More Fake MAGA Hate – Georgia Business Owner Busted Creating Fake Hate Crime…

Ex-NFL football player Edawn Coughman, 31 of Buford Georgia owns several pizza and ice-cream restaurants.  When police responded to a 911 call about a suspicious person and break-in they discovered Mr. Coughman had just staged a burglary and vandalism of his own business, including the spray painting of “Monkey”, “MAGA” and Swastikas on the walls.

GEORGIA – […]  “It’s possible he was trying to stage this as a hate crime,” Pihera said. “We don’t know if he was trying to get attention for this. What we do know is, if that witness had not called us and if those officers had not responded as quickly as they did, we would probably be sitting here talking about a completely different crime in which Mr. Coughman would be trying to say he’s a victim.”

[…]  Coughman was arrested and taken to Gwinnett County Jail, charged with false report of a crime, insurance fraud and concealing a license plate. He has since bonded out. Pihera said there is a possibility additional charges will be filed. (read more)

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142 Responses to More Fake MAGA Hate – Georgia Business Owner Busted Creating Fake Hate Crime…

  1. calbear84 says:

    No Trump supporter would ever stoop so low. I hope this jerk gets the full weight of the law thrown at him.

    Liked by 29 people

  2. Amy says:

    This is ridiculous.
    Should we be surprised ?
    All of the Trump and MAGA “hate” crimes are hoaxes.
    Good job Gwinnett County.
    Now let’s see if they talk about this on Good Morning America.

    Liked by 24 people

    • Bill_M says:

      Since it’s already been shown to be fake, it will never see the light of day or of Good Morning America. Doesn’t fit the meme of Orange Man Bad.

      Liked by 2 people

      • decisiontime16 says:

        Or the dirty brush they have painted millions of Trump supporters with.

        It’s all hoaxes and lies from our federal gov’t, democrats in Congress, on down to low life like this jerk.

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  3. Carrie says:

    I was at least pleased that the Daily Mail did a reasonable job of covering this fake crime. But, naturally, they are moderating the heck out of the comments…

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7462265/Police-Georgia-man-faked-racially-motivated-burglary.html

    Liked by 6 people

  4. Amy says:

    This idiot was caught with the tv’s and spray paint in his own truck.
    Insufferable idiot.
    He should be charged with a hate crime because this was designed to get people to hate a group of people.
    must have consulted Jussie Smollett.

    Liked by 20 people

    • While I totally disagree with the premise of charging people with “hate crimes”, as it’s dangerous to do so and “thought” crimes are “next” and apparently it’s only the raciss whitey that’s eligible for the charge, since they are doing so then you are exactly right, this damn well should qualify as a “hate crime”.

      They’ve learned the false flag sh!t well. In fact, they have probably been taught it.

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      • skipper1961 says:

        TheHumanCondition,
        While emotionally I can relate to your (and others’) comment, not only would I “settle” for equal application of the law, I thought that was what it is all about. I think the whole “hate crime” industry is a canard. Why can’t common sense prevail?
        I’m sure President Trump will (or already has) asked (by word, or deeds) the ethnic communities to use their own God given intelligence to be real about him and his supporters.This election will be the most civically consequential event in some of our lives.
        I sure am glad Mr. Trump is our Champion in 2020! May his coattails propel enough Constitutional Republicans to office, that the brakes will FINALLY be unlocked on the Trump/America Train!!
        KAG 2020!

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        • No justice, no equal application of the law! Everything “justice” is upside down… two tiers, or three? Protected persons- “of color”?

          Yes, release the brakes BIGLY, and full steam ahead.

