The easiest way that it seems liberals these days will try to get the upper hand when it comes to any discussion of any kind is to claim racism.
They will claim racism to their last breath in order to get someone that they do not agree with politically in hot water because of the fact that making that kind of a claim is one of the hardest things to defend against because anyone that might hear that claim will come into that discussion with preconceived notions about you making it even harder for you to defend yourself.
Saying that someone is racist isn’t the be all end all in the liberal disruption playbook. If just calling someone a racist doesn’t work they will end up accusing the person of a hate crime. As if being called a racist wasn’t enough, they have now gotten the police involved and whether you have done anything wrong or not being a party to any kind of a police investigation is enough.
Shoot, I know personally of a man for example that lived in a house that six months before he and his family moved in was the target of some kind of drug investigation that one day the police had a search warrant for his house that he had no earthly idea why. It was more of an inconvenience than anything else.
The point is that when liberals try to bash conservatives by hitting them with claims of having committed a hate crime its so the court of public opinion with paint them with a wide brush. As we all know, the newspapers print the accusation on the front page and the retraction next to the crossword puzzle.
From The Daily Wire:
In mid-November, a Drake University student told school officials she had received four racist notes in one of the residence halls, at least one of which was addressed to her.
After a police and school investigation, the student, who has not been charged or named, admitted to writing one of the notes. The Des Moines Register reports that Drake officials “are confident the four notes reported by the female student were hoaxes.”
The student who sent the four hoax notes now faces harassment charges, according to Sgt. Paul Parizek, a Des Moines, IA, police spokesman (whether she will actually be charged remains to be seen and is unlikely). Drake spokesman Jarad Bernstein told the Register that the student also faces a campus discipline procedure which could result in her expulsion. Again, this is unlikely, as most hoaxers claim they were trying to “start a dialogue” and get a pass.
On Friday, Drake University President Marty Martin sent a statement to students and faculty saying the notes reported by the student on November 13 and 15 were “copycat hoaxes of an initial campus incident.”