INDIAN JUSSIE SMOLLETT: Twitter Users Mock ‘Obvious’ Hate Hoax Due to Broken English in ‘Fake’ Letter
It’s not as easy these days for left-wing activists to get away with their hate hoaxes, which are in effect blood libels against white Americans.
Opportunist Shehan Jeyarajah, who is a sportswriter for TexasFootball.com, posted a picture on social media Tuesday that may earn him the moniker of Indian Jussie Smollett.
Jeyarajah claimed that an Indian-American family received the following letter presumably from a racist in the community:
An Indian American family in Irving received this in their mailbox today. pic.twitter.com/JrHH2dQNKn
— Shehan Jeyarajah (@ShehanJeyarajah) August 31, 2020
“There’s a reason it happened here, in Irving. 75038 is the most diverse zip code in the US. You can find Himalayan food next to African markets next to Bahai’i centers,” Jeyarajah wrote in a follow-up tweet.
“Irving represents so much that’s right with America. It’s no surprise our greatness scares small-minded people,” he added.
Twitter users were not buying the story, pointing out that the broken English in the letter is similar to the typical speech patterns of Indian and South Asian immigrants.
Correction: an Indian family living in Irving mailed this letter to themselves today….lol imagine the smell of that letter
— Classic Age Vitalist (@CVitalist) September 2, 2020
read it, this is clearly written by an indian. jussie smollet jr over here
— ghealach ???????????? (@moonmagnets) September 2, 2020
This is 100% fake. It reads like it was written by that Nigerian prince who keeps emailing me.
— Red In America ???????? (@RedInAmerica) September 1, 2020
lmao it's even written in Hindlish
>return back to your country
>without further delay
— Caudillo of Realville 君子手势 ????️ (@NoblemanGesture) September 2, 2020
Jeyarajah’s other Twitter posts show him to be a left-wing activist and social justice warrior. He has the typical pedigree of those who perpetrate hate hoaxes to demonize white people and propagandize for multiculturalism.
“I just want to raise awareness. I want people to wake up and see this isn’t a joke.”
I spoke to people around #txhsfb to learn why players are starting to stand up and speak out on racial injustice.
— Shehan Jeyarajah (@ShehanJeyarajah) September 2, 2020
Aug. 26 will go in the history books. https://t.co/dGZvOZxtBZ
— Shehan Jeyarajah (@ShehanJeyarajah) August 26, 2020
Big League Politics has reported on how hate hoaxes have exploded in the realm of sports, with NASCAR affirmative-action racer Bubba Wallace getting caught in June faking a noose incident in his garage:
Another hate hoax has unraveled after an FBI investigation has determined that nobody ever placed a noose in NASCAR driver Bubba Wallace’s garage stall at Sunday’s race in Talladega, Ala.
The FBI released a statement today regarding their investigation into the incident:
“On Monday, fifteen FBI special agents conducted numerous interviews regarding the situation at Talladega Superspeedway. After a thorough review of the facts and evidence surrounding this event, we have concluded that no federal crime was committed.
The FBI learned that garage number 4, where the noose was found, was assigned to Bubba Wallace last week. The investigation also revealed evidence, including authentic video confirmed by NASCAR, that the noose found in garage number 4 was in that garage as early as October 2019. Although the noose is now known to have been in garage number 4 in 2019, nobody could have known Mr. Wallace would be assigned to garage number 4 last week.
The decision not to pursue federal charges is proper after reviewing all available facts and all applicable federal laws. We offer our thanks to NASCAR, Mr. Wallace, and everyone who cooperated with this investigation.”
In addition, Wood Brothers Racing released a statement noting that the so-called noose was just a garage pull-down rope the entire time…
Although FBI resources were squandered on the case, social media figured out the hoax long before the federal investigation was concluded.
Perhaps TexasFootball.com could use some notice about Jeyarajah likely perpetrating a hate hoax to divide Americans and demonize white people. One of their representatives can be reached at this email address: [email protected]. Jeyarajah is another example of diversity in action.