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          • The Third Man says:

            “of color” ?
            The N-word is acceptable when widely and proudly spoken/shouted by angry “people of color.” The NAACP contains “colored people” in it’s name but I don’t think we are supposed to use that.
            The term “African-American” has has little or no basis in reality nor does the term “black”. The correct technical term “Negroid” is not in use but “white” and “caucasian” are.
            May I ask WTF ?
            No wonder Michael Jackson spent millions of $$$ in a futile and eventually deadly effort to be white or was it Caucasian ? 😎

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    • littleanniefannie says:

      One more reason the term “racist” has lost all meaning. The so-called “victims” are the ones perpetrating the racist acts. Kudos to the witness and to the police for saving us from another Al Sharp-tongue march yelling “no just-us, no piece”! Or Jesse going to Georgia where he could take a side trip to Atlanta to extort a little more money from coke (or maybe that is while on coke)!
      The only way to stop this behavior is through the courts. Max charges and max sentences. Of course, I’m sure he will have some brain damage from football or his mommy abused him as a child.

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  5. Sentient says:

    Juicy Smoliere’.

    Liked by 9 people

  6. Amy says:

    Sorry to keep commenting so much. This boils my blood.
    Sundance,
    Have you by chance started a tag or category for fake trump hoaxes? I know that this is not a website designed to document fake hate crimes otherwise you need five servers, but this is getting ridiculous.

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    • littleanniefannie says:

      And another Kavanaugh “witness” has magically appeared. They need to charge all of these false accusers. Have you noticed the Dems at the “drebates” said no one should be incarcerated if they were found guilty of committing a non-violent crime. Such as PERPETRATING A HOAX or LYING TO LAW ENFORCEMENT OR IN TESTIMONY? Already covering for Democrats!!

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  7. sunnydaze says:

    Dang. Way to shoot yourself in the foot.

    What a dummy.

    Liked by 2 people

  8. evergreen says:

    Irrational hate of Trump. They don’t even know why they do it. Everyone either loved or just looked past the bombastic billionaire Trump before he announced his candidacy. After that, people learned to hate him. It didn’t arise naturally. It was taught.

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  9. tuskyou says:

    Long way from Chicago. Buford Georgia is MAGA country too?

    Liked by 3 people

    • barnabusduke says:

      That was right up the road from me. Lots of MAGA in this area for now. However, the city of Lawrenceville (next door to Buford) has changed from a small Mayberry type town, to bulldozers running rampant so as to clear for condo’s and amphitheater and such, due to Hollywood discovery for filming movies, Gwinnett County and especially the city of Grayson and Lawrenceville are inundated with new citizens from New York and Illinois due to advertising in media in those areas. (Gwinnett’s Best Kept Secret) and such. Kind of like the influx of Californians to Texas, who tend to bring the the same Democrat voting mind, packed in the same suitcase, they use to flee from the problems brought on by the Democrats they are running from. I’m slowly working on my OWN escape plan!

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      • tuskyou says:

        I need an escape plan from Illinois. I’ll avoid Grayson and Lawrenceville – thanks for the tip. You are so right about dem voters fleeing from self induced problems. They’ll never see it though. These are the same people who benefit from Trump policies but will never realize it.

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        • barnabusduke says:

          Tusk, lots of good fertile living areas among us Georgians, generally outside 80 mile radius of Atlanta (presently). We do talk funny (always “fixin’ to do something”), and always have a story to tell. But when we meet and make a new friend, we also found new family. As long as you can handle that part of how we roll, come on down and “set a spell” 😉

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          • tuskyou says:

            We drove thru Georgia today on our way to Hilton Head {made the trip many times). It’s a shame Chicago and the collar counties have so much control over the state. Sounds like ATL and the surrounding area is similar. Good on you for advocating for your state! I could never suggest moving to Illinois. It will be interesting to see how this fake hate crime plays out with the different setting. I’ll stay tumed. Hope he’s punished to the fullest extent and then some.

