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credit: theweek.co.uk

credit: theweek.co.uk

Denver’s CBA affiliate has an interesting story that seems to derail the narrative a bit. The headline pretty much says it all:

Black Suspect Arrested After Racist Message Discovered Outside Predominately Black Church

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.

The article notes the congregation was upset, and the pastor, upon learning the identity of the racist culprit, was surprised. He shouldn’t have been. When the federal government and national media are completely invested in a politically correct, social justice narrative, some helpful souls like Broughton will do their part to ensure that everyone believes in the narrative, because it’s happening in their own community. Well, it’s not really happening there, but it should be, so public-spirited folks like Broughton help things along just a bit.

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

Really? I suspect that you, gentle readers, can speculate with a high degree of accuracy on “why he targeted the church.”