When You Graffiti Your Own Church, YOU Have the Hate Problem

So it turns out the “Trump-inspired slurs” that the USA Today fretted about back in November were actually “anti-Trump-inspired slurs.” Desperate to rally the troops to “resist hate,” openly gay church organist Nathan Stang spray painted his own church building to implicate people who don’t embrace the homosexual agenda, and those who dared vote for Donald Trump.

The subject of this week’s 414 Project video is this: if you’re spray painting your own church building at 2:00 in the morning just to smear the character of people you disagree with, you are the one with the hate problem. (Transcript below the video):



According to news reports just after the election – and there were plenty of them – George “Nathan” Stang arrived at church early on Sunday morning. There, to his horror, were anti-gay, pro-Trump slurs spray-painted all over St. David’s Episcopal Church in Bean Blossom, Indiana.

Social media was soon drowning in the graffiti images of “Heil Trump,” “F** Church,” and a swastika, all painted along the side of the gray brick church building. Commentators and reporters of the Democrat/Media Complex, still reeling from an electoral defeat they didn’t see coming, were quick to pounce on this as an example of the tidal wave of homophobic, xenophobic hate that was now “Trump’s America.”

The same Democrat/Media Complex that doesn’t think it appropriate to speculate as to potential motives for terror attacks perpetrated by someone opening fire or driving a vehicle into pedestrians while shouting “Allahu Akbar” – they had no problem buying Nathan Stang’s heart-wrenching story of Trump-inspired hate speech. The openly gay church organist Stang was the perfect victim; a hero for driving their conservative bigotry narrative.

Oh hey, by the way, Nathan Stang was just arrested for criminal mischief after admitting he did it himself. Yep, spray painted his own church that morning.

In another false flag hoax, pro-LGBT, anti-Trump liberals resort to pretty despicable efforts to impugn the character and demean the moral integrity of anyone who disagrees with them.

Thrilled to play the role of martyr, the church minister Kelsey Hutto had originally boasted,

“We’re proud of being targeted for the reason that we were targeted for, which is being inclusive.”

Actually your own organist targeted you because he hates people who voted for Trump and wanted to smear them. And Kelsey, that’s not a reflection on conservative people. It’s a reflection on your organist and the moral lessons either not being taught or not being heeded in your church.

In fact, his sorry episode doesn’t give the impression that your church is inclusive to those who think differently at all – the exact opposite in fact.

Not everyone who disagrees with the left’s agenda on immigration or sexuality are Nazis. Attempting to defame them as such by creating hoax hate crimes doesn’t end up helping your cause or America’s cause.

It embarrasses and undermines it. Let’s do better.

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