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            • Clarissa says:

              It’s true in practically any state you can name. Blue cities surrounded by deep-red country. The fate of the state hangs upon the balance of power between the two. Thus: Illinois is screwed (Chicago is huge) whereas Indiana just has to put up with a loudmouth idiot mayor running for President (fortunately without the power to wreck the state’s finances)…

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              • tuskyou says:

                My husband and I talk about leaving the state eventually (elderly family part of the equation). We talk about Illinois and a few other states being Made Great Again last and how fun it will be to tell the youngsters what the state was like BEFORE TRUMP. We’re here for now doing our best to support the President and our movement.

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  10. He should also be charged with committing a hate crime (against Trump voters), intending to incite violence, and being a “mean girl”. He should have to donate mega dollars to anti bullying organizations.

    Liked by 5 people

    • CountryDoc says:

      I would expect that most anti bullying organizations are full of militant liberal agenda snowflakes under the direction and puppet strings of liberal or uniparty/CoC control

      Liked by 5 people

      • You are probably right but the only way it seems to hurt these fakers is to cost them money and it has to go somewhere and no judge will say he has to pay MAGA for any intended damages. That’s why I thought an anti-bullying org might be acceptable.

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    • Dutchman says:

      I have been opposed to “hate crime” legislation since it was passed. It is assuming courts can detirmine what is in a perpetrators mind, and if there crime (they detirmine) was motivated by certain types of hate (racial bias, gender bias, but NOT political bias) they get,a more severe sentence.

      Prove Rand Pauls neighbor assaulted him, unprovoked, broke a bunch of ribs, could be attempted murder.

      Charge him the max charge for that crime. Doesn’t matter WHY he did it.

      Liked by 5 people

      • Maquis says:

        When the “why” is to provoke murderous mayhem it counts.

        Liked by 1 person

        • Dutchman says:

          Not sure I understand what that means. Murderous mayhem is murderous mayhem.
          Does it really matter in terms of punishment, WHY the person wanted to murder the other person?
          Murder you because of your race, religion or sex orientation, or murder you because yo have red hair, or for the insurance $.

          Its STILL murder.

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          • Maquis says:

            Call it solicitation to commit myhem and murder. I agree the why generally should take a distant backseat to the what, but when the entire point of the criminal act was to inspire promote and justify something akin to a race war then the pathetic acts, the what, are minor in relation to the consequences sought, his vile why. It needen’t be called a hate crime nor prosecuted as such, but if sedition can be prosecuted citing the destructive goals far worse than the physical acts performed, then sowers of chaos seeking to inspire the utter destruction of entire classes of peoples can surely be judged on their whys.

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            • Dutchman says:

              Just from the limited amount of info on THIS crime, I’m not at all sure this idiot did it with thevintention of sparking a race war.
              It well could have been insurance fraud; perhaps his businesses were doing poorly, and he needed some $ to stay afloat.
              So, he figured to stage a burglary, and due to brainwashing of msm, he thought throwing in a few swastikas or whatever, would lend credence to his lie.

              Jussie Smollett, on the other hand, I do believe was working with Karmela Harris on something far more sinister, and all you say applies to them.

              This, to me is like the muslim girl who was going to be late getting home, so she made up a story for her Dad, about MAGA hat wearing guys pulling off her headscarf.

              Reprehensible, but her intention was to avoid punishment from her Dad, not start a war.

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  11. JoeMeek says:

    These hate crime hoaxes are themselves a hate crime against millions upon millions of people.

    Liked by 8 people

    • “hate crime against millions…” Just piling on like he probably did in football. Now that the latest hit tune is ‘racist Trump’, he’s just joining the choir. Today, so many haters just automatically join the two words ‘racist Trump’ thinking it will stick. Desperate and evil haters.

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  12. reggiemeezer says:

    They need to pile in the charges & make an example of this vermin

    Liked by 3 people

  13. billrla says:

    Colin Kaepernick will rush to this former NFL player’s defense.

    Liked by 2 people

  14. Red Mosquito says:

    Like i have always said…if you have to fake it then it isn’t a problem.

    It always reminds me of that scene in What About Bob where he pretends to have Tourettes and says something like, “if I can fake it it means i dont have it.”

