HATE HOAX: University bans fan over alleged use of 'N-word' but police footage reveals it was all made up

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(Natural News) Another race-based hate hoax has collapsed. The woketards who run most of America’s institutions of higher learning are on hair triggers when it comes to taking out their wrath on anyone they can even remotely link to some form of racist incident — even if they don’t have a shred of evidence.

In recent days, Brigham Young University ejected a fan from a volleyball game after he was falsely accused of screaming a racial epithet — the ‘n-word’ — at an opposing player from Duke University, according to The Western Journal.

The BYU athletic department posted a statement to Twitter last week saying that officials had identified the fan who supposedly used the epithet, adding that the fan had subsequently been permanently banned from all of the university’s sporting events.

“When a student-athlete or a fan comes to a BYU sporting event, we expect that they will be treated with love and respect and feel safe on our campus,” the statement noted. “It is for this reason BYU has banned a fan who was identified by Duke during last night’s volleyball match from all BYU athletic venues.”

The university went on to say that the fan was not a student of the school but was nonetheless seated in the student section, the outlet reported further.

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— BYU Cougars (@BYUCougars) August 27, 2022

However, within days of the BYU statement, the Salt Lake City Tribune reported that things are not what they appeared to be. BYU Police Lt. George Besendorfer told the newspaper that he did not believe at all that the fan identified as having yelled the slur was guilty.

“When we watched the video, we did not observe that behavior from him,” Besendorfer told the paper.

The Western Journal added:

Duke sophomore Rachel Richardson said she “very distinctly” heard a “very strong and negative racial slur” while serving in the match on Friday, the Tribune reported.

While BYU did not directly dispute the allegation, the university said the fan identified by Duke as the offender appeared to be innocent.


“Various BYU Athletics employees have been reviewing video from BYUtv and other cameras in the facility that the volleyball team has access to for film review,” BYU Associate Athletic Director Jon McBride told the Salt Lake City Trib.

“This has been ongoing since right after the match on Friday night. The person who was banned was the person identified by Duke as using racial slurs. However, we have been unable to find any evidence of that person using slurs in the match,” McBride continued.

The entire accusation was another race-based hate hoax, in other words. Once again, People of Color are playing the victim and inventing false smears against themselves in order to try to play the race card.

The Western Journal explained further that this case of mistaken identity occurs far too many times in our leftist-driven hyper-sensitive culture:

This apparent mistake shows the danger of believing allegations on the surface without waiting for details to substantiate them. Sadly, this practice has become all too common in the United States.

Especially in the context of racism or hate crimes, many Americans are afraid of the backlash they will receive if they question allegations of racism made by a minority. As a result, they blindly believe the allegations are 100 percent true, often before taking the time to investigate them.

In other words, for certain ‘offenses,’ we are considered guilty by the left until proven innocent, which is 180 degrees opposite of our founding legal principle — the presumption of innocence until proven guilty.

Now, if someone did yell a racial slur at Richardson, then of course that person should be identified and held responsible. But that said, the university’s own review of the situation has not turned up any conclusive evidence on anyone who attended the volleyball game in question.

“If BYU had taken time to investigate the allegations before banning the fan, they could have saved both themselves and the fan from embarrassment. Instead, they decided to take action against the fan before the details were clear, and that action now appears to have been unjust,” The Western Journal noted.


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I now have an informant deep inside the CDC

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This is NOT my informant. W. Mark Felt died in 2008.

My email to nearly 300 CDC employees paid off. One of them responded on a secure channel and I can now ask questions and get answers.

Here are two things I learned:

  1. He believes that everyone at the CDC is drinking the Kool-Aid. In other words, as far as he knows, they all truly believe the vaccines are safe and effective, just like my blue-pilled friends. Even the top people. If there are any dissenters, they aren’t speaking up internally. How does this happen? It’s group-think. What happens to critical thinkers? They leave. I thought for sure people like Tom Shimabukuro and John Su knew what they were doing, but they are clueless. They are just like my academic doctor friends: they truly believe that vaccines are safe and I’m nuts. Wow. Just wow. I still don’t know (yet) how they can just brush off my point that they never point out the VAERS under-reporting factor during their presentations. However, it’s true they really believe there is no corruption and no need to protect whistleblowers. Check out this comment.

