Political science expert debunks Liberal myth: Hate crime hoaxes more prevalent than previously thought

(Natural News) As it turns out, hate crime hoaxes are more prevalent than one might think. This is according to Wilfred Reilly, an assistant professor of political science at Kentucky State University, who, after compiling a database of hate crime allegations, found that less than a third were actually genuine. Reilly first compiled 346 hate...
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