Radical leftists and LGBTQ supporters bombed a church in El Monte, California over the weekend after threatening them last month over their “extremist” views on gay people. Someone threw an IED (Improvised Explosive Device) into the church on Saturday which blew out windows.
Last month, the church’s pastor, Bruce Mejia, filed a police report after receiving arson threats from a leftist group — ironically named Keep El Monte Friendly — which claimed that the Fundamental Baptist Church preached “hateful rhetoric” toward gay people.
At the time of this writing, the terrorist group has a petition on change.org with nearly 16,000 signatures calling on the mayor of the community to “shut down” the church. “Mejia twists God’s word and actively discriminates against the LGBTQIA+ community,” the petition by the left-wing terrorist group reads. “We are asking Mayor Jessica Ancona of El Monte to recognize FWBC as a hate group and take them out of our city.”
“As someone who grew up in El Monte and is a proud member of the LGBTQ+ community, I am saddened to see that we are allowing this type of bigotry to freely exist in our neighborhood. We need to let Bruce Mejia and his following know that they are not welcomed. The city of El Monte and its constituents do not condone this “church” and want their members to know that they cannot congregate here.”
The petition additionally complains about the church’s lack of adherence to COVID-19 guidelines.
Joe Biden and his comrade, Kamala Harris have championed themselves as pro-LGBTQ and anti-“bigotry” and have run on the platform that “extreme” “right-wing” views will not be tolerated. Biden’s presidency, along with his cabinet appointments, have led many to embrace far-left divisive tactics against conservatives. Leftists, supported by the media, have been calling for “re-education” for conservatives and for the “de-programming” of conservative views. There is no doubt that these types of attacks on conservatives are empowered by the far-left radicals in political office.