BYU officials reviewed video and found no evidence to substantiate the allegation that a white person was yelling racist comments at Duke outside hitter Rachel Richardson during a volleyball match on Aug. 26.
“We reviewed all available video and audio recordings, including security footage and raw footage from all camera angles taken by BYUtv of the match, with broadcasting audio removed (to ensure that the noise from the stands could be heard more clearly),” the BYU release said.
Even though there was never any evidence to back up the nonsense that Richardson made up, that did not stop BYU from crucifying the individual, tarring them as a racist, and banning them for life from sporting events.
“We have not found any evidence that that individual engaged in such an activity,” the school’s statement said. “BYU sincerely apologizes to that fan for any hardship the ban has caused.”
Duke University refuses to admit the hate hoax and will continue supporting Richardson despite her false and malicious accusations against a white person.
“The 18 members of the Duke University volleyball team are exceptionally strong women who represent themselves, their families and Duke University with the utmost integrity,” King said. “We unequivocally stand with and champion them, especially when their character is called into question. Duke Athletics believes in respect, equality and inclusiveness, and we do not tolerate hate and bias.”
Even the cowardly cucked Republican Governor of Utah, Spencer Cox, pushed the hoax and was forced to recant publicly:
Big League Politics has reported on the prevalence of hate hoaxes as the Black Lives Matter revolution against common decency weaponizes diversity and breaks down the fabric of society:
“A brown-skinned woman has been charged with vandalism after being accused of carving “white pride” into the sidewalk outside of a business last week.
Mahagany Teague, a 41-year-old woman with brown skin and an unclear ethnicity, allegedly vandalized the sidewalk outside of the DC Fitness gym in Johnson City, Tenn. She was arrested on Tuesday and booked in Washington County Detention Center where she is being held on $1,000 bond.
Derrick Carson, the African-American owner of the gym, received a huge outpouring of support from the community after the incident occurred last week.
“It hit me in the heart more than anything,” he said when he talked to NBC WCYB 5 about the vandalism.
“I started to lose some of the anger and some of the hurt, and then it kind of went out the person like ‘what would have them out this early in the morning in the cold,’ to where they were disheveled enough to want to scribble in front of my door,” Carson added.
“I think the support from everybody else made him feel like ‘they’ve got my back, there’s no reason to let this get me down or let this to get any of my employees, members, trainers, none of us,’” said gym manager Kandra Scott following the ordeal.