    Liked by 6 people

  15. alliwantissometruth says:

    Hate crimes….

    No, no, let’s call these what they truly are, hate crimes against a political ideal perpetrated to incite violence and stop the right of political expression, should be dealt with for what it is, the oppression of the peoples voice

    These acts aren’t just simple self-perpetrated vandalism, they’re acts of treason against the God given right of Americans to freely discuss and debate their political destiny

    The perpetrators need to experience real consequences

    But who am I kidding. If the democrats don’t give him a job, CNN certainly will

    Liked by 5 people

  16. Arrest Soros says:

    This crap is getting serious.
    If this was a real crime by racists, then whatever punishment they would have received under the statutes, this hoaxer (and other like him, say Jussie smollett) should get the same punishment.
    I’m not an American so I don’t have a congressman to write to, but I would urge Treepers to write to their congressmen demanding such laws.
    Whatever crime you hoax, you get the punishment applicable to the original crime.

    As I said, this is getting serious. Fake crimes have already hurt many people and it seems to be getting worse. New legislation may discourage these types of hoaxes and false rape accusations etc.

    Liked by 7 people

    • Lucille says:

      Arrest Soros, thanks for giving your fellow Treepers your considered opinion. We appreciate when citizens of another country make us aware of their heartfelt viewpoints regarding the happenings in the U.S.

      FYI, just a slight bit of background…if crimes occur on federal property, then they are handled by the federal courts. As you know, each state in the United States has its own laws, legislatures, and state courts; but state laws may not supersede federal law over which the U. S. Constitution has jurisdiction.

      The individual city council, county boards of supervisors, or legislature of each state generally handles crimes such as this case in Georgia. So writing our local city councilmen, state reps and senators is the appropriate procedure, not our U.S. House representatives.

      A federal law supplanting a state’s criminal or civil laws is not appropriate under our Constitution, even though the feds have gotten away with superseding the states’ authority (in abortion law, for instance) for many years. My personal viewpoint is that no matter how good the intent, more federal laws taking away states’ rights isn’t a desired solution.

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  17. CNN_sucks says:

    OMG. What an idiot. Smollet 2.0. Could not find enough racists so he make things up?

    Liked by 3 people

  18. Caius Lowell says:

    Interesting to consider the psychology behind it — some sort of deep-seated status need through perceived victimization — but one thing is for sure, it’s really messed up man!

    Liked by 2 people

    • TMonroe says:

      Leverage for narratives to vilify political opposition so as to accrue power and feather nests.

      Liked by 2 people

      • Just Beachy says:

        Its always all about the narrative. That’s all the dems have is the ability to spin a story. Yes, the psychology behind it would be interesting and this is a messed up man, but being he has some notoriety as a professional athlete, I suspect this is not about his psychology, but about a desperate need to push the talking point of the month, RACISM. I hope this guy’s emails and phone records are searched because there is probably evidence of discussion and planning behind it (poor planning, granted). How much longer do they expect regular voters to buy their BS?

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  19. Dee Paul Deje says:

    Liked by 17 people

    • Aintree says:

      Dee Paul:
      I also thought of this Chappelle segment from his special when I read the article but it was even funnier to watch this time. Thanks.

      The line “It sounds like something I would say” is especially brilliant.

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    • mikeyboo says:

      Chapelle’s take on Smollett is really sharp comedy.

      Liked by 2 people

    • Esperanza says:

      Juicy Smoll ee A. Very French actor. Lololol.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Vince says:

      The best part of the routine is that the whole audience, black and white, agreed with the joke that Juicy was “clearly lying.” In other words, everyone knows these hoaxes happen and this was one of them. YouTube is full of black vloggers talking about this, and not one defends Jesse Smollett.

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    • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

      People like this (and Rogan, Crowder, and more)

      are penetrating past the College Campus craziness and the legacy media propaganda….

      with the ultimate message of “think for yourselves”…..

