By Jerry PDX
Finally an arrest in the Hopewell church burning. The perp is named Andrew McClinton, and he turned out to be... drum roll please... a negro!
Anybody out there surprised? One has to wonder why it took months for the FBI to crack this case. Personally, I think they knew who it was from week one but for some reason waited months before making an arrest. I've been scanning through the headlines and spotted a few back page mentions in MSNBC and a couple of other mainstream outlets, but mostly it's offbeat news sources and some conservative groups reporting on this. It just hit the news, so we'll see if any of the big new players will give this any headline coverage, maybe a couple will but I think it's mostly just going to get the usual "token" mention, nothing remotely like the massive hysterical coverage it got when they thought it was a "hate crime." Well, it is a hate crime, one that was committed by a racist negro who hates whites.
Note the smile on McClinton's face. He think he gettin' away with one. Sad truth is that he kind of is. He's probably dumber than a Q-tip, but still realizes that his act is successfully contributing to the current hate crime hoax hysteria.
Wednesday, December 21, 2016 at 11:36:00 P.M. EST
By Grand Rapids Anonymous
BLACK CHARGED IN ARSON CRIME OF BLACK CHURCH (TRUMP SPRAY PAINTED ON CHURCH)
On November 1, one week before the presidential election, when a black Baptist church burned down Greenville, Mississippi with the words "Vote Trump" spray painted on the side, CNN was quick to suggest that the arson could be a "hate crime" targeting the local black community.
CNN quoted Mayor Errick Simmons who said he spoke to some of the church's 200 congregants "who were fearful and felt intimidated. They felt the vandalism was not just an attack on the church, but on the black community, he said." It was all the CNN anchors could talk about for hours, if not days.
To be sure, there were those who suggested that contrary to the forced narrative, the arson could be nothing more than a false flag attack meant to incite anger at Trump supporters, but they were quickly silenced by being branded simply as purveyors of "fake news."
As it turns out, the "fake news" was right, because as AP reported this afternoon, the arsonist Andrew McClinton, 45, of Leland Mississippi has been arrested, and not only was he a member of the church congregation, but he was also African American.
So much for a "hate crime" against the black community.
McClinton was charged Wednesday with first degree arson of a place of worship, said Warren Strain, spokesman for the Mississippi Department of Public Safety.
GRA: Media fuc*ed up again at the time.
N.S.: No, the media did what they do—tried to swing the election, through consciously promoting an obvious hate crime hoax.
Thursday, December 22, 2016 at 12:29:00 A.M. EST