  2. My Substack is blocked at the CDC. It is considered “unsafe.”

You can’t make this stuff up. You really can’t.

A vaccine that has killed hundreds of thousands of Americans is “safe” and my Substack is “unsafe.” Wow.

My leaker can’t go public because she’d be attacked and marginalized by the press.

That Senator of course is Ron Johnson.

Based on what I’m seeing and in talking with other people, I think the best way to help him get re-elected is with the support of Democrats in Wisconsin.

So this is really important:

If you are reading this and you are a Democrat in Wisconsin, please register here if you are willing to help out.

And even if you aren’t a Democrat in Wisconsin, you can register here to register your skills. The more people registered, the better.

From what I know now, this may be the single best thing we can do.

I can always use additional sources inside the HHS agencies.

Use the Contact Me form and leave your protonmail account so I can talk to you anonymously without jeopardizing your identity.

The problem we face is getting any visibility in the mainstream press. I just got off the phone with former 60 Minutes journalist Lara Logan. She cannot get any of her former friends to cover the Israeli safety story because it is counter-narrative. I asked, “What reason do they give?” She said it is a variety of “excuses” like “too busy,” “not in my area,” etc. The issue is the reporters actually believe the vaccines are safe and effective so they don’t want to do anything that would create “vaccine hesitancy.”

I asked her, “So how do we crack this?”

She said it is very very difficult. If it were easy, it would have been done long ago.

For example, Andrew Wakefield had very damaging insider information from the CDC where the leaker was caught on tape, and it went nowhere.

Today is the last day to join Dr. Henry Ealy’s fight to get a Special Grand Jury to investigate Walensky, Becerra, and other individuals at these institutions. It takes about 15 seconds to sign the petition:

  1. Hundreds of doctors are leaving Kaiser in disgust about what is going on. If you are a Kaiser doctor and are willing to talk to me off the record, please use the Contact Me form.

  2. Also heard from a nurse that other nurses “disappear” for long periods… She thinks these nurses are vaccine injured.

  3. I heard that at Kaiser, they are now seeing new young patients with cancer at the rate of once a day. Before the vaccines, it was a few times a year.

  4. Pilots on Southwest are NOT required to be vaccinated. They are giddy over this. Two of the pilots talked with one of our VSRF members today about all the health issues they’ve heard about from pilots at other airlines.

Ford recalls electric version of iconic Mustang muscle car, citing manufacturing defect

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(Natural News) The Ford Motor Company announced a recall of the electric version of its Mustang muscle car, citing a manufacturing defect.

The Michigan-based car maker said it is recalling 1,175 units of its Mustang Mach-E model due to concerns that the rear-axle half shafts on the vehicle’s right side may have a manufacturing defect. This could mean the affected part could break easily, endangering drivers.

According to YourMechanic.com, broken axles pose an accident risk by making drivers lose control of their vehicles. Once an axle breaks completely, a vehicle will be unable to move. If in case the axle breaks while driving, a serious accident could occur.

The National Highway and Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) noted that if a car’s half-shaft breaks, the vehicle could actually roll away while it is parked. A broken half-shaft can also cause a car to lose power and if the part breaks while driving, it could cause a safety hazard – which is the other main reason for the recall.

As part of the recall, dealers will examine the Mach-E and replace the right-rear half shafts as required. Ford announced that there have been no reports yet from owners of troubles with the vehicle.

The recall covers Mach-E models made between July 18 and July 29 at the Cuautitlan assembly plant in Mexico.

Car and Driver reported that the standard price of the 2022 Mustang Mach-E model when it was introduced last year was $43,995. Initial shipments of the 2022 Mach-E came in February.

