The student who wrote racist graffiti at a high school in Missouri last week is reportedly “non-white.”
Graffiti reading “White Lives Matter” and containing a racial slur was found written on a bathroom mirror at Parkway Central High School.
In a Tuesday report from Fox2, the school district said that the student who wrote it was “non-white” but did not give a name.
Despite the revelation that the graffiti was not in fact written by a white person, the school district argued that fact “does not diminish the hurt it caused or the negative impact it has had on our community.”
Since Donald Trump’s election win last year, a number of hate crimes reported in the establishment media have turned out to be hoaxes. (RELATED: Here Are The Top 5 Hate Crime Hoaxes Since Trump Got Elected)
A famous case occurred at the Air Force Academy earlier this month when it was was announced a black cadet candidate wrote racist messages on a whiteboard himself. (RELATED: HATE HOAX: Air Force Academy Cadet Candidate Wrote Fake Racist Messages Himself)