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Fake hate crime: Student admits to Nazi graffiti after Trump supporters got blamed


College student was arrested for hoaxing a hate crime. (Nassau)

Liberal college students who were devastated by the presidential election results have been spending time crying, working on making a rebound in the midterm elections, and faking hate crimes.

Jasskirat Saini, a 20-year old student from Nassau Community College, has been arraigned on 12 counts of aggravated harassment for drawing more than 100 swastikas, KKK symbols, and the words “Heil Hitler” on campus since early October. However, events escalated since Donald Trump was elected president, reported News 12 Long Island.

Police stated that he used a black permanent marker to draw the anti-Semitic symbols in a school with a large Jewish population.

Many people assumed that a Trump supporter was behind the series of hate crimes.

“I think we have to connect the dots here. There are dangerous winds of hate, which are blowing across America. Whether it’s under the guise of alt-right or nationalism or Brexit, or whatever you call it, things are happening that are inciting the passions of those people in this country,” said Robert Solomon, chairman of the Jewish Community Relations Council of Long Island to The Long Island Press on December 9.

As has been the case time and again, the incidents of hate were either entirely hoaxed or committed by liberals.

While it’s unclear whether or not if Saini voted for Hillary Clinton or Bernie Sanders, he clearly is not a white supremacist Trump supporter.

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