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Mar 18 2023

Providence Missionary Baptist Church Hate Hoax

Looks like authorities have not yet managed to stamp out racism/homophobia/fascism/et cetera even in the bastion of liberalism some call the San Francisco of the South. Look what someone did not merely to a house of worship but to a Historic Black Church, the Providence Missionary Baptist Church in Atlanta:

According to 11 Alive, the front of the church was tagged with several messages including “devil worship 666,” “apostate,” “Satan,” “sin,” and at least one homophobic message. The main doors had a backward swastika and imagery of a hanging painted on them.

It didn’t take long to track down the apparent culprit. James McIntyre had been removed from the property for trespassing the previous Sunday. He was found sitting across the street from the crime, easily identifiable by the MAGA cap he wore balanced atop his KKK hood.

Just kidding. McIntyre is of course black. Otherwise this story would have been national news.


Reverend Doctor Gerald Durley, the church’s former pastor, told Channel 2 Action News that he hopes those responsible will be prosecuted under hate crime laws.

That way McIntyre might actually be punished — if they can find him. He was released the following day.

Despite failing to fit it, the story was shoehorned into the Narrative:

In response to a TikTok video posted of local news coverage of the vandalism, in which a photo of McIntyre was not shown, some users appeared to presume that the suspect was white.

“I have been to that church in the pass [sic] for black political conference, still have pictures. White Racism and WP is mother nature’s worst mistake,” wrote one TikTok user.

Not everyone is as wise to the ways of the world as readers. Those steeped in liberal propaganda will assume that any attack on a black church was likely committed by mythical white racists, even if this rarely if ever happens in real life. By deleting McIntyre’s race from the story, the media told a deliberate lie that could be used to inflame racial tensions on behalf of the woke agenda.

The vandal’s motives are unknown and likely too psychotic to make sense of, but media propagandists who spun this as a racial incident while suppressing his race belong on the Hate Hoax List.

On a tip from Steven S.


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