Mach-E hit with multiple recalls over the past year

Ford’s Mach-E had been hit with recalls before, according to cars.com.


In May, a recall was issued for the all-wheel drive version of Mach-E because its powertrain control module safety software was found ineffective in detecting software errors that could lead to unintentional acceleration or deceleration.

A 2021 recall was issued because the car’s windshields could detach. Another 2021 recall was issued because the front subframe bolts may not have been tightened properly during assembly.

Ford said these recalls are made as a preventive measure. There are currently no known injuries or deaths connected to the problem, but the various issues are a cause for worry. Ford has issued 50 recalls overall so far this year, which is the most by any manufacturer, per data from the NHTSA.

Toyota, General Motors announce recall of EVs

Toyota announced in June the recall of its bZ4X electric SUV. The company cautioned owners not to drive the car because the wheels may suddenly fall off.

The company has not yet found the problem. Last month, it offered to buy back the SUV from any owner who wants to be rid of a vehicle that cannot be driven. (Related: Toyota offers to buy back electric SUVs from customers following major glitch.)

General Motors also announced a recall of 4,465 Chevrolet Spark EVs produced between August 2012 and November 2015.

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TYRANNY ALERT: Biden’s ATF to force millions of gun owners to register arm brace pistols or face felony charges

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(Natural News) The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives is about to force millions of gun owners to register their pistol braces as short-barreled rifles, which will be regulated by the National Firearms Act.

This new rule negates the Bureau’s previous opinion letters, which said it was fine and legal for gun owners to install a pistol brace on their guns.

In other words, gun owners were not supposed to worry about politically motivated enforcement actions if they bought braces, which an estimated 4 million people did.

However, after President Joe Biden declared war on guns, the ATF is caving to pressure from the administration, and the new law will now have around 4 million law-abiding citizens pay a steep price, with their names needing to be entered into a national gun registration database.

For gun owners, this has little to do with reducing the skyrocketing violent crime rates — it is just another way for the Biden-Harris administration to attempt to control the use of guns.

AmmoLand’s Lee Williams noted that gun registration won’t impact criminals at all — it won’t even slow them down, because they will never register their braced pistols in the first place. However, it will put a damper on law-abiding gun owners as the current administration is bent on persecuting them, instead. (Related: Thumbs down on gun control, won’t stop shootings: Rasmussen.)

“This plan could turn millions of gun owners into felons overnight. There’s a word for a law or rule that instantly criminalizes the law-abiding – tyranny – and tyranny is what we’ve come to expect from the ATF,” Williams wrote.


Federal crackdown on untraceable firearms

In August, federal regulations also took effect on so-called ghost guns, and businesses that sell untraceable firearms rushed to offload their inventory.

The Biden administration’s new regulations are set to substantially curb the proliferation of ghost guns by requiring those who sell them to abide by the same rules and regulations as traditional gun sellers in the U.S.

These weapons, which are assembled from kits, did not carry serial numbers, which made them attractive to criminals and extremists, and anyone who doesn’t want to be tracked. Parts could be bought online or at a store as do-it-yourself kits, and their purchase did not require background checks — for those who are familiar, these guns can be assembled into working firearms within 30 minutes.

A spokesperson for the ATF said the new rule will “play a key role in preventing convicted felons, domestic abusers and other prohibited persons from acquiring these firearms.” It will also allow them to trace the guns when they are being used in crimes.

The new regulations also require manufacturers and dealers of ghost guns to be federally licensed: parts used to make the weapons will need serial numbers and purchasers must undergo background checks.

Days before the announcement, until after the law took effect, ghost gun dealers ramped up their efforts to offload inventory. Online dealer GhostGuns.com even had a live countdown banner on its home page to remind shoppers of the date the restrictions were to take effect.

The company also saw an uptick in sales for its ghost gun kits, when the rule was first announced in April. The website was able to sell out their ghost guns. They also admitted that their countdown was intended to “drive awareness and sales.”

