Law & Order: Hoax Crimes Unit

Hoax Crimes Unit

Guess what everybody.  Hoax Crimes aren’t just the hobby of random, anonymous college coeds looking for an excuse for staying out past curfew anymore.

They’ve gone Hollywood!

No, I don’t mean they’ve added Hoax Crimes to the line-up of various Law & Order programs.

I mean now Hollywood actors are getting in on the Hoax Crimes scam.

Some actor with a funny name (whom I never heard of until yesterday) claims that he was the victim of a hate crime in Chicago.

This hate crime starred mask-wearing Trump supporters who threw “an unknown substance” on him and tied a rope around his neck while delivering the made-for-TV line, “This is MAGA country!”

Because when I hear “Chicago,” I think “MAGA Country!”

The actor then went to his apartment. Forty minutes later, his manager called the cops.

When Chicago police arrived at his home, the dude still had the rope around his neck.

Maybe it’s me, but I’d take the rope off before I called my manager.

Then again, that might have been a blooper and will show up in the gag reel for DVD release of this season’s Law & Order: Hoax Crimes Unit.

Naturally, TMZ tripped all over itself to report this Trump-Related Hoax Crime.

And, faster than you can say “Covington Catholic,” the story spread like syphilis all over social media.

All the folks who stupidly fell for the “Smirking MAGA-hat-wearing taunter” story immediately went into breathless hysterics over the “This is MAGA Country” Hoax Crime story.

Like Ana Navarro (who, by the way, still hasn’t retracted her tweets about the Covington kids).

I can’t believe it either, Ana. That’s kinda the problem.

In spite of TMZ’s ridiculous claim, Chicago Police say the “this is MAGA country” thing didn’t happen.

But no matter.  We have a President to destroy!

In fact, despite the lurid attention to detail from this actor with a funny name, Chicago police can’t find a thing to support the his claims.

They’ve combed through hundreds of hours of surveillance footage and can’t find hide nor hair of these MAGA super villains.

I’m guessing one of them is named Kaiser Soze.

On its face, the whole story defies logic.

All these idiots have to do is not be insane.

But they just can’t help it.

Since Donald Trump was elected President, the number of Hoax Crimes has been through the roof.

And still, the mindless chuds and professional Outrage Merchants on social media fall for them every single time.

I’ll be honest. The second – and I mean the second – I found out about the latest in this never-ending string of Hoax Crimes, I knew it was a hoax.

Part of that is the news media has lost all credibility with me.

But in this particular instance, it’s because this actor’s entire story sounds like a plot so ham-handed and over-the-top, even the agenda-driven writers from Law & Order Special Victims Unit wouldn’t touch it with a ten-foot pole.

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6 thoughts on “Law & Order: Hoax Crimes Unit

  • January 30, 2019 at 6:11 pm

    “One of them is named Kaiser Soze” ….
    too funny D

  • January 30, 2019 at 7:32 pm

    The MSM and Hollywierdos are like a horney lil Schnauzers. They will hump any leg they can find.

    • January 31, 2019 at 1:50 pm

      G.W. Long, you are not, by chance, living in Skipperville, Alabama, are you? Neighbor in Abbeville

  • January 30, 2019 at 7:48 pm

    I just saw a feed that said the Chi Pols have identified two persons of interest, really? I used to live there, no one who had one eye and half sense would have been out that night in that area in that weather,,,give me a break

  • January 31, 2019 at 4:09 am

    I made a reference yesterday on Facebook to this unfounded sham as a “vicious hoax”, as are almost all stunts of this kind.The nosepicking basement Nazis deemed that phrase as hate speech and have thrown me in FB jail for a while. I’m guessing if I’d have trashed the president it would have been perfectly acceptable.You,Curmudgeon and Earl are far more informative and entertaining anyway. Screw them.

  • January 31, 2019 at 9:16 am

    Julie Kelly for the win because it is already happening.

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