Screen Shot 2015-10-25 at 10.18.07 AMWe will leave the work to the detectives, but the evidence is staggering.

Earlier in the year, there were a series of fires at churches in the South that media and Black Lives Matter pointed to as somehow being evidence of racists targeting black churches. For almost two weeks, this made national news without even being questioned.

Never mind that most weren’t even arson, some weren’t black churches and there was no indication that any of the fires were at all related. Once those facts started to come out, the story died.

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We’d like to bring you pictures of the fires. Take a close look and see if you see what we see:
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Except for the first one which took out the door and the fifth one, which spread a bit further, they were all set at the front door, not to cause any real damage, but it seems, set to go out, to be limited. The arsonist always set it in the early morning hours. The police have said the person behind it clearly wants to ‘send a message’.

So the question is who would want to make it appear like black churches were being targeted, while not really wanting to hurt them with real damage? In St. Louis, near Ferguson?

Well, we’ll leave the investigation to the professionals, but we certainly could have a few thoughts as to who would fit that scenario.

In perhaps a coincidental incident, on Easter, the Black Lives Matter folks protested outside a couple of churches in the area. Their point was to ‘wake up’ the people in the churches, to come out and join them to ‘fight against racism’. Here’s the press release of their event.

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