      ….and will help save America.

      And I am not overstating that.

      And if it takes cursing, crudeness or vulgarity to do it…….well…..
      WAR is messy business….
      especially when the battlefield is THE MIND.

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    • StanH says:

      This is important. This is how we regain our ability to laugh. Good comedy spares no one. Though George Carlin’s politics where far left, he went after everyone, and what was his term for Gays…F_dge Packer. When Mel Brooks (Jewish) was writing Blazing Saddles with his buddy Richard Pryor (Black) they laughed so hard they knew they’d written a comedy classic aka to the snowflakes as an offensive ancient diatribe, whose outrageometer blew off the charts with this raaaaacist cinematic screed.

      Good job Dave Chappelle.

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      • Dee Paul Deje says:

        I remember the black sheriff with the gun to his own head. Nobody move or the n***** gets it.

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      • Vince says:

        Trivia: When Mel Brooks brought Richard Pryor in as a writer on Blazing Saddles, he was assuming that Pryor would write most of Sheriff Bart’s lines. Pryor ended up not doing much of that at all, contributing to other characters. Mel Brooks wrote most of the sheriff’s jokes.

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  20. Patience says:

    Criminal . Football head injury is not a defense –either!!!

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    • MTeresa says:

      Think about it………….dude is ex-NFL. How much money did he make while in the NFL?

      “Coughman was arrested and taken to Gwinnett County Jail, charged with false report of a crime, *insurance fraud* and concealing a license plate.”

      He probably made a lot more money than you or I have, not to mention the many opportunities throughout his life (college scholarships, etc) and yet still is trying to fake a hate crime because he’s trying to scam the insurance company? Really?

      Although I’m not a Patriot’s fan, I gotta give it up for Ron Gronkowski who knows how to be responsible with his $$. This isn’t a race issue, it’s an economic one.

      http://money.com/money/3932731/gronkowski-patriots-gronk-nfl-earnings-endorsements/

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  21. deplorable says:

    He saw Smollett get away with it and figured he could do the same.

    But, he failed, because he doesn’t have “beach friends” like Smollett does.

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  22. Zorro says:

    Beatoff O’Rourke inspired this crime.

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  23. GB Bari says:

    I’d bet a donut that he was going for the insurance money. The “hate” evidence was supposed to make it more believable.

    Liked by 10 people

    • Zorro says:

      Demosocialists, like him and Strzok, love their “insurance policy”.

      Liked by 4 people

    • 1stgoblyn says:

      He absolutely faked the robbery/vandalism for the insurance money. When the police stopped him from leaving the parking lot, he told them he had seen the damage earlier. However, the paint was still wet, television sets from the walls with brackets still attached and a yellow crow bar (there were yellow pry marks on the door) were in the back of his pick-up. He had called his insurance company but not the cops.
      This guy is a loser. Picked up by the Seattle Seahawks in 2012 and in 2 years went to 4 other teams. Maybe he was just p.o.’d that he couldn’t make it in the NFL and get a lucrative contract so he decided he’d make his payday thru his insurers.

      Liked by 7 people

    • mikeyboo says:

      Right you are GB -or In the words of my Russian grandfather: Absolute!!! Positive!!!!

      Liked by 2 people

    • Dutchman says:

      Yeah, he could well be charged with Insurance fraud. If so, and probation report shows otherwise clean record, he will probably get probation.

      I knew a guy,…its partly based on how much $, he would have defrauded them out of.

      Burn down your own multimillion $ house, well then your looking at some serious time.

      If it was a,$1-2000 claim, probation. I personally put this in a,slightly different category than some fake hate,crimes, but thats me.

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    • Bill_M says:

      Well, the fact he apparently reported it to the insurance company first before reporting it to the police is kind of a hint. Before I retired for the second time, I was an insurance underwriter. This sequence of events would have raised red flags all over the place had I been reviewing the loss. The fact he was caught in the act, as it were, likely means his insurance policy will be, at the minimum, nonrenewed, if not canceled outright (depending on the applicable state insurance rules). Insurance companies take insurance fraud very seriously and they will normally pursue prosecution vigorously, pour encourager les autres.
      His businesses will face serious, and expensive problems finding future insurance coverage.

