In today’s modern political climate, the greatest weapon currently employed by the left is their ability to warp the perceptions of America.
Most of this psychological warfare has been rained down on the American people from the mainstream liberal media’s coverage of American politics. Their massively distracting bias has been on display for decades, however, the election of Donald Trump has been a catalyst for the media’s transformation into the unwieldy beast that they are today.
Picking up on these tactics are your everyday liberals and leftists. Their wonton destruction at Pro-Trump rallies during the 2016 presidential race were a calculated piece of propaganda designed to mentally condition Americans into finding images of chaos with Trump’s name superimposed on them business as usual. The same has been true for some of the more lunatic left, who have, on more than one occasion, committed egregious acts of hate that are to be blamed on supporters of the President.
The latest soldier in the perception war has been identified, however, after a brief investigation easily revealed that he was behind the heinous graffiti as his own church.
“An Indiana community was shocked after a local church was vandalized with Nazi slogans and Donald Trump graffiti, but now police say it is a hate crime hoax and the church was not attacked by an outsider. They have charged the congregation’s own organist, a Hillary supporter and gay activist, for the crime.
“After St. David’s Episcopal Church in Bean Blossom, Indiana, was vandalized, many suspected they were targeted by KKK members or a Nazi group. Members of the church urged police to investigate the incident as a hate crime, WTHR Channel 13 reported.“But after an investigation, the Brown County prosecuting attorney’s office shocked the congregation by charging the church’s own organist, 26-year-old George Nathaniel Stang of Bloomington.
“It was Stang who first reported the vandalism to police last November only days after last year’s presidential election.
“It was immediately thought to be a hate crime because the small Episcopal Church is a progressive congregation that welcomes gays. The graffiti spray painted on the church walls read ‘Heil Trump’ and ‘Fag Church.’”
In the days following Donald Trump’s election, the mainstream media was rife with stories of an increase in hate crimes. Facebook was exploding with personal anecdotes from democrats claiming that their worlds had been turned upside down by hateful messages appearing everywhere in their lives. Some of these bogus stories were even accompanied by completely fabricated statistics that attempted to show that the world was just worse now that Trump was President.
Similar to Stang’s sticky situation, a great deal of these reports turned out to be nothing more than one-dimensional reverse propaganda conducted by the “victims” themselves.