US Air Force Airmen Vandalize Church with Satanist Graffiti

Four Airmen from Shaw Air Force Base near Sumter, SC, have been accused of spraying satanist graffiti on a historic local church:

Shaw Air Force Base confirmed Friday that the four accused are airmen.

“The United States Air Force does not condone acts of vandalism,” said 1st Lt. Alannah Staver, spokeswoman for the 20th Fighter Wing.

They have been charged with multiple crimes, including the felony “Malicious Injury to a House of Worship,” after the Salem Black River Presbyterian Church in Sumter was vandalized.

The four alleged vandals appear to represent the “diversity” of the Air Force — save for their age and, depending on your perspective, their tolerance for diversity:

  • Kayla Eilerman, 18, of Ingleside, Texas
  • Clayre Savage, 18, of Port Barre, La.
  • Daveion Green, 19, of Leeland, N.C.
  • Brandon Munoz, 20, of Baltimore, Maryland

Also at the Stars and Stripes.

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One comment

  • Anonymous Imperial Patriot

    Why am I not surprised…

    And idiots still think overprivileged LGBTs have it soooo bad because normal people won’t use fictitious “gender-neutral” pronouns.

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