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Mississippi Man Who Reported Racist Pro-Trump Graffiti on Vehicles Arrested for Insurance Fraud

(Gateway Pundit) A black couple in Mississippi woke up on a Tuesday morning in early February and found vandals had spray-painted racist and pro-Trump graffiti on their two vehicles.

Local WREG reported on the racist attack:

Southaven Police confirmed they are investigating the reported vandalism on Marcia Louise Drive, and the FBI is also looking into the matter.

The couple’s pickup truck has two N****** spray-painted on it. A car was painted with the phrase ‘Leave N******’ and ‘Trump.’

“This had to be unnerving for a quiet family to come out to their cars and see what they saw there,” neighbor Pastor Vincent McCaskil said.

“It’s time for us as believers to truly speak up and speak out against it,” he said. “We cannot remain silent against this.”

But on Friday police arrested Trumaine Foster for insurance fraud. It was another hate hoax.

WREG reported:

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