For the last month, liberals have been losing their minds over Donald Trump becoming the next president, throwing temper tantrums on an epic — and mind-blowingly pathetic — scale, the likes of which we’ve never seen before.
While protesting in the middle of the street and attacking Trump voters has become normal practice for these degenerates, one of the vile methods they’ve employed to share their opinion on the outcome of the election comes in the form of hate hoaxes.
For those not in the know, these are falsified claims of physical attacks on liberals by Donald Trump supporters. Several of these have been in the news as of late, but one out of Villanova University is taking the cake.
According to Breitbart, A Villanova University student has asked police to drop their investigation into an incident in which she alleged she was attacked by white male President-elect Donald Trump supporters.
An African-American female student at the university alleged in a hate crime-related story that after Trump’s victory against Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton, a group of white men knocked her to the ground as they yelled “Trump,” Philly.com reported.
Last month, the student asked the local police department to shut down the investigation into the incident, yet police did not reveal the reason for her request.
Villanova University campus police say the student is now asking them to drop the investigation into the alleged incident as well.
“It was hard to move forward, being that the student did not want to pursue the matter,” a Villanova campus police spokesman told the local paper.
The spokesman would not say why exactly the student would not cooperate with campus police and why she did not want to pursue the investigation.
You know, there’s just something suspicious about a supposed victim of a crime suddenly changing her tune and no longer wishiing to pursue an investigation into an assault.
It’s almost as if there’s a possibility that said event never occurred. Surely someone wouldn’t make up such a horrific tale?
It’s understandable that some people are disappointed by the turn out of the election, but there’s a right way and a wrong way to voice your opinions and concerns.
Making up fake assaults is definitely the wrong way.
[Note: This article was written by Michael Cantrell]