Mansfield Democrat Spreads Biggest Hate Hoax Ever, Blood Libels the Mormons & has History of Anti-White Tweets
They’ll probably run her for President.
A Tarrant County Criminal Court Judge candidate (Democrat) claimed her goddaughter was called the N word over and over during a televised college volleyball match in Provo, Utah in August.
Lesa Pamplin of Mansfield issued a statement on the matter, seeming to make ending the N word at volleyball games a new plank in her campaign.
The Provo-based BYU Cougar Chronicle not only investigated Pamplin’s claims of her goddaughter’s attack at the spontaneous neo-nazi rally during the volleyball game, but the conservative student’s website also grabbed screenshots of the Democrat Candidate’s unhinged anti-white grievances. This is very convenient, because the Pamplin’s Twitter is now locked.
An alleged racist incident occurred during a BYU Women’s Volleyball game on Friday, August 26, 2022. In a public statement given on Sunday, African-American Duke Volleyball player Rachel Richardson claimed, “[I] was targeted and racially heckled throughout the entirety of the match. The slurs and comments grew into threats… Both officials and BYU coaching staff were made aware of the incident during the game, but failed to take the necessary steps… they also failed to adequately address the situation after the game.”
Her story has spread across the nation, appearing in The New York Times, NPR, CNN, and The Hill, among others. BYU athletics appeared to agree with Richardson’s claim of racist slurs in an official statement posted on Twitter indicating that they had “banned a fan who was identified by Duke during last night’s volleyball match from all BYU athletic venues."
The Cougar Chronicle was contacted yesterday by a source inside the BYU athletic department who told a different story. They have asked for their name to be kept private to avoid discipline from BYU athletics. They will be referred to as Connor. Connor explained:
“Ms. Richardson complained of hearing a racial slur during the second set but did not point anyone out. Officials discussed briefly and stationed policemen there… there were no more complaints until after the match.”
The whole thing was on video, and so they looked at the video and asked every student in the section where the Klansman was allegedly sitting, and they couldn’t find anybody to corroborate this story.
Then there is the fact the entire thing is on video.
I’m not saying it’s a hoax, but it’s now been alleged that someone was screaming the N word in front of thousands of people, the whole scene on video, and there is apparently zero evidence. There were thousands of articles written about this alleged incident, and just a few pointing out there is no proof.
Outkick is reporting a police statement that police removed a guy who “appeared to have ‘Asperger’s or autism,” while the Cougar Chronicle’s deepthroat informant says they removed a “mentally challenged” guy for something unrelated to yelling the N word at the top of his lungs, repeatedly and endlessly. The source claims the school banned someone based on nothing, purely to virtue signal.
Another relation, Rachel’s godmother Lesa Pamplin, drew attention to the story before Richardson’s statement by Tweeting “While playing yesterday [my Goddaughter] was called a n***** every time she served. She was threatened by a white male that told her to watch her back going to the team bus.” According to her Twitter account, Pamplin is an attorney and a current candidate for a Fort Worth judicial election. Pamplin even claimed credit for making the story national news in an official campaign statement on the incident. “We should be even more outraged that it took a Tweet from me, in Tarrant County Texas, to bring this incident to light” she stated. As indicated in the statement, Pamplin was also not at the game.
Another F’ing white male.
She has some really funny tweets. For some reason, they are all super low quality screenshots. Again, her twitter is locked so ‘many people are saying” these are her alleged tweets.
She allegedly tweeted about how white people are crackers a bunch of time. It’s just very funny.
I’m told I’m supposed to care about racism, that this is such a great evil. Then I’m told I can only care about very specific instances of racism, the ones the media says are important.
It all gets very confusing, and then eventually the definition of racism is simply changed. But it’s not like a notice is sent out about this new politically correct definition. And so most people just continue to operate under the classic definition.
Eventually, nobody even understands what is going on.
What do you think? Should crackers have equal rights to levy racial grievances? Should the ban on the N word be lifted?
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This is a classic sore loser tactic that, for me, goes back many years. Let me tell you where I'm going with this...
The first time I saw the accusation, I checked the score of the match and, sure enough, Duke lost.
This is not the first time a black athlete on a losing team has accused someone from the other side of using the "forbidden word" in a high-profile loss. Coincidentally, a similar situation occurred several years ago between another North Carolina and Utah university. In 1998, Utah upset the top-seeded University of North Carolina in the NCAA basketball tournament. After the game, one of the UNC players, Makhtar Ndiaye, accused a Utah player of calling him the N word during some pretty heated trash talking during the game. Utah's coach denied it and even pledged to resign if the claim turned out to be true.
Ndiaye later confessed to UNC's coach that it was indeed a lie.
UNC's athletic director was pretty outraged and went on the record saying so, as well as issuing multiple apologies to the Utah staff and administration. Ndiaye also issued his own apology. When will you ever see that type of reaction now? These days, this type of stuff will be swept under the rug never to be seen again. Will we see a similar apology from Duke, the player, or Lesa Pamplin?:
And, yes, crackers should have equal rights to levy racial grievances.