After the shooting at a Charleston, SC church, wherein a white young man, Dylann Root, allegedly killed 9 blacks, there’s been a rash of suspicious fires at black churches across the South.
As of June 29, 2015, in the span of a week (7 days), six churches attended by blacks were burned, sparking fear of a white-on-black race war. No suspect(s) had been apprehended.
Why is there a presumption that the fires had been set by whites?
This is where the recent arrest of a black man for leaving racist messages outside a black church in Colorado gets interesting.
CBS Denver reports, June 30, 2015, that Vincent Broughton, 44, who is black, was arrested after police believe he left racist messages outside the New Covenant Church in Colorado Springs, which is predominately attended by African Americans. He is facing charges for committed a bias-motivated crime and disorderly conduct.
The racist signs were posted outside the New Covenant church. One sign references the KKK; another reads, “Black men beware, you are the target.”
The messages had the congregation on edge. Pastor Roland Joyner said, “We locked our doors this morning, so we were inside, but it shouldn’t be that way. You shouldn’t have to lock your doors in the church, it’s just… I’m speechless.”
Police said Broughton admitted to posting the flyers but did not explain why he targeted the church.
Hmm. I wonder if Broughton works for the DHS.
False flag, any one?
H/t FOTM’s MomOfIV