Keveon Gomera, a 26 year old African-American man was charged with assault and vandalism after he was caught spray painting gravestones of Dominican friars with swastikas and assaulting a security guard at the Catholic Church-run Providence College.
Friars Brian J. Shanley and Kenneth Sicard were at the scene and issued a statement on the matter.
“Officers approached the individual to question what he was doing and to confirm the vandalism when they noticed the suspect had painted swastikas and anti-Catholic language on the cemetery’s central cross and on several of the headstones, and was actively burning American flags that stood at some of the gravesites,” the friars said in a joint statement.
According to a witness, Gomera was observed carrying a bucket of paint, threatening to burn the American flag, and accusing Providence College of “being part of the slave plantations”.
The incident demonstrates the growing violence by Black Lives Matter, as well as the tendency of the left to employ false flag incidents to implicate right-wing activists.
In 2017, a left-wing Jewish man in New York was arrested after vandalizing his own home with swastikas and then falsely reporting it to police as a “hate crime”.
In 2016, an African-American member of a black church congregation in Mississippi was revealed to have burned down the church and spray painted “Vote Trump” on the side of the building, in an attempt to influence the outcome of the election.
The Inquisitr reported previously that Senator Marco Rubio had inaccurately claimed that the “far-right” was behind the ongoing nationwide riots:
In his video, Rubio argued that while there were some people in Minneapolis, Minnesota, and other parts of the country who were protesting out of respect for George Floyd, there were others who simply wanted to create chaos. He claimed the people who were only interested in rioting were from both the far-left and far-right fringes and this claim angered many social media users on the conservative side of the social media spectrum.
Fox News contributor Lisa Boothe was among the first to find an issue with Rubio’s comments. She first asked him in a reply to his video which right-wing groups he was referring to. She added she found his comments “cowardly.” Rubio quote tweeted her question and responded that he felt it would be cowardly to only call out left-wing groups like Antifa and ignore what others were doing.