Officials at North Park University say a student by the name of Taylor Volk is no longer enrolled there after an investigation determined her alleged receipt of Trump-inspired hate messages to be a total fabrication.
Last week, Volk – an open bisexual – spoke with NBC 5 in Chicago and claimed she had discovered a homophobic message taped to her door along with “#Trump.”
Following that message, Volk said she received several more via email that echoed similar sentiments.
“This is a countrywide epidemic all of a sudden,” she told reporters. “I just want them to stop.”
She went on to say that she was “confident” North Park University officials were looking into the matter.
Oh, they were looking into it, alright.
Within a few days, administrators at NPU determined Volk’s case was about as legitimate as Hillary Clinton winning the popular vote. Yeah, it’s a nice story for liberals but it falls apart under even the slightest of scrutiny.
Since being outed as a fraud, Taylor Volk has reportedly refused to follow up with NBC 5 Chicago.
She also appears to have removed Facebook posts containing photos of the hateful messages she ‘received.’
One photo can still be seen on the profile of another NPU student.
Volk reportedly “bravely” shared her story in a Facebook group Laura Smith was a part of. In a comment on the above post, Smith said students and staff alike subsequently reached out to comfort Volk.
Ironically, Smith also shared this little message in reply to a comment expressing a desire for the perp behind the emails to be caught soon.
There seems to be a connection between being a lesbian (or bi or trans if one is female, originally) and hoazing hate crimes.
In the link is an hour lecture, with slideshow, on this topic.
Milo makes some points about the hoax hate crimes of Dayna Morales, Julie Baker, Aimee Whitchurch, Christel Conklin, Alexandra Pennell, Kerri Dunn, Azalea Cooley and Sarah Kaspereit.
Money, as in GoFundMe and other gifting sites, has been tied in.
More faked hate crimes they keep this up and soon no one will trust them and their wild stories