Ghost guns have become more popular in recent years, as those reported to the ATF have increased tenfold since 2016. In 2021 alone, there were approximately 20,000 suspected ghost gun recoveries reported to the bureau.

In Washington, D.C., ghost gun maker and distributor Polymer80 was successfully sued by the district’s attorney general, Karl Racine.

The company was found to have violated city consumer protection laws by falsely claiming that ghost gun kits were legal to purchase in D.C., selling them to dozens of customers in the city, including through its website. The company was then ordered to pay over $4 million in penalties.

“These weapons are unlicensed, undetectable, and untraceable, and must be subject to regulation just like other guns,” Racine said in a statement.

Visit SecondAmendment.news to keep up with the government’s attempt at gun control.

Watch the video below for more information about how the new federal rule targets homemade firearms.

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Lithium supply not large enough to not meet ambitious global EV deadlines, mining CEO warns

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(Natural News) The Piedmont Lithium (PLL) CEO has issued a warning that domestic resources for lithium, the most critical mineral used in the production of electric vehicles (EV), will not suffice to meet the demanding EV deadline.

Keith Phillips of PLL, which is one of the few America-based lithium mining operations, recently told Yahoo Finance that there will be a “real crunch” to get enough lithium to meet worldwide EV targets.

“Yes, we’ll have enough, but not by that time,” Phillips said. “We do not have enough in the world to turn that much lithium production in the world by 2035.”

Lithium is an essential component of any EV battery and an average EV battery requires eight to 10 kilograms of the material found in lithium carbonate, the ore which is sought by miners.

The increasing demand for the metal has driven the price of lithium carbonate to almost double this year alone, and the International Energy Agency projects demand more growth — by at least 40 times in the next 20 years.

Moreover, President Joe Biden called for half of all new vehicles sold by 2030 to be electric, setting aside billions of dollars in the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) to this end. The IRA seeks to reduce carbon emissions by as much as 40 percent and incentivizes drivers to buy electric and fuel cell vehicles by providing up to $7,500 in tax credits. The full amount of the credit is only provided if the vehicle is manufactured in the United States.

The mining firm reportedly plans on opening a processing plant in Tennessee next year to support the country’s increasing demand by manufacturing 30,000 metric tons of lithium per year. However, that is said to be a small-time operation when compared with Australia,  Latin America and China, which conducted about 98 percent of the world’s lithium mining in 2020.


But even if these regions’ mining operations expand about 20 percent year over year, Phillips is still skeptical that the world’s EV goals will be achieved.

“The world has changed. We are now in an era where everyone’s going to want an electric car. The car companies can’t make them fast enough, and people are now looking for the lithium they need for the batteries to go in those electric cars,” he told the news outlet. “Energy security is a national issue.”

Major lithium miner in Chile is also having production setbacks

The Chinese EV giant BYD Co., which won a government contract to mine lithium in the Salar de Atacama earlier in the year, is also having production issues as indigenous residents took to the streets and demanded the tender be canceled over concerns about the impact on local water supplies. (Related: EU lawmakers pushing to classify lithium as hazardous substance, which could be a problem for EV market.)

Salar de Atacama, the largest salt flat in Chile and hailed as the Saudi Arabia of lithium, holds 55 percent of the world’s known deposits of the metal. But before BYD could even tap into the resource, the Chilean Supreme Court threw out the award, saying the government failed to consult with indigenous people first.

“They want to produce more lithium, but we are the ones who pay the price,” Lady Sandón, president of an Atacameño indigenous community, said.

The number of electric cars on roads by the end of 2021 was about 16.5 million, three times the number in 2018. Analysts now worry that South America could become a major bottleneck for growth in electric vehicles as the lithium supply needed for the batteries dwindles.

“All the major car makers are completely on board with electric vehicles now, but the lithium may just not be enough,” said Brian Jaskula, a lithium expert at the U.S. Geological Survey.

