Can We Please Call the Broadway Musical Version, Le Mizz?

by Steve MacDonald


We’ve endured years of hoax rapes and hoax hate crimes – where the offended was more-often than not the perp–and now hoax racism at the University of Missouri (Mizzou) where there was no evidence of racism (at least this swastika hoax was actually witnessed) just a flyer talking about  someone having witnessed the hate, though no actual witness can be found.


Something stinks at the University of Missouri. A reported incident of vandalism at Mizzou sparked university-wide protests, a boycott by the school’s 4-5 football team, and eventually the resignation of the university’s president and chancellor.

There’s only one problem: no evidence of the alleged incident, in which a poop swastika on the wall of a dormitory restroom was reported, has ever been made publicly available. Did this incident occur as reported, or was it an immaculate defecation that formed the foundation of an unimaginable deception?

Can we call the Broadway Musical Version of this Le Mizz? It’s all performance art at this point right, and it is getting more difficult to weed out from reality, making it the new reality.

That’s where we are.  This snowflake, safe-space, PC, college culture crap has gotten so stupid (micro-aggression) and so out of hand, that universities should be required to put parental warnings on their admissions applications.

And if you are thinking that this is not a hoax why are there no pictures. A college student ‘discovered’ a poop-smear swastika and didn’t take a picture? No one they told took a picture. Whoever had to clean it up didn’t take a picture? The university doesn’t have one, nor, apparently, do the police who investigated the incident, not that they are sharing at least.

More from the Federalist.

Did the incident happen as reported, or did two university administrators resign over protests that were sparked by a hoax? And if the incident did happen as reported, a proposition for which no publicly available evidence currently exists, how did university administrators and law enforcement authorities confirm that the vandalism was driven by racial animosity, as opposed to being promulgated as a public relations stunt meant to tar the university for failing to provide an environment free of racist invective?

Smells like a hoax, and a crappy one at that.

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