Last month a white man went on Facebook to brag about a random black man, who came to him and stabbed him for nothing.
On August 16 in the parking lot of a Steak and Shake in Sheridan, Colo, a random black dude had walked up to Joshua Witt. The black guy asked if Witt was a neo-Nazi and then stabbed him. Witt said he was stabbed because of his haircut—the “high and tight”—also known as the Fashy (short for “fascist”). The haircut has become popular among white nationalists like Richard Spencer and Eric Trump.
And later, the police found out that the whole story was a lie. In reality, Witt stabbed himself and made up the story…
What a man wakes up in the morning with a thought “what can I blame the black people for today?”
Sheridan police, in a statement to BuzzFeed, said: “he was confronted with all the information listed above Mr. Witt subsequently admitted to accidentally cutting himself with the knife while parked in his car in front of the sporting goods store and admitted making up the story about being attacked.”
Police charged Witt with “falsely reporting to authorities” and released him.
But what if police noticed someone fitting the Witt’s description? The story wouldn’t be that funny… Every black man in that area was in danger because of a silly Nazi.