September 29, 2020

Arsonist confesses to setting fire to Nantes Cathedral

In the wake of widespread church burnings across the US, we just witnessed another of the most precious treasures of our history being wantonly vandalized by an arsonist.

This time, we know who it was.

Reuters reports:

A Rwandan refugee who volunteered as a warden at France’s 15th-century Nantes cathedral has confessed to setting the blaze that gutted its interior a week ago, his lawyer said on Sunday.

The suspect, whose name has not been made public, was taken into custody on Saturday following his confession. He had been arrested and released earlier in the investigation.

While we don’t know the motive, this latest attack, coupled with the string of arsons associated with protests in the US, make it imperative that we stay on high alert.

We all watched in horror as the iconic Cathedral of Notre Dame burned in 2019. Now we have major left-wing figures calling for statues of Jesus to be torn down.

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12 Responses

    1. What do you mean they released him. Who is running this country, the nut ward? Throw him in jail until you can send him back where he came from!.

  1. What I would like to see happen the domestic violence terrorists is poured honey on them and stake them out over fire ants let the the ants have fun.

  2. The Guillotine, this is in FRANCE, chop off his head and send him back to Rwanda in a 2 piece body bag. The dirty mutha fooocker, find out who put him up to it , and paid him. And give them the blade also.

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