Hate Crime: Church Vandalized With Pro-Trump, Nazi Graffiti…But Look Who Was Actually Behind It

Back in November, right after the election that left liberals and the media crying and screaming, an organist said he came to his small Episcopal church on Sunday morning to find several messages spray-painted on the building. One read ‘Heil Trump,’ one was a swastika, and another read ‘Fag church.’

St. David’s Episcopal Church in Bean Blossom, Indiana is described as an ‘inclusive’ church, because they welcome homosexual couples as members of their congregation. For this reason, the locals and the church congregation assumed the graffiti must have been inscribed by the hands of a ‘hate group’ like the KKK.

This was back in November, and now, the police have come to the conclusion – based on evidence and a confession – that the perpetrator of this hate crime was none other than the organist himself, 26-year-old George Nathaniel Stang, a homosexual Hillary Clinton supporter.

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He was most put out by November’s election results that he thought this was the best way to rally the troops. What better way to build up momentum than faking a hate crime against yourself and your church?

“I suppose I wanted to give local people a reason to fight for good, even if it was a false flag,” he wrote. “To be clear my actions were not motivated by hate for the church or its congregation. I of course realize now, this was NOT the way to go about inspiring activism.”

He added that he sought to “mobilize a movement after being disappointed in and fearful of the outcome of the national election.”

He’s now being charged with institutional criminal mischief, faces up to a year in prison and $5,000 in fines.

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