A recent exposé by John Nolte has shed light on a deceitful hoax surrounding an alleged anti-gay hate crime in San Diego. The city, under Democratic control, has become a breeding ground for false claims, as revealed by dedicated journalist Andy Ngo. Contrary to the widely circulated narrative, it was discovered that Scott Rowin, a gay man from San Diego, was not the victim but the instigator of violence.
The San Diego Police Department conducted investigations and uncovered CCTV footage that painted a different picture of the incident. It was revealed that Rowin had attacked a pregnant woman, causing her serious injuries before fleeing the scene. The footage showed that the woman resorted to setting him on fire in self-defense during the assault.
Initially, local news outlets had reported Rowin’s version of events, portraying him as a victim of a hate crime. He claimed to have been attacked with gay slurs and set on fire, likening the experience to a horror movie. However, subsequent investigations proved these claims to be false, adding to the growing list of hoaxes in the country.
According to the San Diego Tribune, the security footage clearly showed the initial physical assault by Rowin on the pregnant woman and her use of fire as a last-resort equalizer. While the details of the incident remain uncertain, Rowin’s actions can never be justified, regardless of the circumstances. His false claim of being a hate crime victim reflects poorly on his character and adds to the already divisive social climate.
This fraudulent narrative highlights the issues of intolerance, prejudice, violence, and deception that continue to plague left-leaning cities. Living in such Democrat-dominated areas is becoming increasingly unappealing. It is important for these cities to address these problems and for individuals like Rowin to be held accountable for their actions. It seems that in today’s world, identity can no longer be used as a shield against accountability.