A Mississippi man was just charged for defrauding his insurance company after he claimed that “Racist Pro-Trump” graffiti had vandalized his car. It turns out, he did it himself.
Southaven Mississippi officers were called to his residence on Feb. 4 when Trumaine Foster claimed he discovered his property had been vandalized by pro-Trump racists.
His pickup truck has had the “n-word” spray-painted on it and his car was had the words “Trump” and “Leave n-word” on it.
Then, Foster was charged with insurance fraud.
A neighbor told the local news station, “That it was a hoax just kind of made us look silly.”
It seems that most other claims of pro-Trump vandalism are also false. Pulpit & Pen reported previously that anti-gay and pro-Trump slurs written on a church were also done by those who complained to the police.
In that case, a “Heil Trump,” a swastika, and “Fag Church” were written in graffiti on the side of a pro-gay church in Indiana, St. David’s Episcopal Church. 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.
Why are people “victimizing” themselves with hate crimes like Jussie Smollett? It’s because Critical Race Theory – which is taught in the public school system and even Southern Baptist seminaries – teaches that victimization gives power. And when people aren’t victims of real crimes, they make them up.
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