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Woman who tried to burn down MLK’s birth home posted Trump card on Facebook the day before


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A Navy veteran who tried to burn down Martin Luther King Jr’s birth home on Thursday posted a Trump card on her Facebook page the day before.

Laneisha Shantrice Henderson, 26, was arrested outside the historic home at 501 Auburn Avenue in downtown Atlanta, Ga.

Two tourists from Utah stopped Henderson from torching the home after she splashed 5 gallons of gasoline onto the porch, windows and bushes around 5:45 p.m. on Thursday.

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On Wednesday, Henderson took to Facebook and posted a meme of a playing card featuring an image of former President Trump sitting on the American flag which is folded on top of a globe.

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In one hand Trump holds a sceptre and in the other hand he holds what appears to be a Faberge’ egg. Both objects are symbols of British royalty or aristocracy.

A Facebook user wrote in the comments: “So she’s a maga trying to burn down MLK’s home?”

But Henderson’s Facebook friends noted that she is a Biden/Harris supporter.

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The Trump card on Henderson’s page sparked conspiracy theories that she’s a government “agent”.

The conspiracy theory that has gained the most traction is Henderson planned to trigger riots across Atlanta by burning down MLK’s birth home. And her goal was to distract from Hunter Biden’s criminal charges for evading income taxes.

The Department of Justice on Thursday filed the new charges, accusing Hunter of failing to pay $1.4 million in taxes on millions of dollars he received from foreign governments.

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Hunter, 53, faces three felony tax evasion charges and a count of filing a false return, as well as six misdemeanor charges for failure to pay taxes between 2016 and 2019.

In response to the criminal charges, Hunter accused Republicans of “trying to kill me” in an effort to “destroy” his father’s presidency.

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Hunter made the claims in a podcast interview released on Friday.

Thursday’s charges come after a Sept. 14 indictment against Hunter for lying about his drug use on a federal form to purchase a firearm.

Hunter faces up to 17 years in federal prison if convicted.

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