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Jul 03 2015

Hate Hoaxer of the Day: Vincent Broughton

The media tells us black churches are under siege. It isn’t totally fiction; a culprit has been caught:

A Colorado Springs man was arrested after police believe he left racist messages outside a church.

Vincent Broughton, 44, who is black, is facing charges for committed a bias-motivated crime and disorderly conduct.

The signs were posted outside the New Covenant church that is predominately attended by African Americans. One sign references the KKK. Another reads, “Black men beware, you are the target.” …

Police said Broughton admitted to posting the flyers but did not explain why he targeted the church.

An obvious explanation presents itself. If the villains are so few and powerless as to barely qualify as real, you make them seem more real with hate hoaxes. This justifies measures that hit anyone who can be tied however loosely with the largely imaginary villains.

Please welcome Vincent Broughton to the representative list of moonbat hate hoaxers:

Vincent Broughton
Rick Jones
Connie St Louis
Rachel Dolezal
Tahera Ahmad
Phony University of Minnesota rape victim
Sarah Silverman
Kassim Alhimidi
George Washington University swastika
Adam Hoover
Ambreen Sharif
Charles Blow
Morgan Triplett
Desiree Nall
Mindy Brickman
Oberlin College
Lena Dunham
Rolling Stone/Jackie
University of Chicago Facebook hoax
Adam Saleh and Sheikh Akbar
Daniele Watts
Keith Jones
Sweet Briar College hoaxer
Grand Valley State University student
Richard Kennedy
Anonymous Hercules Middle-High School student
Joe Williams
Andrea Brazier
Genesis Hernandez
Danya Morales
Toni Christina Jenkins
Dylan Bleier and Matt Alden
Meg Lanker-Simons
Olander Cuthrell
Charlie Rogers
Sharmeka Moffitt
Joseph Baken
Alexandra Pennell
Aimee Whitchurch and Christel Conklin
Quinn Matney
Aubriana Banks
Sarah Marshak
Floyd Elliot
Tawana Brawley
Crystal Gail Mangum
Kerri Dunn
Leah Miller
Ahmad Saad Nasim

Vincent-Broughton
Yet another one.

On tips from wingmann, Rob E, susan, rpp, Lyle, Henry, and Xavier.



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