The property at 7413 W. Florissant Avenue, Saint Louis, MO 63136 doesn't look like much; or, it didn't look like much.
Built in 1946, this 2,670 square foot building was - only recently- the home of Flood Christian Church.
"Birthed" on Easter Sunday 2013, the Flood Christian Church is led by Pastor Carlton Lee and Lady Chanel Lee.
He told the Washington Post he poured his life-savings into buying the property for $160,000, but RealtyTrac shows the property was purchased in June of this year for $37,500 (with the average purchase property near 7413 W. Florissant Avenue $42,147).
Regardless of the actual cost Pastor Lee paid for the property, the building burned on November 24.
You remember November 24? After months and months of black leaders - like the good Reverend Lee, who constantly was filmed or quoted by St. Louis media calling for "justice" - rallying the black community into a frenzy over the perceived execution of Michael Brown by Officer Darren Wilson, the Negro Kristallnacht commenced.
One of the buildings burned on November 24 was 7413 W. Florissant Avenue.
The home of Flood Christian Church, which has been called the church Michael Brown, Sr. "attended."
Though this designation is largely one of necessity...
Fittingly, a mainstream media always on the ready to paint the Christianity of whites as a foolish, antiquated, intolerant faith has no problem publishing eloquent accounts about the Brown family church that was engulfed in flames on Nov. 24 (a night of rioting/looting/and arson the media and black leaders are entirely responsible for unleashing).
As we all know, Reverend Lee immediately absolved members of his flock or his black brethren in Ferguson for the guilt in his "church" burning. He pointed the finger of blame at 'white supremacists'. [Ferguson church burning is white supremacist revenge attack, says pastor, Christian Today, 11-26-14]:
White supremacists have destroyed the church attended by the father of slain Ferguson teenager Michael Brown, according to its pastor.
The Flood Christian Church was burned to the ground on Monday. Its pastor Rev Carlton Lee told NBC news he did not believe that the destruction was part of the wider destruction after the grand jury's clearance of police officer Darren Wilson, who shot Brown. He said the church was targeted by people angry because of his support for the Brown family and his repeated calls for Wilson to be arrested after the shooting.
"The police called me and told me the church was on fire," Lee said. "I was in complete disbelief. I didn't think anyone would set a church on fire.
"I feel like one of my children has died. I put my blood, my sweat, my tears into this church, getting this church built from the ground up. To see that it was taken down in a few minutes is really heartbreaking."
He had baptised Michael Brown Senior, his wife Cal and their children only the day before. Lee told ABC news: "Sunday, we do the baptism, Monday, the church is on fire. It just doesn't add up." Brown was "devastated again" by the news of the fire, he said.Those aren't flames you're smelling; it's the putrid stench of 100% bull $hi&.
How can you anyone call the Flood Christian Church the "Brown family church" when he the father of the deceased Brown, Jr. was only baptized the day before the church burned?
The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives is investigating the fire, with $10,000 reward offered to anyone who will dare "snitch" out their fellow black person for starting the fire.
Sorry, it's a "white supremacist" that really started the fire...
With Pastor Lee playing the "white people burned my church down" card, admiring Social Justice Warrior's (SJW) in the media have helped ensure The Flood's GoFundMe page is overflowing with cash -- $88,000+ and counting.
As long as white liberals think it's 1963 Birmingham Somewhere or Mississippi is still burning, their checkbooks will be busy (and $88,000 from a GoFundMe page is a much better haul than the usual amount of offerings the 75 or so black people who attend the church on Sunday tithe the church...).
What's interesting is the church is located three miles away from the business district in Ferguson where the Negro Kristallnacht happened on November 24, the intensity of the protests/looting/rioting/and arson by blacks a testament to Pastor Lee's passionate belief in the injustice of the justice system (which he preached about and mugged for the cameras - while offering spiritual guidance to the Brown family - constantly since August 9).
Let's be completely honest about 'who' set fire to the property at 7413 W. Florissant Avenue: it wasn't white supremacists as Pastor Lee would have you believe, but in all likelihood a member of the Flood Christian Church.