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    • MTeresa says:

      Most of the guys that come up through the NFL, have been given opportunities for college and endorsements and have made a lot more $$ than a lot of us here at the tree house. With all of that, he still felt the need to cheat the system and in the process create racial division. What a guy, huh?

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  24. DaughterofLiberty says:

    This guy is repugnant. Makes a darn good living – and pulls this BS. And, with nut cases pulling this kind of thing, when a bona fide ‘hate crime’ comes along, well…the ‘crying wolf’ story comes to mind….

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  25. Sharon says:

    All hate crime laws should be taken off the books.

    Go back to punishing people for what they did, not for what they were thinking while they did it.

    Liked by 13 people

    • Dutchman says:

      Yeah, he could well be charged with Insurance fraud. If so, and probation report shows otherwise clean record, he will probably get probation.

      I knew a guy,…its partly based on how much $, he would have defrauded them out of.

      Burn down your own multimillion $ house, well then your looking at some serious time.

      If it was a,$1-2000 claim, probation. I personally put this in a,slightly different category than some fake hate,crimes, but thats me.

      Still trying to figure out what ISN’T a “hate crime”, of the categories of crimrvthisvlegislation applies to.
      Its the next stage of P.C.

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      • Kent says:

        …is a fake fake hate crime a hate crime…..

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        • Dutchman says:

          “What you mean, I can’t beat myself up, or vandalise my own property?”
          Its false reporting, or ‘bearing false witness, and perpetrating the worst kind of injustice, and the one our Justice systems designers most tried to guard against.
          Two categories of injustice; a guilty party ‘getting away with it’.
          Thats bad, especially galling for the victim.
          But worse, an innocent person being convicted. A fake hate crime COULD lead to an innocent being convicted, and more broadly, because hate crimes are about categories of people, it targets with a broad brush. Despicable, and I suppose an inevitable result of the mind games the MSM and indoctrinators of p.c. have created.

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  26. Garavaglia says:

    Fake hate crimes need to be punished with the same severity as true hate crimes. That will stop this BS.

    Liked by 2 people

  27. ilcon says:

    “Hate crimes” are unconstitutional and must be repealed.
    If the 535 fail, every time one cracks his trap, they must be charged with a hate crime. Clearly they hate the electorate.

    Liked by 4 people

  28. Revenant says:

    What is it with these people?

    I guess the supply of genuine hate is low low, it can’t meet the demand. So these fools try to meet the demand by creating fake supply.

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  29. If the police that grabbed him are white, he’ll scream RAY-CIST and get off scot-free.

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  30. He forgot to nail a noose on the wall.

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  31. carterzest says:

    #MONKEYMAGA

    I like it a lot…

    Let’s make it trend!

    Liked by 1 person

  32. The Akh says:

    These hoax hate crimes are cartoon caricatures of what people want to believe about Trump supporters. It’s not even close to reality. The fact that swastika are present means that this caricature is aimed directly at white people who have no control over their skin color.

    Racist are real, and this guy is clearly one of them. He should be charged with a hate crime along with insurance fraud.

    Liked by 5 people

  33. mazziflol says:

    “ investigators have not pinpointed a motivation for the staged burglary” come on now 😒 eye roll!!!

    Liked by 8 people

  34. sounds like the “MAGA” bomber hoax. Whatever happened with that? Helped impact the 2018 elections, no?

    Liked by 4 people

  35. littleanniefannie says:

    This guy really reminds me of Jerry Nadler. Brazen, dishonest, willing to manipulate the facts to achieve the end game, sneaky, self-serving, and WRONG!

