The November “church-burning intimidation hate crime” in Greenville, Mississippi, which was widely claimed to be the work of “white supremacists,” has been exposed as yet another fake hate crime after the arrest of a local black for the arson.
At the time, the arson attack—which included the spray-painting of a “vote Trump” slogan on a wall—was cited by all controlled media as an example of “white racism.”
This week, a local black with a criminal record, named as 45-year-old Andrew McClinton, was arrested for the attack, marking the event as yet another addition to the long list of fake hate crimes perpetrated by nonwhites and Jews and then blamed on white people by the media.
It turns out that McClinton is an attendee at the church, and the facts indicate that he deliberately set fire to the building and spray-painted the “vote Trump” slogan on the wall in order to incite hatred against white people.
Despite the obvious facts, Mississippi Insurance Commissioner Mike Chaney insisted that the arson was “not motivated by the presidential race.”
“We do not believe it was politically motivated,” Chaney told the Associated Press, adding in an understatement that there “may have been some efforts to make it appear politically motivated.”
Police officials did not release a potential motive and said the investigation is ongoing, and as of time of reporting, McClinton has not been charged with a hate crime, Greenville city spokeswoman Kenya Collins told the local Clarion-Ledger.
“The charges that he received today, it was not a hate crime but we do not know if the federal government will pursue that as such because we do not have a motive yet,” she said.
McClinton served eight years in prison after being convicted of armed robbery in 2004 in Lee County, Mississippi.
A GoFundMe page set up to raise funds for the church secured more than $200,000 in two days. The page has since been taken down.
Meanwhile, an Indian student who sparked yet another “hate crime” scare, inside a Long Island Nassau Community College, has also been arrested on 12 counts of aggravated harassment.
According to prosecutors, Jasskirta Saini, 20, of Plainview, drew more than 100 messages including swastikas, KKK, and “Hitler” in the college’s G building on Friday, December 17.
He is also accused of several other acts of vandalism, including two incidents on Tuesday and some dating back to October.
Sani used black and blue magic markers to draw swastikas and anti-Semitic comments on walls and handrails—the sixth similar incident on campus over the last three months.