Last Updated on September 4, 2022
The godmother of Duke volleyball player Rachel Richardson is a Democrat political candidate with a long history of anti-white racism. Richardson and her godmother made national headlines after accusing a BYU fan of calling Richardson a “n*gger” and making several threats against her during a recent Duke at BYU volleyball match. Now, the entire story appears to be yet another hate hoax.
Rachel Richardson’s godmother, Lesa Pamplin, is the Democrat nominee for the judge’s bench in Tarrant County, Texas. Pamplin places race at the center of her campaign, complaining that all of the elected judges on her district’s bench are white. Her Twitter account, which has been made private since her apparent hate hoax motives were called into question, has been exposed as the home of virulent anti-white racism, with Pamplin even claiming in one post that she is “at war” with white people.
“You poor white motherfuckers can’t take it,” Pamplin wrote in one tweet, dated 6/27/2019.
“Would expect nothing more from a pale white chick,” Pamplin wrote in another, dated 10/16/2019. “Sit down Becky,” she said, employing a sexist, anti-white racial slur.
Ironically, while she claims that her goddaughter is the victim of a hate crime for supposedly being called a “n*gger,” Pamplin has called white people “crackers” multiple times via Twitter.
“Creepy ass crackers are scary,” she tweeted in 2013.
In another, she applauded a judge, the position she now seeks, for “not playing with these crackers.”
Lesa Pamplin initially made the allegation that her goddaughter Rachel Richardson was called the n word, despite not being at the game. She is running for office in Fort Worth and has a history of racist tweets. Her account is now private. @MrAndyNgo pic.twitter.com/2mqKhwkmND
— AidanKearneyTB (@DoctorTurtleboy) August 29, 2022
Though a fan has been banned for life from Brigham Young University sporting events, Richardson and Pamplin’s hate crime claims have failed to be validated, and students of multiple races sitting in the immediate proximity of where the racial slurs were said to have emanated have denied it happened.
Despite a full-fledged investigation, BYU Police have been completely unable to verify the “hate crime” ever took place.
Additionally, video evidence has failed to produce footage of the alleged hate crime. Despite this, left-wing corporate media has run with the story, claiming it to be an indictment against BYU and the Mormon faith.
Along with CNN and MSNBC, a lack of evidence hasn’t stopped left-wing ESPN and the race-obsessed NCAA from lashing out at BYU. Just this past week, without evidence, South Carolina’s women’s basketball coach canceled the team’s games with BYU as a direct result of Richardson and Pamplin’s unproven allegations.