December 22, 2016
Last month, the Judenpresse circulated a news story about Donald Trump-inspired racists burning down a black Church in Mississippi, and then scrawling “Vote Trump” on the side of it. At the time, I called it as a really transparent false flag, consistent with the modus operandi of bogus hate crimes in the days leading up to the election and following it.
Police have now charged the culprit:
A Mississippi man arrested in the burning of an African-American church that was spray-painted with the words “Vote Trump” is a member of the congregation, the church’s bishop said.
Andrew McClinton, 45, of Leland, Mississippi, was charged Wednesday with first degree arson of a place of worship, said Warren Strain, spokesman for the Mississippi Department of Public Safety. McClinton is African-American.
McClinton was arrested in Greenville, where Hopewell Missionary Baptist Church was burned and vandalized Nov. 1, a week before the presidential election.
Hopewell Bishop Clarence Green said McClinton is a member of the church. Green said he didn’t know about the arrest until he was called by The Associated Press.
As usual, the police in the town where this crime occurred are down-playing the political motive of the act.
An investigation continues, but a state official said politics did not appear to be the reason for the fire.
“We do not believe it was politically motivated. There may have been some efforts to make it appear politically motivated,” Mississippi Insurance Commissioner Mike Chaney, who is also the state fire marshal, told AP.
Only a liar would claim there were no political motive. The motive was to frame whites as evil Hollywood Klansmen, as well as to spur Negroes to put down their 40 oz and vote. Ultimately, the media racial defamation campaign failed, and blacks found daytime TV court shows more compelling than a shrill 70-year-old mamie pandering to them.
If the US government and security services were controlled by whites instead of Jews trying to kill whites, there would be an investigation into whether Hopewell Missionary Baptist Church congregation member Andrew McClinton was paid or goaded by someone else. Was this an attempt by church leaders to cash out on the insurance? Did the NAACP or Southern Poverty Law Center have anything to do with McClinton’s actions? What about local Mississippi Democratic party operatives seeking to galvanize the Southern state’s large and relatively more religious Negro population to turn the deep red state purple?
All of these hate crimes are hoaxes, from the Etch-a-Sketch looking Swastikas popping up in places like New York City that only Jews have access to, to the insane fags banging their head against the wall and claiming it was Rednecks, and of course, the Hollywood trope of evil Klansmen engaging in black church firebombings.