Examples of HuffPost inciting racial hatred
Inciting racist hatred
(a) “It’s pretty clear who ruined America: white people.”
(b) “Let’s be honest, white people are the problem here”
(c) White people conspire to “steal elections”
(d) “The Klan won last night”
(e) Half of America’s voters are Nazis or Klan members
(3) Inciting racist hatred
Racism is defined as “the belief that all members of each race possess characteristics, abilities, or qualities specific to that race, especially so as to distinguish it as inferior or superior to another race or races.” One classic form of racism, and incitement based on racial bigotry, is to blame all the members of one race for all of a nation’s, or town’s, problems.
HuffPost insists it is a professional, nonpartisan newspaper, that does not tolerate any form of racism or bigotry. These headlines reveal the grim reality: and, as documented elsewhere in this report, it also employs an extreme bias in terms of reporting the hate crimes it helps to incite, in part based on the race of the of the victim(s), and the perpetrator(s).
This racist, anti-Semitic screed was published was demolished by a former Israeli soldier.
The above, racist screed was posted near the top of HuffPost’ front page.
And it wasn’t just Donald Trump who won last night—it was his supporters too. The Klan won last night.
Note: Sometime after November 9, HuffPost selectively edited the above line out of its version of the editorial, but it remains at its original source, Vanity Fair (screencap). Apparently, HuffPost determined that this line had done its job, and it had nothing to lose by removing the line, after-the-fact.
This was HuffPost’s front page splash headline on November 12, 2016. No one knows who defaced this sign with this graffiti, if it was actually Nazis or racists, or whether it was one of the dozens and dozens of fake hate crimes that Hillary Clinton supporters perpetrated — which HuffPost knew, or had reason to know about, but consistently ignored. See examples beneath this screencap.
HuffPost: Are black people “the laziest people ever”?
This “news” story appeared on HuffPost’s front page on March 20, 2010. The headline linked to a McClatchey article, which proves that HuffPost maliciously decontextualized the headline, in two regards, in ways that could only result in the incitement of racial hatred:
- It wasn’t “conservatives” who were “piling on” this eleven year old black child. It was three conservative pundits.
- They were not attacking the child. They were, instead, criticizing Democrats in Congress for using him as a political prop, to help advance the Affordable Care Act, through claims that cannot be verified, even by state officials.
“They’re murdering our kids and getting away with it”
The Huff-Watch blog documented, in extensive detail the fact that HuffPost either knew, or should have known, that each of the above items it published were based on either lies, or grossly decontextualized data, and could only serve to help incite hatred of, and violence against police officers. Rather than being isolated incidents, these were only part of HuffPost’s ongoing, incendiary propaganda against police officers, disguised as “news” items, that See more detailed documentation of these incidents here and here.
Further, HuffPost has never published any of the scholarly reports, including one by a black Harvard economics professor, that demonstrate the reality is the exact opposite of its incendiary allegations; specifically that police officers are actually less likely to shoot a black suspect than a white one. Nor has HuffPost published a recent report that documents how the “news” media is playing a key role in inciting racial hatred in America, based on false allegations such as these.
Through these malicious acts and omissions, HuffPost is playing a huge role in helping to create the libelous cauldron of hatred that is leading to attacks on police officers.
Fake anti-black hate crimes, many of which HuffPost reported originally on its front page as legitimate — but then never published new headlines when it turned out they were hoaxes, or perpetrated by the alleged victims themselves
- March 2016, Skokie, IL: Northwestern University chapel is vandalized with painted swastikas, “Trump”; Soon after, two leftist Jewish students confessed to perpetrating the crime, based on video evidence.
- November 2016, San Francisco, CA: A Nazi swastika flag was discovered flying over home; Soon after, it was discovered to be owned by an anti-Trump activist.
- December 2016, Ormond Beach, FL: Woman finds pro-Trump, anti-black racist graffiti (KKK) and threats at her home, and her car on fire; Soon after, her (black) ex-boyfriend confessed to perpetrating the crimes.
- November 2016, South Philadelphia, PA: The day after the election, numerous homes, vehicles were vandalized with racist, pro-Trump graffiti; The next day, the perpetrator, a black man, is arrested and charged.
- February-March 2013, Oberlin, OH: During a one-month period, Oberlin College was the site of repeated anti-black, anti-Semitic and homophobic graffiti, including swastikas; A police investigation identified the perpetrators as leftist activists.
- August 2013, Jersey City, NJ: Black candidate for high school student council reported receiving racist text messages, threatening him to drop out of the race; Police determined he sent texts to himself.
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