Who could have seen this coming?

Gary Nathaniel Moore

Gary Nathaniel Moore – must be a Trump supporter

“Hate crime” arsonist who burned mosque was a devout Muslim and member of that mosque.

According to a charging instrument released by the Harris County District Clerk, Moore told investigators at the scene that he has attended the storefront mosque for five years, coming five times per day to pray seven days per week.

As always in these cases, the mosque leaders deny all knowledge of the perpetrator (see, e.g., San Bernardino)

We’ve seen the mattress girl, the VA rape, nooses found on trees and many, many more of these incidents all exposed as hoaxes. In fact, as Glenn Reynold points out, “You know, the good news is that without fake hate crimes, we’d hardly have any hate crimes at all.”

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13 responses to “Who could have seen this coming?

  1. Mickster

    Quick question: How can Muslims work in regular jobs and leave to go to their mosques five times a day?

  2. Anonymous

    “Adios America ; the Left’s plan to turn America into a Third World Hell hole”– auth Ann Coulter– Greenwich Library 320.513 Coult

  3. If burning down a mosk is a hate crime, maybe a bacon garnish on the door handle could be a “feeling mildly antipathetic” crime?

    http://dailycaller.com/2015/12/30/cair-passes-off-mosque-bacon-prank-as-hate-crime/

  4. uminn65

    The narrative of the “victim” requires frequent replenishment, so if the general population does not oblige by saying hurtful things, the victim needs to provide the event himself (or herself, or zizself). The media falls for it each time, because, of course, it’s the story they’re dreaming of.

  5. Seb

    A black man KKK’s style? That is new. The trend nowadays is throwing pig heads. Arsehole.

  6. Walt

    Dude –

    I am sorry to learn you are a hypocrite. It hurts my heart. I thought you valued free speech. I really did. Even when you didn’t agree with it. I guess I was wrong. Censorship always leads to the worst possible answer. Read your history.

    And Happy New Year.

    Your Pal,
    Walt