crisis actor? He’s the black guy who rolled over the hood during crash, later seen sitting on a truck, standing on the side of the road, looking perfectly fine, no broken leg
- Heather Heyer looked thin on her pictures. Video of Heather, according to Marcus girlfriend as shown by by Charlottesville Shuffle – Part 2. shows an obese woman.
- An unconscious Heyer was stripped off of her clothing, nearly naked waist down, when video shows no injuries to lower part of her body.
- Man who performed CPR on Heyer was not doing it correctly. A civilian is also assisting in her emergency care.
- Obese Heather was transported in a wire transport basket, but a skinny guy was put on a stretcher
- Then, a civilian, a small woman, assisted the men carrying obese Heather in the rescue basket while other firemen and cops are just standing around
- ‘Squash’ the victim: she was dragged,thrown, crushed, scraped, run over with two tires – yet there’s no blood.
- Rescuers picked up a seriously injured but bloodless ‘squash’ and moved her to the curb
- Later on, video shows ‘squash’ was well enough she was able to sit up on her own
- Another victim: two videos – one with wig, the other without wig, both after the accident.
- Maroon van traced to a John Chandler from Virginia who posted multiple photos with Obama during WH visits.
- DODGE CHALLENGER HAS NO AIRBAGS
- The blood splatter on the hood that appear after the impact and the windshield wiper that was on but did not show it.
- Disappearing body: a person smashed between two cars disappear from video, no blood splatter, nothing
- The area was not cleared by cops, no yellow tape to investigate the crime scene
- Where are the ambulance, cops cars and their flashing lights?
- Only one ambulance responded to reported 19 injuries
- Antifa medics ( a protest with medics? ) were on site before the crash and on video were screaming and panicking instead of helping people. See the women wearing white shirts with red cross and gloves?
- Golf cart with ready stretcher ready before the crash. A fire station and 4 hospitals are just minutes away from the scene.
- The 5-minute timeline from start of video leading up to the crash raise lots of questions
- Speculation multiple videos were made on different days leading up to the finale – the car crash.
MSM photo of Heather Heyer
VIDEO SHOWS OBESE HEATHER HEYER GETTING ‘CPR’
VIDEO OF VICTIM ‘SQUASH’ BELOW
Also, the liberal media likes to parade victims of right-wing ‘atrocities’ . How come there are no CNN interviews from the 19 people injured? Where are they? The left are letting a crisis go into waste? No way.
There are lots of videos on youtube about this ‘hoax’ theory right now. You watch and you decide. The one I made link below is by Vegan Warrior.
VEGAN WarriorⓋ created a youtube playlist why he believe Charlottesville is a hoax. He said he was a former police officer in Virginia with military background and used to be an investigation officer. He is now a vegan coach.
- CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA HOAX – THE SMOKING GUN!!! #1 (1 of 5 and counting)
- CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA HOAX – THE SMOKING GUN!!! #2 (2 of 5 and counting)
- CHARLOTTESVILLE HOAX – SMOKING GUN #4 THE MINI VAN DRIVER IDENTIFIED!
- CHARLOTTESVILLE HOAX SMOKING GUN #5 – WHAT BLOOD?
- CHARLOTTESVILLE HOAX SMOKING GUN #6 – THE CRIME SCENE BLOCK
- CHARLOTTESVILLE HOAX SMOKING GUN #7 – THE AIRBAGS
- THE CHARLOTTESVILLE HOAX SMOKING GUN #8 – THE HERO?
The left have been caught many times hiring paid protesters and crisis actors for their staged big events. Remember how they even hired homeless people ( free shower, food, hotel stay and some money ) to protest against President Trump last campaign. Paid protesters and actors attending staged rallies ( who does that? ) create skepticism among us citizens. Truth is always simple. it does not carry questionable facts, but lies always do.
THE BLOOD SPLATTER
THE MAROON VAN
MANIPULATED CLIMATE CHANGE DATA BY NOAA BEING USED TO MANIPULATE GULLIBLE LEADERS AND MASSES ON GLOBAL WARMING HOAX
( Daily Mail ) A high-level whistleblower has told this newspaper that America’s National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) breached its own rules on scientific integrity when it published the sensational but flawed report, aimed at making the maximum possible impact on world leaders including Barack Obama and David Cameron at the UN climate conference in Paris in 2015.
The report claimed that the ‘pause’ or ‘slowdown’ in global warming in the period since 1998 – revealed by UN scientists in 2013 – never existed, and that world temperatures had been rising faster than scientists expected. Launched by NOAA with a public relations fanfare, it was splashed across the world’s media, and cited repeatedly by politicians and policy makers.
But the whistleblower, Dr John Bates, a top NOAA scientist with an impeccable reputation, has shown The Mail on Sunday irrefutable evidence that the paper was based on misleading, ‘unverified’ data.
It was never subjected to NOAA’s rigorous internal evaluation process – which Dr Bates devised.
His vehement objections to the publication of the faulty data were overridden by his NOAA superiors in what he describes as a ‘blatant attempt to intensify the impact’ of what became known as the Pausebuster paper.
….The scandal has disturbing echoes of the ‘Climategate’ affair which broke shortly before the UN climate summit in 2009, when the leak of thousands of emails between climate scientists suggested they had manipulated and hidden data. Some were British experts at the influential Climatic Research Unit at the University of East Anglia.
