Think Progress wrote an article Tuesday entitled, “A Colorado NAACP Office Was Bombed Today” referencing a bombing of an NAACP office in Colorado. The image appended to the article (screenshot below) and posted on tweet (above) is not the NAACP office in Colorado. In fact, the photograph has absolutely nothing to do with the Colorado bombing.
The image submitted by ThinkProgress is actually an archived photograph from the infamous 1963 bombing of the 16th Street Baptist Church in Birmingham, Alabama during which four little Black girls preparing for Sunday service in the church at the time of the detonation were killed.
The rationale for appending a fifty-year-old image, archived in the Birmingham Public Library to the above article is to keep the fires of rage burning in an effort to create chaos while further inflaming today’s idiot masses.
Desperate people are capable of committing despicable acts in pursuit of their ideological goals.
Indeed an ied device allegedly exploded near the wall of the NAACP building and another placed between the NAACP and barbershop set to detonate failed.
Below is the “actual image” of the NAACP building in Colorado and the story behind the alleged bombing.
Officials in Colorado have confirmed that an explosion outside a Colorado NAACP office Tuesday morning was deliberate — an action that mirrors the terroristic bombings of the Jim Crow era to discourage, harm, and instill fear in black communities.
The “improvised explosive device” was detonated against the exterior wall of the building which houses the headquarters of the Colorado Springs, Colorado NAACP, according to a statement by the FBI. A gasoline can was also placed by the bomb, but did not ignite as a result of the explosion….
The extent to which Communist ideologues will go is mind boggling yet not surprising which leads me to wonder if one of their own were truly behind the bombing of the NAACP office in Colorado. Far-fetched? Definitely not. Stay focused America, stay focused.