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One of Foster's cars.

Hate Hoax: Man Who Reported ‘Racist Graffiti’ Arrested For Fraud

Despite the left’s insistence that the raison d’être of America is racism, yet another “Trump-inspired” hate crime is turning out to be a hoax.

In Jussie Smollett fashion, Mississippi resident Trumaine Foster reported that racially-charged expletives were spray-painted on two of his vehicles on February 4th. The graffiti allegedly included references to Donald Trump as well.

According to reports, the first vehicle, a pickup truck, had “N******” spray-painted on it twice. His second vehicle, a sedan, was defaced with with ‘Leave N******’ and ‘Trump.’

One of Foster’s cars.

 

Although police refrained from publicly attributing responsibility for the graffiti to Foster, they charged him with insurance fraud and tampering with the evidence.

Also suspicious, Foster operates a body shop in a nearby city and “specializes in painting cars” including spray-painting.

Foster’s two neighbors reacted with disbelief: “to make something up, that just does not make sense to me” and “it was a hoax just kind of made us look silly,”

While the left proliferates the narrative America is replete with racism, substantiated by Soros-funded organizations like the Southern Poverty Law Center and Anti-Defamation League that claim hate crimes have hit all-time highs under President Trump, instances like these demonstrate otherwise.

In other words, there’s scant evidence to validate the left’s vision of America, so they have to fabricate hate crimes to corroborate their narrative.

Look no further than the infamous Jussie Smollett, who falsely claimed he was the victim of a racist and homophobic attack in Chicago. While establishment media outlets and left-wing celebrities came to his immediate defense, the Chicago Police Department ultimately concluded the actor “orchestrated the incident and paid two men who were acquaintances from the TV show on which he starred to stage the incident for publicity.”

In reality, under President Trump, African-American unemployment and poverty has hit never-before-seen lows and wages have risen substantially.

Natalie Winters

Natalie Winters is an executive assistant to the editor, as well as a Senior Writing Fellow at the National Pulse. She has previously been published at the WarRoom.org website.