October 4, 2023

USA: Right After Trump’s Election, SPLC Stoked Panic. A Pro-Gay Episcopal Church In Indiana Was Vandalized w/Heil Trump, Swastika, & Anti-Gay Slur. Turns Out It Was The Gay Organ Player Who Did It.

Wouldn't fake made up hate crimes be considered 'misinformation, disinformation, and conspiracy theories'? I'm just saying the far-Left are notorious for falsely accusing their political opposition of racism, and being hateful, and oppressive when they're the ones getting their political opposition banned from social media, fired from their jobs, or get their business shutdown, and get companies to stop working with them, finding out where they live and vandalize their private property. That's what fascists do. (emphasis mine)
According to Britannica, Fascism is defined as: a way of organizing a society in which a government ruled by a dictator controls the lives of the people and in which people are not allowed to disagree with the government (aka political party or ideology like Communism).
According to the American Psychological Association (APA): Misinformation is false or inaccurate information—getting the facts wrong. Disinformation is false information which is deliberately intended to mislead—intentionally misstating the facts.
NEWS US published May 7, 2017: Another Hate Crime Hoax: Organist Vandalized His Own Church With Racist Slurs To Smear Trump.
Here is an excerpt from the news reported above, the prosecutor said, "He explained that one of the reasons he had done it was fear. He was concerned about the results of the election." The reporter goes on to explain, "In a 3-page hand written statement Stang, according to court records, wanted to mobilize a movement. He wrote, 'I suppose I wanted to give local people a reason to fight for good EVEN IF IT WAS A FALSE FLAG. To be clear my actions were not motivated by hate for the church or its congregation.' (emphasis mine)
An Indiana man is under arrest for painting racist slurs on his own church in order to vilify Trump and Trump supporters. To make matters worse, he is the organist at the church. Breitbart reports: Another Hate Crime Hoax: Church Organist Admits He Vandalized His Own Church with Trump and Nazi Slogans -- An Indiana community was shocked after a local church was vandalized with Nazi slogans and Donald Trump graffiti, but now police say it is a hate crime hoax and the church was not attacked by an outsider. They have charged the congregation’s own organist, a Hillary supporter and gay activist, for the crime.

After St. David’s Episcopal Church in Bean Blossom, Indiana, was vandalized, many suspected they were targeted by KKK members or a Nazi group. Members of the church urged police to investigate the incident as a hate crime, WTHR Channel 13 reported. But after an investigation, the Brown County prosecuting attorney’s office shocked the congregation by charging the church’s own organist, 26-year-old George Nathaniel Stang of Bloomington. It was Stang who first reported the vandalism to police last November only days after last year’s presidential election. It was immediately thought to be a hate crime because the small Episcopal Church is a progressive congregation that welcomes gays. The graffiti spray painted on the church walls read “Heil Trump” and “Fag Church.”

This is what the left does, folks. If they can’t find real racism, they just make it up. It’s despicable.
IndyStar News, Indiana local
written by Kara Berg
November 13, 2016

St. David's Episcopal Church in Bean Blossom was vandalized sometime Saturday night.

Vandals painted tags on the walls, depicting a swastika, an anti-gay slur and "Heil Trump."

The Rev. Kelsey Hutto, priest in charge at St. David's Episcopal Church, said she was disheartened after finding the graffiti on the walls of the church Sunday morning. But her next thought was more positive.

"Well, we must be doing something right," Hutto said she thought. "We stated one time that doing the right thing was not always the popular thing. We were targeted for a reason, and in our mind it was for a good reason."

As Christians, Hutto said they need to respond to hateful acts with love and joy. That's what God calls on them to do, no matter what color people are, where they came from or who they love.

They just need to respect the differences of every human being, she said.

Since Election Day, there have been more than 200 incidents of hateful harassment and intimidation across the country, according to the Southern Poverty Law Center. And the rise in hate crimes since the election appears to be worse than what happened after the 9/11 terrorist attacks, Richard Cohen, president of the Southern Poverty Law Center, told USA Today.

The vandalism at the church, about 25 miles south of Indianapolis, comes days after students in vice president-elect Mike Pence's hometown taunted other students by chanting "build that wall."

Hutto said there is no doubt the atmosphere in the country has changed since president-elect Donald Trump and his running mate Pence were elected on Tuesday.

"But what we really need to focus on is not the election, but rather the fact that love conquers all hate," Hutto said. "Anytime hate is presented, love needs to be our response. That's how we're responding."

On Facebook, Hutto expressed the same sentiments, saying they wouldn't let the actions of a few people damper their love of Christ and the world.

"We will continue to live out our beliefs and acceptance of all people and respecting the dignity of every human being. We pray for the perpetrators as well as those who the derogatory marks were directed at," Hutto said in her post. "This act was an act of separation. Separation of us from each other and a separation from God which is the definition of a sin. We pray for unification with God, with God's people and with ourselves. This is only one image of a worldwide phenomenon in which we are dividing ourselves and the world from God. We hope and pray that as the days and weeks continue we find a way to bridge this division from God and each other and ourselves."

UPDATE 10/4/23 at 2:50pm: Added info below.  UPDATE 10/4/23 at 3:15pm: Added info below.
I'm sharing information about American Horror Story Season 11 NYC. It turns out the serial killer who was targeting the gay community in New York City was a gay man living among them. He said he wanted to draw attention to the plight of the gay community being targeted by homophobia. (emphasis mine)
Billy Holt published November 9, 2022: The Killer Who's Inspired AHS Season 11 NYC - True Full Story.

The real killer who has inspired the latest season of American Horror Story Season 11 NYC. If you're a #forensicfiles fan like myself then you may have heard of the "Last Call Killer" before, his name was Richard Rogers and he was a monster who terrorized the gay community. Recently I did a 3 part series of this case on Tiktok so I figured I would upload all 3 parts to tell the full story on YouTube. Follow along for more True crime stories.
BrainPilot published October 20, 2022: AMERICAN HORROR STORY: NYC Season 11 Episode 1 and 2 Ending Explained. I review, breakdown and explain AHS NYC Season 11 Episode 1 and 2. I discuss the plot for American Horror Story New York City, react to the characters such as Patrick, Gino, Sam, Theo, Adam and Mr Whitely whilst also giving my theories and predictions for episode 3 and 4.
BrainPilot published October 27, 2022: AMERICAN HORROR STORY: NYC Season 11 Episode 3 and 4 Ending Explained. I review, breakdown and explain AHS NYC Season 11 Episode 3 and 4. I discuss the story in American Horror Story New York City, react to the developments such as Patrick confessing his lies to Gino, Sam and Theo breaking up, Adam getting closer to an individual whilst also on the hunt for Mr Whitely. I also giving my theories and predictions for episode 5 and 6.

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