DENNIS PRAGER (HOST): There's another race hoax out there. I wrote an article in my column a year ago on the race hoax industry that seems to exist in the country, especially at various schools. Was this at a school? Yes, in East Sacramento, in California. This is from the Sacramento Bee, which is itself a leftist paper.
But the piece is clear. It's a hoax. I mean, it's Black kids put up anti-Black slogans. I wrote a piece about a year ago, as I told you, and in which I said it -- from what I read and I read extensively, if you find a racist -- if you find racist graffiti or, if you will, a racist graffito at a university -- oh, let's say on a Black students dorm door, or if you find a noose or an expletive against Blacks, the odds are Blacks or some white leftist did it. So, of course, it was attacked by the left because they attack truth because truth is not a left wing value. So, they didn't ask, is what Prager wrote true? They just attacked me for writing it. Did they offer any refutation? Absolutely not.
So, I said then and I say now, if there's racist graffiti at a college or at a high school, I assume -- of course I may be wrong -- I just assume, based on the odds, that it was Black kids that did it. And why are there so many race hoaxes? I documented, I think, a dozen -- but there are like there are dozens, I suspect, because there's so little overt racism in the United States, you have to make it up. As I always point out, Jews didn't make anti-Semitic hoaxes in Germany in the 1930s because there was too much real Anti-Semitism. You didn't need a hoax. The hoax industry proves how little racism there really is in America.