The “Heil Trump,” a swastika and “Fag Church” graffiti on the side of the pro-gay church made news in Indiana where the St. David’s Episcopal Church had apparently been vandalized. Like most anti-gay vandalism done to liberal churches, it was done by someone on the inside in order to signal victimhood. Unlike most such church “hate crimes,” however, the police were able to actually nail the suspect who did it to their own church to make a point.
The culprit, according to the Washington Post, was the church’s own gay organist, who attended the church because of its pro-gay views. It was the organist, Nathan Stang, who committed the vandalism and Stang who reported it.
The church’s “pastor,” Kelsey Hutto, got mileage out of the coverage, saying, “Doing the right thing is not always the popular thing, and if that’s why we were targeted, we’re okay with that.”
Stephen Colbert and other television personalities used the vandalism against Trump, sure that his voters were deplorable human beings.
After investigating the matter, police determined that nobody in the community was familiar the church was pro-queer except for the few dozen or so members in the church. That’s when they started looking at cellphone records for church members and determined that Nathan Strang had made and received calls and/or texts in the area, even though he claimed to have been out of town.
After questioning him, Strang admitted to it.
Victimology is a powerful tool of leftists. Don’t fall for it.
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