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White power symbol found near fire at Tennessee social justice center

White power symbol found near fire at Tennessee social justice center

Representatives for a social justice center in Tennessee said Tuesday that a white-power symbol was spray-painted near the site of a fire that destroyed a building there. The fire at the Highlander Research and Education Center, that trained Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. and other civil rights leaders, happened early Friday morning, incinerating decades of archives in the center’s main office.

Charles Weaver
Charles Weaver 1 year

I want to know what the symbol was rather than just a claim of a white power symbol. People try to claim th "OK" symbol represents white power and it doesn't. Seems fishy to me to have such a generic nondescript story with no pictures of the alleged graffiti.

ZK AY 1 year

I call bull crap! There's been way too many of these hoaxes.

J. S. Dietrich
J. S. Dietrich 1 year

Hmm, interesting. I wonder if this is the real deal this time.

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Is this another “Jussie joke”? I’m calling bullshît! I really think the majority of Americans are inclined to immediately dismiss any claims of “hate crimes” taking place these days when practically every single one of them are hoaxes. It’s bizarre how today’s victimhood culture has to invent acts of hate when there’s no extremity naturally taking place to fit heir narrative.

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- Minus - 1 year

tic tic toe is now a well known symbol of white supremacy? lmao

CharlieMike 1 year

"Tic tac toe board"? You mean a pound sign? A hashtag? What the hell? Ok signs, PB&Js, tic tac toe boards. These white supremacist groups are out of control!!!

Ben B.
Ben B. 1 year

i'd like to see this so-called "white power" symbol, because this sounds like another phony hit job

ProbablyFailing 1 year

The tragic truth of the matter is that the Jussie Smolletts in this country have perpetrated so many hoaxes, initial skepticism is normal and appropriate. Real victims will find justice exceedingly difficult to achieve, especially in the court of public opinion.

Christopher Harbutt
Christopher Harbutt 1 year

Chelsea Fuller, acting spokeswoman for Highlander, said in an email that the symbol “looks like a tic-tac-toe board” and was painted in the parking lot near the office. “It’s connected to a well-known white power movement, but they’re not releasing the name at this time,” Fuller wrote. Another article says it looked like a hash. Why can’t they release that information?

TakeThePill 1 year

I won't believe it until it's fucking proven. Every major "hate crime" in the news in the past couple years has been directly perpetrated by the "victim."

CommanderVaasDC 1 year

hilariously convenient, social justice center, I'll give it 48 hours till its a hoax.

beanie weaine
beanie weaine 1 year

I want to know what documents they need to burn a whole building down to get rid of

Tin Ego
Tin Ego 1 year

And a white guy in a cloak and top hat twiddling his moustache and sporting a silver topped cane was seen leaving the area with a sniggering dog answering to the name of Muttley.

Canadian Jake
Canadian Jake 1 year

Tic tac toe is now a white supremacist symbol? Why is this fake news on here?

Mister Manager
Mister Manager 1 year

"Jussie Smollett, where were you on the night of..."

Max 1 year

"For fucks sake Shelissa you left the oven on, now my entire safe space is burning down! Quick, we gotta spray a tic tac toe board on a wall and blame it on white nationalists!"

Michael Tatom
Michael Tatom 1 year

Was Jussie seen in the area?

CommanderVaasDC 1 year

its connected to a well know white power group..... but... we ain't telling.

Petri Fide
Petri Fide 1 year

So a hashtag is a white power symbol? What are the chances it's a random road marking, as I remember a similar incident when Sarah Silverman mistook a surveyor’s mark for a swastika and it was all over the news.

Ognar 1 year

The leftist media has been steadily promoting violence against the right ( ) while promoting hoaxes as a justification.

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