Had a spate of white church burned, no such investigation would have occurred we suppose.
The media promptly reminded us of Dylann Roof, the loon who gunned down nine black people at a church in South Carolina.
There is no connection beyond the delusional thinking of the predatory left.
• It seems the media thrives on racial strife as they rambled on about the outcry against racial intolerance and a jab at the Confederate flag.
Note that "racial strife" -- when posed by the media -- nearly always implicates white people as racists while dismissing the epidemic of black-on-white violence.
Nary a word was spoken suggesting the arsons may have been to scam insurance companies.
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In recent days, there have been four fires at churches across four states — Tennessee, South Carolina, North Carolina and Georgia. Three of the four have been ruled arsons by investigators; a cause for the fourth, at Grover Grove Baptist in Warrenville, S.C., had not been determined by investigators on Friday.
“They’re being investigated to determine who is responsible and what motives are behind them,” said FBI spokesperson Paul Bresson. “I’m not sure there is any reason to link them together at this point.”
The cause of a fifth fire, at College Heights Baptist Church in Elyria, Ohio, was still being investigated Sunday.
The fires come just days after Dylann Roof allegedly went on a racially-motivated killing spree at a black church in Charleston, S.C. The shooting left nine dead and sparked a nationwide outcry against racial intolerance, and even a nationwide debate about the symbolism of the Confederate flag. The alleged shooter was seen in multiple photos posing with the flag.
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