Baptist Church Targeted As 'Hate Group' by SPLC Bombed in Los Angeles CountyChris Menahan
Jan. 24, 2021
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A Baptist Church in Los Angeles County that was smeared as a "hate group" and placed on the Southern Poverty Law Center's "hate map" was bombed with an improvised explosive device on Saturday, according to the FBI.
From The Christian Post, "FBI investigates explosion at California church labeled 'hate group' by SPLC":
The FBI is investigating after an explosive device was thrown at a southern California church on Saturday, weeks after it was threatened with an arson attack over its pastor's views and harsh rhetoric toward the LGBT community.The FBI should be looking at whether to label this a domestic terrorist attack, instead they won't even call it a hate crime.
We'll have to wait and see whether the FBI even bothers to get to the bottom of this crime. You can be damn sure FBI Director Chris Wray is not going to send out 15 agents like he did with noose hoaxer Bubba Wallace.
Pastor Bruce Mejia had earlier told police about a threat of arson the church received on social media.The SPLC labeled Mejia's Church a "hate group" in June 2019, The Christian Post reported.
Although there is no official word yet on the motive in Saturday’s bombing, this is not the first time that a Christian organization listed by the SPLC as a "hate group" has been attacked.The SPLC's "hate group" list was used by gunman Floyd Lee Corkins to target the Family Research Center for a mass shooting in 2012.
Leftist transgender activists on Twitter can be seen doxing Mejia before the attack and celebrating the bombing afterward.
Pastor Mejia addressed the attack in a sermon on Sunday titled, "The Blessings of Persecution," where he said he's never going to back down.
"They're not going to be able to stop the message of God," Mejia said.
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