    Liked by 3 people

  36. Reloader says:

    But … but … I thought all of you conservative Trump supporters were racists. Where are the references to the man’s skin color? Where are all of the snide remarks about countries of origin? About some races being better than others? How can you criticize one black person without mentioning his skin color, and then recommend and even praise the work of another black person without referring to his skin color? Where is all of the foul language that you supposedly use toward people who are not white? What kind of racists are you?
    You don’t seem to be very good at it.
    /s
    (And I am so proud of each and every one of those who read and comment on this site.)

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  37. Bill Dumanch says:

    MAGA-folks, as I am one, WANT you to succeed.

    WANT your children educated, not indoctrinated to a particular point of view.
    WANT all of us to pay less to the government, as they create NOTHING.
    WANT you as a neighbor, not a douche-needs bobble head.
    WANT you to vote.
    WANT you to experience the American dream-that YOU and your family have a chance.
    WANT the BEST for you and for yours.
    WANT YOU to become MAGA.

    Liked by 3 people

  38. czarowniczy says:

    I bet they jes be blamin’ it on the CTE and bury it as a mental disorder.

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  39. Magabear says:

    Fake crimes.
    Fake news.
    Fake outrage.
    Fake narratives.
    Fake investigations.
    Fake Indian (Warren).
    Fake teeth and hair (Biden).
    Fake populism (Sanders).
    Fake marriages (Omar).
    Fake everything (Hillary).

    Welcome to the political left………commiting frauds on society since Marx and Lenin.

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  40. sunnyflower5 says:

    Mr. Coughman had just staged a burglary and vandalism of his own business, including the spray painting of “Monkey”, “MAGA” and Swastikas on the walls.

    Lordy, he must not like himself very much.

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  41. The Left always plays the victim. We can understand them because we are principled and they are unprincipled. We can imagine having no constraints on behavior. They cannot understand us because they are unprincipled and we are principled. They cannot imagine what it must be like having constraints on behavior. When a conservative is confronted with a distasteful situation or person, he typically seeks to remove himself from that situation or person. He doesn’t want to be around the annoyance. The leftist abhors independence, and therefore cannot imagine someone seeking to be independent from an annoying situation or person. Leftists fake the crimes they themselves would commit, given the opportunity. The left always projects.

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  42. The Boss says:

    The Congressional Black Caucus will show their outrage with an encore performance on the House floor of “Hands Up! Don’t Shoot!”. Headlining the performance? Georgia’s own fake civil rights “icon” John Lewis.

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  43. Steve in Greensboro says:

    Nowadays, I think everybody just assumes these type of “hate crimes” are frauds.

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  44. Zachary Navarre says:

    I live in Gwinnett county GA.
    Sad and pathetic.

    The REAL damage being done here is to victims of REAL hate crimes.
    But these selfish, racist, thugs don’t care one bit about REAL victims.

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  45. scrap1ron says:

    America is so racist that Edawn couldn’t even find 2 white antifa punks willing to wear MAGA hats to stage his fake hate crime.

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  46. Guyski says:

    The pendulum has shifted. Automatically assuming the ‘hate crime’ is true is DONE. Just like when you hear some waiter/server not getting a tip; just a nasty note, because they are black, hispanic, gay, etc. It is NOT true, until proven otherwise.

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  47. The Gipper Lives says:

    Chris Wray’s Bureau of Phony Statistics will add this to their list anyway. Congratulations, Mr, Coughman–you are now a White Supremacist!

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  48. Just Beachy says:

    I don’t think its all about the insurance money. I get it that the money matters, but he could have staged a fraudulent insurance claim without it being a racist hate crime. This wasn’t well planned, but I’m thinking there is more to this story than one former professional athlete. I’m sure there are many that are in damage control mode and trying to limit it to “one messed up guy.” The more I read it had to, no other explanation, must have been, definitely was all about the insurance money, the more I doubt it.

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  49. The Gipper Lives says:

    “Hands Up, Don’t Indemnify!”

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