Chilean President Gabriel Boric’s leftist government plans to create a state lithium company. He denounced past privatizations of raw commodities. So a new constitution, if approved in a September referendum, would strengthen environmental rules and indigenous rights over mining.

“This is a strategic resource for the energy transition,” said Chile Mines Minister Marcela Hernando, who recently told their Congress that while the government did not have the expansive knowledge to mine lithium on its own, it would insist on the majority control of any joint venture with private firms.

Visit RoboCars.news for more news related to the shortage of lithium, the key component in EV batteries.

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Top German diplomat who laughed at Trump's “energy dependence” comments in 2018 now silent

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(Natural News) Germany’s top diplomat expressed ridicule and disdain toward former U.S. President Donald Trump’s “energy dependence” comments at the 2018 United Nations (UN) General Assembly. Four years later and with Trump’s remarks becoming reality, the diplomat is now refusing to comment.

The real estate mogul-turned-president issued a warning back in September 2018 about Germany becoming overly dependent on Russian energy. “Reliance on a single foreign supplier can leave a nation vulnerable to extortion and intimidation,” he said.

Former German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas was part of the country’s UN delegation that time, serving under former Chancellor Angela Merkel. He was described as laughing and “shaking his head in disbelief” as Trump was delivering his speech before the assembly.

During his turn to speak, Maas did not explicitly address the U.S. president’s comments. However, he took jabs at Trump’s remarks by denouncing climate action “based solely on nationalism, with the objective of ‘putting my country first.’”

The top German diplomat later told reporters: “Germany is not dependent on Russia, especially not on energy issues.” (Related: Flashback: CBS News mocked Trump for warning of German reliance on Russian gas.)

Maas also denounced Trump’s comment about the construction of the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline to Germany, saying that it “does not correspond to reality.”

While Berlin maintained that the project was strictly commercial, Washington expressed worry that Russia could utilize the NS2 pipeline to put geopolitical pressure on Europe.


Maas left the German Federal Foreign Office in 2021. He later joined the Bundestag, Germany’s parliament, as a lawmaker under Merkel’s Social Democratic Party (SDP). The SDP legislator paid no mind to Trump’s remarks – until the onset of the Russia-Ukraine War.

Germany was among the Western nations to impose sanctions against Russia for invading its smaller eastern neighbor in February 2022. In response, Moscow decided to hit the Western European giant where it hurts – through the already extant Nord Stream 1 (NS1) gas pipeline.

Energy crisis cripples Germany

Russian state-owned gas company Gazprom tightened the screws on Germany by progressively reducing the flow of gas through NS1. It then cut off gas flow altogether and announced that resumption of natural gas flow could be delayed due to “technical issues.”

Worse, Gazprom declared force majeure on gas supplies to at least one major customer in the European Union. The declaration, which had retroactively began on June 14, applied to Germany’s gas supply via NS1. Gazprom’s declaration, which came in the form of a letter, said the company could not fulfill its supply obligations due to “extraordinary” circumstances outside its control.

As a result, several companies in Germany were forced to suspend operations. Berlin also imposed energy rationing measures, with officials calling on Germans to exercise prudence with their electric consumption.

Uniper, Germany’s largest gas importer, also called on Berlin for financial aid. The German company had been procuring gas supply from Gazprom, but the cessation of gas flows from NS1 forced Uniper to operate at a loss.

“What we see on the wholesale market is 20 times the price that we have seen two years ago,” said Uniper CEO Klaus-Dieter Maubach, referencing the massive price spikes of natural gas that followed NS1 suspending its operations.

The events in Germany, coupled with footage of Maas reacting to Trump’s 2018 comments, prompted the Epoch Times to request a comment from the German lawmaker. However, a spokesperson for Maas said the legislator “will not comment on foreign policy issues.”

Collapse.news has more about Germany’s collapse brought about by the energy crisis, which Trump predicted.

Watch Maas react to Trump’s speech against Germany’s energy dependence on Russia below.

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