— Jay Tea (@Josh_TheBoss2) January 23, 2021
Just three days in, and Joe Biden is marching us straight towards progress.
The FBI and local authorities are investigating the explosion of a homemade bomb at an El Monte church that had drawn protests due to its anti-LGBTQ teachings.
The attack took place early Saturday at First Works Baptist Church in the 2600 block of Tyler Avenue, authorities said. No injuries were reported but the building was damaged.
El Monte police arrived at the scene shortly after 1 a.m. and saw smoke coming out of the windows, Lt. Christopher Cano told reporters.
“It appeared that the walls to the church had been vandalized as well as all the windows,” Cano said. “[They] appeared at first to be smashed and then we had realized that the windows were not smashed, that they had actually blown out from some type of explosion.”
The church’s pastor, Bruce Mejia, filed a police report about two weeks ago after receiving an arson threat on social media, said El Monte Police Chief David Reynoso. It’s too soon to know whether the explosion was linked to the threat, Reynoso said.
The church had been the site of protests in recent weeks because its teachings promote bias against the LGBTQ community. An online petition asking El Monte’s mayor to remove the church from the city has gathered more than 14,900 signatures.
There’s no indication that the protests were related to the arson threat or subsequent attack, Reynoso said Saturday.
“I don’t even want to talk about the protests because it wouldn’t be fair in any way, shape or form to link the two together,” he said. “We cannot speculate that anyone involved in previous demonstrations is connected to or involved with this in any way.”
The group that organized the protests, Keep El Monte Friendly, issued a statement expressing “profound shock” and said a demonstration planned for Sunday outside the church would be canceled.
“We understand that what they preach can make people upset,” the group wrote in the statement released via social media. “However, we would never promote, encourage or condone any violence or acts of harm.
“Our intent is to unite the community and keep El Monte a safe place for all regardless of gender identity, race or sexual orientation.”
Yeah, okay. It is police procedure not to blame the homosexuals protesting and making bomb threats for the bombing.
However, they should be the first ones interviewed.
But they won’t be.
No one will be arrested for this.
We are now in a new era of church bombings.
That’s part of a program called “progress,” which otherwise relates to all of our children being brainwashed into homosexuality, and replacing our population with brown people.
It should be noted that the train, the car, the airplane and the rocket were all invented by heterosexual white men. This program of “progress” is not linked to technological progress, and it certainly isn’t linked to social progress in terms of making society safer or more cohesive.
This new form of progress is about targeting and punishing white men for being too successful, and making it so that they will be less successful in the future. This involves not only destroying white men physically, using race replacement, and targeting their females to prevent them from breeding, but also spiritually destroying them, through homosexuality and the destruction of their religion.