FBI lies!

We reported last fall about the FBI report that erroneously claimed mass shooting attacks and deaths were up sharply between 2000 and 2013, and getting worse. The administration of course fanned the flames as the lamestream media prominently featured the “findings” just six weeks before the midterm elections. OUR report indicated that Crime Prevention Research Center President and scholar John Lott said there was no supporting evidence that crime is rising or that arrests are down nationwide.

Now we learn that last week, J. Pete Blair and M. Hunter Martaindale, two academics at Texas State University who co-authored the FBI report, acknowledged that “our data is imperfect,” and that the news media “got it wrong” when they “mistakenly reported mass shootings were on the rise.” The authors further admitted that “Because official data did not contain the information we needed, we had to develop our own.”

Because official data did not contain the information we needed, we had to develop our own.

The admission of fraud has apparently not been shouted from the rooftops in the lamestream media as the original story was, but instead was published in ACJS Today, an obscure academic journal of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences.

In other words, the “study” was faked from its inception and intentionally rigged to give a false and predetermined outcome that would hopefully generate higher Democrat voter turnout.

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