In a bizarre twist of political correctness, a man has been charged with a non-crime hate crime after a liberal overheard him saying “I could murder a curry.”
The man, who was simply expressing his craving for some delicious Indian food, was immediately reported to the authorities by the liberal, who claimed that the statement was evidence of his anti-immigrant and racist attitudes.
“I couldn’t believe it when I heard him say that,” the liberal said. “It’s a clear example of the kind of casual racism that’s still so prevalent in our society.”
The man, who has no history of racist behavior or hate speech, was stunned by the accusations. “I was just talking about food,” he said. “I had no idea that it could be taken as a hate crime.”
The incident has sparked widespread criticism and ridicule, with many calling it a prime example of the absurdity of political correctness run amok. “This is what happens when we allow political correctness to dictate our every thought and action,” one commentator said. “We end up criminalizing innocent behavior and speech.”
Despite the absurdity of the situation, the man could face serious consequences, including fines and even jail time, for his alleged hate crime. The incident serves as a powerful reminder of the need for common sense and rational thinking when it comes to issues of free speech and hate crimes.
So let this be a lesson to us all: be careful what you say, even if it’s just a harmless comment about your favorite cuisine. You never know who might be listening, and what innocent statement could be twisted into a so-called “hate crime.”