NOAA’s 2015 ‘Pausebuster’ paper was based on two new temperature sets of data – one containing measurements of temperatures at the planet’s surface on land, the other at the surface of the seas.
Both datasets were flawed. This newspaper has learnt that NOAA has now decided that the sea dataset will have to be replaced and substantially revised just 18 months after it was issued, because it used unreliable methods which overstated the speed of warming. The revised data will show both lower temperatures and a slower rate in the recent warming trend.
Precious liberals are in a tizzy after falling for a hoax instigated by 4chan by spreading a story that the ‘ok’ hand gesture was originally a symbol of white supremacy.
The “OK” hand gesture hoax originated in February 2017 when an anonymous 4channer announced “Operation O-KKK,” telling other members that “we must flood Twitter and other social media websites…claiming that the OK hand sign is a symbol of white supremacy.”
Has the simple thumb-and-forefinger “OK” hand gesture become a white supremacist hand sign? Well, no, it hasn’t, but you are likely to hear just the opposite from social media, thanks to the latest hoax from members of notorious website 4chan.
The site 4chan is an anonymous discussion board with an outsized cultural impact on the Internet. It has been responsible for everything from the “I can haz cheeseburger” cat meme to the concept of rickrolling. There is little that 4channers like so much as a hoax and in recent months they have served up a number of fakeries with white supremacist themes to largely credulous on-line audiences.
The “OK” hand gesture hoax originated in February 2017 when an anonymous 4channer announced “Operation O-KKK,” telling other members that “we must flood Twitter and other social media websites…claiming that the OK hand sign is a symbol of white supremacy.” The user even provided a helpful graphic showing how the letters WP (for “white power”) could be traced within an “OK” gesture. The originator and others also suggested useful hashtags to help spread the hoax, such as #PowerHandPrivilege and #NotOkay. “Leftists have dug so deep down into their lunacy,” wrote the poster, “We must force [them] to dig more, until the rest of society ain’t going anywhere near that s***.”
Liberals so desperate to destroy Trump, they fall for fake stories over and over and even pay for them. Below is the story of a fake doc sold for $9,000 to a Yoni Ariel claiming ExxonMobil had secretly bribed Trump $1.5 billion in order to nominate Rex Tillerson as his Secretary of State, and how the buyer eagerly passed them on to Democrat operatives and journalists. The only problem: The documents were phony.
An elaborate hoax based on forged documents escalates the phenomenon of “fake news” and reveals an audience on the left that seems willing to believe virtually any claim that could damage Trump.
In the third week of January, an Israeli named Yoni Ariel flew from Tel Aviv to Rome carrying $9,000 in cash on a secret mission to bring down Donald Trump.
There, he met with an Italian businessman. Seated at a table toward the rear of a café, away from the street where they might attract unwanted attention, Ariel recalled, he handed over the cash. In exchange he was given a copy of a potentially explosive set of documents.
Its 35 pages told the story of a $1.6 billion wire transfer from petroleum giant ExxonMobil to a European office of a Chinese mining company, which a day later transferred 1.4 billion euros to the Trump Organization, the privately held conglomerate founded by President Trump.
…… The only problem: The documents were phony. The wire transfers never occurred, and the entire set of documents appear to have been forged as part of an elaborate scam. The fake documents were created, sold, and circulated by a cast of characters that includes a flamboyant Italian who claims to be a baron and a knight, an Israeli who says that during apartheid he engaged in “political subversion” on behalf of the African National Congress, and an American felon who digs up dirt to hurt Trump and other Republicans.
In the slightly more than four months since the presidential election, a burgeoning market for potentially damaging information about President Trump and his associates has emerged. Opportunists have begun dangling such would-be smoking guns — sometimes for a price — in front of journalists, amateur sleuths, and deep-pocketed political activists so eager to damage the Trump presidency that they can be blind to potential red flags.
… Since Trump’s election, a spate of people, often with financial motives, have been peddling dirt on the president. One anonymous tipster, for example, asked $15,000 for “credible” videos of women telling “erotic” tales of Trump at nightclubs in various countries. A high-profile private investigator in Los Angeles wanted $2 million in “funding” for what he described as “game-changing information” about Trump and his wife, Melania. In both cases, BuzzFeed News rejected the offers. An Israeli startup, meanwhile, tried to convince reporters that portions of Trump’s inauguration speech had been plagiarized using its software, a claim that appears to be untrue.
…Although Ariel acknowledges paying for the alleged Exxon documents, neither he nor others who helped circulate them asked for compensation from journalists; instead, they argued passionately that the documents appeared authentic and demanded attention for what they saw as the good of democracy. But however noble their intentions may have been, had they succeeded in persuading journalists of the documents’ authenticity, they could have further muddled the waters in an era increasingly defined by the spread of disinformation.
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( Milo ) Kelly Carter, a waitress at Anita’s New Mexico Cafe, has been accused of forging a racist note and claiming one of her white customers left it for her after stiffing her on his bill.
According to The Dail Caller, Carter initially claimed the customer wrote “Great service, don’t tip black people” at the bottom of his receipt.
She shared the following photo, which the mainstream media very quickly picked up and began circulating.
When the photo first began making the rounds, many pointed out the stark difference in handwriting.
Still, liberal outlets like The Huffington Post continued to carry the story as pure fact. Carter reportedly subsequently received thousands of dollars in tips from strangers who read about her story and wanted to help.
The NAACP even got involved.
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